Our Thoroughbreds Ready for Adoption

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Barn name:  Girly

Foaled January 24, 2011, in Kentucky and was sold as a yearling at the Fasig-Tipton April sale for $8,500.


Girly is just that - a girly-girl. A very feminine mare, but no pushover. She won $62,767 in 85 races over a period of 4 years. Girly retired sound with no behavior issues. She has been tried at different disciplines and does very well with each. Girly is ready for whatever her new person wants to tackle, but please note: she is a gorgeous dark bay (black), beautifully put together horse.


Girly has requested that her new owner be informed that she likes a stall with a fan in the summer and extra shavings in the winter. And her favorite color is pink.


We think Girly is an absolutely beautiful horse suitable for any discipline and any equestrian.  


Her adoption fee (upon approval) is $1,000.00



Barn name:  Sunny


She is an 8 yo 15.3 Oklahoma bred bay mare.


Sunny is super smart and eager to please.  She is a beautiful mover and easily goes over the smaller jumps we have tried with her.  She only has 6 starts and last raced 5 years ago and retired sound.


Sunny came to us as an owner donation and part of an estate.  She also does well in turnout. 


For more information or to apply for adoption, please contact us via Facebook or email: HomestretchTbredRescue@Gmail.com



Barn name:  Rush


Rush is a long yearling KY-bred gelding. 


He’s over 15.3 and growing.  We have begun his training with ground work and gentle conditioning.  He’s sound, smart and gets along fine in a herd.  


A barn favorite, Rush loves going to the fence and greeting visitors.


When he was still a baby, Rush came to us as a true-blue slaughter rescue.  I personally pulled him off a truck and the rest of the horses from his farm left for Mexico. 

We would love for Rush to be someone’s Cinderella story.



Barn name:  Taz


This is Taz.  He’s a 15 year old 17hh gelding.


Never raced, Taz was the personal horse of the race farm owner until he passed away.  


Through now fault of his own, Taz is looking for his new person.  






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