Alakazan recently retired at Santa Anita and was immediately taken over by Milton  “Cowboy” Pineda who is delighted with his new aquisition.  The photo below was taken two weeks into his new job of becoming a racetrack pony and he’s doing everything right so far!  Update.  He’s one of the best ponies out there! He

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Colleen Chambers is now the proud owner of sweet Awixa.  We lost track of him for a while when he left here but a chance meeting brought him back. 

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Baron Slew is not a very big horse, but we loved him for the way he tried in his races. He eventually got claimed and we followed his progress from Kentucky to South Dakota to Nebraska and back to South Dakota.

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Ballast was retired at the age of ten years old and now lives on the Eastern shore with Trish Bosley Bangier and is wonderfully happy going on trail rides in the woods and by the water. Now he’s progressed to small hunter shows and doing very well.

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Beatnik went to a love home in Salisbury, Maryland with Mila Tolley.

Beatnik “Nik” is currently enjoying his down time from the racetrack and is looking forward to a career as an all-around horse since he has the personality to physically build to do a little bit of everything.

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Belvoir is now named Kolohe which means rascal in Hawaiian, which it appears he is!

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He is of course retired here at Herringswell Stables and keeps the other old warrior Gala Spinaway company.

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Bondsy, as we affectionately called him is now living with Priscilla Hoblitzell. He has recently had an injury which may prevent him from showing again but she is taking great care of him.

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Brenda Leigh is still owned by her racing owner Jack Swain as he wanted to keep in touch and take an interest in her ‘next’ career.

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Chief Running Bear is now owned by Whitney Morris and you can see lots of photos and updates she posts on her Facebook page.

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Chilito was Graham’s first runner in the Kentucky Derby and his story is below…..he now has a wonderful home with Mary McGlouhlin Pensioners On Parade – Chilito Chilito 1995 Career Racing Summary: Starts   Firsts   Seconds   Thirds   Earnings 17           4              1              2        $210,030

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Although he never ran as he was injured the owner found him a lovely home with Melanie Helms who is making him into a rather nice eventer!  Below is a link to his first drop fence and as you can see he is now nicknamed Colin. Colin’s First Drop Constitutional 2013 Career Racing Summary: Starts  

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This cute gelding was always a favorite here at Herringswell with his cheeky ways and adorable looks! Bred by his owner, High Five Racing Stable, he ran very well for several seasons and was stakes-placed. He was sidelined by an injury, and upon his return to the races it was quickly evident that he wasn’t the

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A beautiful big son of Dynaformer, Crossing Shot didn’t make it to the races but he ended up in a lovely home in southern Maryland where he is being ridden but owner Kerri Uzmed’s daughter. Crossing Shot 2011 Career Racing Summary: Starts  Firsts  Seconds  Thirds  Earnings 0          0             0             0           $0

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‘Doby’ as he is now affectionately called is eventing with Hillary Irwin, the granddaughter of Toby’s Corner’s owners Dianne and Julian Cotter.

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Lisa Munyan went to the owners farm to get Easy To Say No and said “a groom was driving a 4-wheeler across the fields whilst leading a horse.

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Everyone refers to Gala Spinaway as Better Talk Now’s buddy but as you can see he was a decent racehorse himself!

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What can we say about Logan!  For as long as we knew him he was always quirky and he was with us from 2011 to earlier this year!   He was one of those horses who you either had a soft spot for or really didn’t want to be around!  He RNA’d in the 2010 yearling

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Glenard came to the States at the beginning of his five year old year.  Sadly he only managed six races before injury put him on the sidelines but those five races included a Stakes and Allowance win and a Graded Stakes second, so not too shabby! His new home is with Graham’s Brother Andrew and

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Emily Siegrist works for a three-day event rider and as part of her salary she’s allowed to take one horse at a time and put it through it’s paces to see what element she thinks it will best work in. She then finds the perfect home for them.

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Gwent is a homebred, bred by Graham and Anita, who had a bit of talent but wasn’t able to fulfill it due to niggling problems.  It was eventually decided to retire her and now she is owned by Shana Altschuler who absolutely adores her.  She’s taught her to jump which apparently comes very naturally to

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This is not a great photo but this is Huacut in his new life as a trail riding horse in Maine (hence the windswept weather).

