Placement of 2 year old bay TB Gelding

We are pleased to announce that our 2 year old big gelding will be going to a new home on January 1st. He is going to be trained for jumping and some barrel racing for fun. Congratulations to his new owner on receiving this awesome prospect!

Lord Let it Be training well under our OTTB RETraining Program.

Lord Let it Be, a winner of $12,000.00 on his first out who suffered an injury has fully recovered and is retraining well under our RETraining Program. It is fun to watch him relax and drop his big, beautiful head & neck and walk relaxed like a huge…Read More

Chronicle of the Horse Should Issue a Public Apology

I think publications who willfully publish false information and hate should be penalized publicly and monetarily. What do you think? When this group of hating and gossiping women is confronted by a top International Race Trainer, they don't realize it is…Read More

Membership Drive

Now is an opportune time to move forward with our rescue plans. We have placed numerous horses who have fully recovered into their homes in recent weeks. Those good reports somehow never make the news, but God knows! Join us now in prayer for the safety of…Read More

Welcome Suddenly Cool into our retirement and retraining program.

Suddenly Kool has been received into our OTTB retirment and retraining program. He has run in 42 races and has retired sound. After being slowly introduced to a paddock and then pasture setting and a few months of rest, he will be retrained into a new…Read More

Placement of LuvtoLuvyoubaby and New Stephenville Facility

We are happy to announce the retirement of LuvtoLuvyoubaby, winner of 7 races and $161,020. He has been placed by us my Michael Gill and is the last of Mr. Gill's 400 head of race horses. In addition, we have secured a new facility in Stephenville, Texas and…Read More

Looking for placements for three TB Mares.

These mares are retired from racing and from the breeding shed. They are gentle, rideable and deserve a loving, caring, non-breeding home. One is grey (white), one bay and one chestnut with white markings. All are located in Texas. If you are interested in…Read More
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