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If you’re going to be in Kentucky at the end of April, be sure to head to the New Vocations open barn and barbecue to meet their retired racehorses! (BloodHorse)
Here, have some pure joy:
How do Arrogate’s first foals look? See for yourself! (Thoroughbred Racing Commentary)
How can you resist a headline like this: “Two beavers, a bay horse and a bank robbery.” (Honolulu Star Advertiser)
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What are the Red Hills Horse Trials? Head to Florida to find out. (Tallahassee Democrat)
A horse named Tacoma is helping Floridians overcome opioid addiction. Good boy, Tacoma! (Naples Daily News)
Top prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft Ed Oliver and Devin White want to buy horses, not cars, and I’m here for that! (SB Nation)
Inmates in Virginia are caring for retired racehorses as vocational training through the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation, and that’s a wonderful thing for absolutely everyone involved. (ABC 13 News)
This is very good information on how to address an old racing injury when buying an off-track Thoroughbred. (The Horse)
Spend a morning at Saving Grace Miniature Horse Rescue – you’ll be glad you did! (Times Herald)
Did you know that the new Railbird Festival in Kentucky is going to benefit the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance and Central Kentucky Riding for Hope? That’s one more reason to get excited for the new music festival! (Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance)
If you love horses and fashion, you’re going to adore Dalia MacPhee, a designer who dresses horses and humans alike. (The New Yorker)
Good boy, Magic!