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  • #41
    Awww! If you don't mind PTing me with your e-mail address, I will pass it on to his adopter. I'm sure she'd love to hear about Brodie's mom and his foalhood.

    Here's another pic of him, relaxing on the farm just after he left the track:

    http://www.canterusa.org/newengland/.../BrocatNew.jpg

    All the CANTER volunteers figured he must have been very well-handled in his early years. He had really great manners, and was extremely sociable and people-oriented. Apparently, he still is - after having some time off to relax and grow (unlike his mama, he is definitely NOT a petite little thing, and sprouted up to well over 16 hands), he's just started his under-saddle training and his adopter said he is "an angel" to ride.

    Originally posted by K~2 View Post
    And this is why I love a thread like this! That's great to hear that he's found a loving home. I was there when he was born. His mother was one of the daintiest, most petite mares in the barn.

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    • #42
      recently adopted. . .

      All adopted b/w '2000-2006:

      Addicks '99 chestnut gelding (retired 2006)
      Big Hunter '01 chestnut filly (retired 2004)
      Inaugural Warrior '00 dk. bay gelding (retired 2004)
      Saucy Champ '95 dk. bay gelding (retired 2000?)

      Anyone?? We love them all--all awesome athletes and obviously loved

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      • #43
        Here are some that are at the top of my head that I either galloped or groomed back in the 80's but what the hay, someone might remember them

        Osseo
        Touch of Mist
        Domalero
        Iggy Jig
        Volk
        Sunny Bayou
        Lovely Nurse (Gander's Mama)
        Slaughterhouse
        Rendina
        Believe I'm Crafty
        Arabianco
        Yaang Plugged
        ?Wisdom?
        Capital Offense
        Prarie Time
        Happy Fleet
        Speedy Cheese
        Racetrack Romeo
        Diddle Dee

        looking for-
        Tropical Heatwave (not the one that was adopted from CANTER/NE a couple of years ago, the one I'm looking for is a teenager
        Arifi
        Cyclone Point
        Sharpened Luck
        Spirit's Miss


        I know where they are,but does anyone know them
        Freda Z
        Docaroundtheclock
        Speedy Mark
        Mal Irish
        Bumpus Road
        Bold Jumper
        Twice Slewed

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        • #44
          SPRITE

          Sober Jig--could that be Sober Jig Too-swaybacked grey mare?

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          • #45
            Spooked-

            I don't know, lol. The Sober Jig I knew WAS a grey mare, and she'd be 30 this year so I wouldn't be surprised if she was swaybacked. I knew her about 15 years ago, she was a sweetie then. She was at Delehanty Stock FArm in upstate NY.

            She was by Jig Time out of Sober Flame, and is the dam of the unfortunately named 2000 filly Autistic Girl.

            I wish I had a picture of her, then we could compare!
            ****Indecision may or may not be my problem****

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            • #46
              sprite

              No, you'd remember the sway back, I galloped her back in 1987 and she definately was swaybacked then. One of the worst I've seen. She was sweet, although she was not one of my favorites as she made me infamous-I believe my record for getting run off the longest distance still holds!! Bad me for being out late the night before but the outrider was clueless!!!! Although she did finally break her maiden next time out!!! I believe she was a 3 year old then.

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              • #47
                I have three CA OTTBs
                Emperical Hope (1989 dark brown gelding Empire Glory x Princess Tulle)
                At Dawn (2000 bay gelding Robannier x Halo At Dawn) he won quite a bit in SoCal
                Krismenow (2001 chestnut mare Dance Floor x Crystals of Ice) She is a full sister to Somethinaboutlaura who sold for $375,000 and is doing really well on the track.
                Kelli
                Horse Drawings!