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Independent George was always that! He’s still a little quirky according to his new owner Kari Thorson from North Dakota.

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Sherry Fenwick retired Jade’s Revenge to her farm in Maryland. She absolutely loves him (of course). To follow is her bio on him:

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Kilbeggan is owned by Hillary Irwin who also has Danehill Sunset. He was bred and owned by her grandmother Dianne Cotter and is related to Wood Memorial Toby’s Corner.

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Lord Snooty is now a show horse in Virginia.

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Manighar was bred by the Aga Khan and ran in France, England, Australia, finishing up his career in the US.

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We recently heard from Ciara Henson and her mother Linn who have Must Be Thunder.  He broke a sesamoid in training as a two year old and although he was given a year off to recover it became apparent he wasn’t going to be able to race.  Ciara is doing Training Level Dressage with him

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Nutello came to us after finishing 3rd in the French Derby and when his form in France started tailing off. It was soon apparent that he wanted to retire and start a new career so Hillary Irwin very kindly gave him a home and has given him plenty of time.

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Old Master Expert is with Charlie and Sherry Fenwick. His nickname is ‘Art’ which is perfect.

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Quaint ran a total of one time!!  He had some hind end issues after the race which took a while to resolve so the owners decided to turn him out for six months and find him a home.  As the issues had not been ‘diagnosed’ people were a little put off so we called Dale

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Red Dust has been renamed Beignet and he is Ballast’s room mate in St. Michaels, Maryland. Trish Bosley Brangier now owns him and apart from hunting he gives lessons and goes on long trail rides.

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Rockabella Song was actually bought from us and the trainer who bought her found her a good home when she retired.

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Royal Guard was one of my (Sue’s) most favourite horses ever. He is owned by Alex Regula and she wrote this sweet bio on him.

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Salinja was adopted into a new home via New Vocations.

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Sampo is now owned by Heather Jenkins and she says “I have thoroughly enjoyed training Sampo for a new career in Hunter/Jumpers. He greets me in the paddock with his ears forward knowing it is time to “Go to Work”.

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A very special horse who was born in Germany, he ran well but was found to bleed.  He relished racing in America and ended up being a Graded Stakes winner, including winning the Grade I Hollywood Turf Cup.  He was bought to race in Australia and ended up with a lovely lady who sadly lost

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Satu Mare has a lovely home on a farm in Virginia and gets ridden around the farm regularly.

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Never the fastest horse on a racecourse it was thought best to retire after just two races! Just shows though, slow racehorse, terrific eventer.

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Senor Dehere originated from Australia and was always noticeable because of the tattoo on his shoulder.  He was retired by his owner Shane Finemore to do ‘whatever he felt like doing’.  It seems he likes jumping by the looks of the photo.  The photo below is just his second event and he is being ridden

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A few people bandied together towards the end of last year to get 9 year old Sumo off the track.  It was time.  He ran his last race in September 2015 finishing last for $7,500.   He spent a few weeks at Fair Hill to decompress after having been on the track for so many years

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Thankyoupapaluke was a big two year old who probably wasn’t going to be a racehorse so he went to Pat Dale in Conowingo who retrained him. He is now a fox hunter.

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Thought and Memory was a horse who came to us from Ireland. When he was ready for retirement Emily Siegrist fell in love with him.

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As you can see, a very laid back horse rather like his brother Jade’s Revenge. He is also owned by Charlie and Sherry Fenwick.

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Trouble Free was another horse who Emily Siegrist had from us. The below is a video of him going through his paces and I noticed on the right side where there are other video’s is one of Boyd Martin on him. Boyd is an international eventer who won the Fair Hill International.

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Although he never ran he is by Cape Blanco out of Stakes winning mare Surf Light.  As you can see below he is now trained by Jennifer Shattuck who is getting him ready for the 217 Makeover before going to his forever home with Michelle. We’ll get updates to see his progress before and after

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Under Control was born in Brazil in 2008.  He came to us as a three year old, starting his career on the dirt for his first race and then switching to grass for his second, which he won.  Thereafter he was always a turf horse and became a Stakes winner and Stakes placed.  As he

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As you can see, Will’s Vandy didn’t make a good racehorse but he makes a TERRIFIC dressage horse!

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