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Adopting a Retired Racehorse

November 12, 2008

Retired Racehorse pulling a carriage.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.

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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.

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She got her money's worth, lol. They all made great saddle horses and family pets.

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