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                • #48
                  Rescued out of the kill pen:
                  Luna Joe, 1998 gelding
                  Breeder: JoAnne Patton Family Trust (CA)
                  2005, when last raced: Claimed by William R. Cory for William R. Cory
                  Owner: Angela Maria Aquino
                  Trainer: Angela M. Aquino

                  John The Artist, 1996 gelding by Stop the Music http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i1...pete/Feb-4.jpg
                  Breeder: Dr. R. Bockel & Dr. T. Driscoll (IL)
                  2002, when last raced: Owner: Okawaki, William and Linda
                  Trainer: William N. Okawaki

                  This mare, unreadable tattoo, approx 15 years old. Bay with big irreguylar blaze, white sock and white ankle behind. Big, sturdy, kind mare.
                  http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i1...rystal021a.jpg
                  http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i1...Crystal008.jpg
                  http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i1...Crystal002.jpg

                  Lame on LH stifle and semi-fused RF ankle. Came through an auction, maybe from Minn (but could have come from almost anywhere).
                  This mare was well broke to ride and a gem to be around. She's gone to a wonderful retirement home.

                  Desert Spark- 2001 Chestnut gelding, from AZ

                  ----------------------------------------------------------

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                  • #49
                    Oh yeah:

                    Gofin Around, big chestnut gelding, maybe a 9 yr old now?

                    I knew a lot of babies o/o Friendly Lover. I can't remember many names right now.

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                    • #50
                      I forgot a couple...
                      Rotsaluck was a really good sprinter in California and wound up running for $2500 in AZ. I bought him privately before he was going you-know-where.
                      Two the Twist was an awesome New York-bred. I got him for the girl who used to gallop him. Unfortunately he died not long after that (he was in his mid-teens when his race trainer decided to finally retire him) but at least he had a wonderful home with a person who adored him.

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                      • #51
                        horses...

                        Originally posted by jenarby View Post
                        These are some that I knew years ago (at Laurel Park) and wonder about:

                        Fortunate Outlook
                        Auto Train
                        One Tuff Oop
                        Mt. Airy Night
                        Bold and Gorgeous

                        One I rode as a kid:

                        Greek Drama

                        And a few that were claimed off of my family:

                        Stode's Baba
                        Chief Rainbow
                        My Girl Quigly

                        I currently have(riding horses):

                        Lord Hansel
                        Formal Raise
                        I galloped One Tuff Oop and Bold and Gorgeous!!! One Tuff Oop stood at stud at Summer Wind Farm and is now in Virginia, I cant remember the farm name off hand, if you google his name you might find him! Bold and Gorgeous went on to be a broodmare in Kentucky. I havent seen her in the past two years, but was trying to keep track of her for awhile... Who are you? Have a feeling we know each other

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                        • #52
                          i too have several off the track guys.


                          gallant laddie- ran until he was 7.
                          bea slick- never raced, just trained.
                          won to win- from north hampton 2 yrs. ago
                          zig a little- also from north hampton
                          don guys thunder- never ran, bought him unbroke.
                          daring lady- my broodmare- never raced-foundered as a 2 yr.old.

                          some i have sold

                          spirit lives
                          short stop- steeple- chase
                          there are so many more, but my brain is oh so tried.
                          www.camaloufarms.com

                          ride it like you stole it! "ralph hill"

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                          • #53
                            These are a few I knew mostly from NJ in mid-90's :

                            Landing Mate
                            Signa (Cigna?)
                            Lotsa Pasta
                            Jessica's Two Step
                            Camelot North

                            Speedratic -raced in Cali in late 80's (deceased)
                            ]

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                              #54
                              Originally posted by haligator View Post
                              Hiya,
                              Well, this is a sorta-kinda response - are Smoke Him Joe and Joe Also both by Cool Joe? I knew Cool Joe (nice Mid-Atlantic horse, sired a Grade I winner - El Huevos?).

