Runaway Bull 2013

He was claimed away from us as a three year old and had multiple trainers.  The last one at Penn National called in August of 2020 to say he had a saucer fracture which was taking a long while to heal and he couldn’t run again.  As they had seen from his papers that any horse who is in need of help or a home, to call us, thankfully they did!    He had been well cared for and the trainers step mother said she was in tears when he left!  He was given plenty of time here at Fair Hill to recover.  A saucer fracture is unusual but once it’s healed it’s good to go.  Katie Walsh has him at her farm in Massachusetts and he will decide what he wants to do in his second career.  So far Katie said he’s been full of it so she’d been doing plenty of walking and jogging in the indoor.   She can’t wait to get him to the beach!

Runaway Bull 2013

Career Racing Summary
Starts  Firsts  Seconds  Thirds  Earnings
63       6           8            10       $127,620

Enjoying the snow!

…..and the beach!

Update March 2021

I have entered the thoroughbred makeover with him and just love his wonderful work ethic! Bull is a overachiever but is so fun to ride! He has really taken to jumping! I can’t wait till spring so I can get him out on the trails and to little shows!

More updates from May 2021-coming along nicely!

July 2021

September, 2021

October 2021

He competed in the Retired Racehorse Program and did really well!

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