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Adopting a Retired Racehorse

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Adopting an elderly racehorse is an inexpensive way of getting the use of a well bred and trained horse. This guide is about adopting a retired racehorse.


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November 12, 2008

This is Tucker, an adopted ex standard bred pacer racehorse. He's 20 and doing great. Adopting a racehorse is an inexpensive way of getting the use of a well bred and well trained horse! You don't own the horse, you just get to pay for all the expenses and of course, get to enjoy the animal.

By Corinna from New Liskeard, Ontario, Canada

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November 12, 20080 found this helpful

What a beautiful animal!! You and Tucker are so fortunate to have each other!

Grandma Jan & Kato

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November 12, 20080 found this helpful

Beautiful! Looks like a postcard or Christmas card. Thanks for sharing.

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September 9, 20130 found this helpful

My second horse was a retired pacer. Tony was the best horse I had and made a great saddle horse. He was gentle and well behaved. My sister also had two retired racehorses and got more then she bargained for when the one presented her with a foal. She got her money's worth, lol. They all made great saddle horses and family pets.

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