                              Is Flying Max by Flying Pidgeon? Flying Pidgeon is doing well at Old Friends and is in the Calder Hall of Fame. I have one of his halters

                              Hallie McEvoy
                              Racing Dreams, LLC
                              Flying Max is by Jade Hunter

                              Joe Also is by Le Maestro

                              Smoke Him Joe is by Fighting Fit

                              The Equine Wellness and Nutrition FB Group - Come join us!!
                              https://www.facebook.com/groups/equinewellness/

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                              • #55
                                I narrowed my list down to some of my favorites that I have lost track of. I would love to know where they are if anyone knows of them

                                April Surprise - dk bay gelding
                                Bubwiser - dk bay 2001 filly (Beefchopper x Ria Slam)
                                Conner - 1999 grey mare (Pleasant Expense x Illusions of Blue)
                                Clancy's Comet - grey gelding
                                Del Mar Darling - bay mare (? x Fast Sis)
                                Enuf Dancin - bay gelding (Supremo x ?)
                                Hold the Gold - bay mare (Ore Grade x ?)
                                Kid Maverick - 2000 bay gelding (Crowning Season x Hope Swells)
                                Lyps and Spots - chestnut gelding (Prince Stanley x Funny Spots)
                                Lucy's Delight - dk bay mare
                                Money Plays - bay mare (Mr. Easy Money x Healthnwealth)
                                Ms Easy Money - dk bay mare (Mr. Easy Money x ?)
                                Manila Royal - chestnut mare with no tail
                                Our Game Plan - bay mare (Game Plan x ?)
                                One More No More - bay gelding (Game Plan x Vying for Money)
                                Powder Charge - bay mare (? x Dawvee)
                                Pleasant Expense - bay horse (Pleasant Colony x Costly Shoes)
                                Prevasive Force - dk bay gelding (Banner Bob x ?)
                                Royaltys Rascal - bay gelding (Key to the Mint x ?)
                                Stehekin Chill - bay gelding
                                Sea of Kisses - grey mare (Cisco Road x Kaleigh Jo)
                                Very Victoria - bay gelding.

                                I TRIED to narrow the list down. There are so many more that touched my heart and my life.

                                These are the TB's that I own:

                                Crystal Quack - 1984 dk bay mare
                                Folly's Syn - Chestnut Mare
                                Carrie Ann - Chestnut Mare
                                Vying for Money - dk bay mare
                                Wnrwnrchckndnr - 2001 grey mare
                                Bacpac - 2004 bay mare

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                                • #56
                                  Here are ones I have adopted, fostered, or friends of mine have maybe you guys know one or two of them.

                                  Diamond Diplomat
                                  Offield
                                  Aunt Marguerite
                                  Tex Notch
                                  Find the Treasure
                                  Regal Command
                                  Favorite Guy

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                                  • #57
                                    OMG someone has Luna Joe? Love that little horse!!!

                                    I'll just mention the ones I have currently....

                                    Patrick's Slew
                                    Fu Man Slew
                                    Puff of Smoke

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                                    • #58
                                      A list of favorites ride, both past and present, in no particular order:

                                      Southern Highmark
                                      MacStylish
                                      Delta Style
                                      Devilish Approach
                                      Magnetic Image

                                      Beasts that I own right now:
                                      Incredible Tale
                                      Key Bar Zagor
                                      Border Reiver
                                      "Gallop as if you were to die tomorrow, jump as if you were to live forever."

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                                      • #59
                                        Originally posted by Tux61096 View Post


                                        Bravaro
                                        Was this a big grey gelding? When I was at Laurel many moons afgo we had a gelding who's name was something like this.....My memory isn't helping right now but this horse's name is so familiar...
                                        RIP Spider Murphy 4/20/02 - 10/31/10

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                                        • #60
                                          Anybody remember these guys?

                                          Alnaab Country Bouquet<- have his/her halter ???
                                          Metal Slew
                                          Colormesunny light bay
                                          Belle of the Glen
                                          Belle's Best Bet
                                          San Anita
                                          San Anita's Secret
                                          Sowho'syournextex?
                                          ahh I can't remember everyone. :/
                                          Last edited by Equine Obsession; May. 13, 2007, 07:14 PM. Reason: Forgot one.

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