Poppy (now called Poppita) just didn’t grow from being a 2yr old. She is a confident, quick learner, nothing fazed her ride and we thought she would be ideal for polo. Poppita has been given an amazing forever home with Ed Alexander Morris. Ed is a very accomplished young polo player having played for GB Junior team. He was looking for a TB for extra speed. Poppita has come along way in a short space of time (they’ve only been together since end of August 2018) She has been playing chukka’s (practice matches) and Ed has been extremely pleased with her. He is hoping to play her in matches soon and we can’t wait to go and watch them play. We wish you both lots of luck.
Hooley has been given a fantastic forever home with Ashlie Hubbard. Hooley is a fantastic jumper and we wanted her to go to someone who would further develop her natural skill. Together they’ve been doing lots of show jumping and cross country. Ashlie has now registered them to go BE and is excited to start the eventing ladder this summer. They done their first ODE competition last month and got on extremely well. A great partnership and we wish you both lots of luck for the future.
Chunk (stable name) was always the kindest, sweetest horse. Unfortunately he was a bleeder so was retired from racing. We are really happy that he has been given a lovely forever home with Emily-Jane. He has settled in really well and even has Emily-Jane’s partner devoted to him as well!! (Smart move Chunk) Together they plan to go showjumping, dressage and cross country. A busy summer planned out already. We wish you both lots of luck.
Copa has got a fantastic forever home with Julie Swift. Julie already has a few TB’s so is experienced and has given him time to mature. He’s had time out in the paddock with her other horses and has been enjoying his break. He has just come into work and I’m sure he will enjoy his new vocation. We wish you both lots of luck.
We believe that every owner and trainer has a responsibility to find a racehorse the right home after it's racing career. Every horse is different and some racehorses can be very challenging which is why we pride ourselves on finding the right home for the right horse.
Owning or retraining a racehorse can be very rewarding, however it is very important that you have the relevant experience to take on a racehorse. If you are interested in owning an ex-racehorse then you should first speak to the experts. Below are a few links to help you.
Arkaim Settles Into His New Home
The very lucky Randles family have given Arkaim a very happy retirement and he looks very happy to be chilling in his field with his new friend. Carrie has experience retraining racehorses and previously owned two other ex-racehorses who sadly passed away due to old age. Arkaim (Arky) has already started his retraining and Carrie is doing a fantastic job with her daughter Emma.