Horses

  • Apple King

    By GEVA on January 1, 2010
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    1994 Bay Thoroughbred Gelding Apple King raced in New York and won an allowance race on the turf at Aqueduct. His nickname is “Jack”. He is not rideable since he has little cartilage in his left knee. Apple King has been retired.
  • Burning Red

    By GEVA on January 1, 2010
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    1996 Chestnut Thoroughbred Gelding “Chunky” is an unraced gelding that thinks he’s part of the human family – although he gets along fine with his equine buddies. He arrived at the farm with a bowed tendon, which has set well. He has had some basic ring work, but prefers to play in the paddock with his friends.
  • Camden Woods

    By GEVA on January 1, 2010
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    1986 Chestnut Thoroughbred Gelding Affectionately known as “Tiny”, Camden Woods is a 17 hand retired Grand Prix horse that competed well on the SouthEast Circuit. Although “Tiny” outweighs most of his pasture mates, he doesn’t push his weight around, but rather is toward the bottom in the pecking order. Tiny has been retired.
  • Concealed

    By GEVA on January 1, 2010
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    1998 Dark Bay Thoroughbred Gelding “Harry” arrived in 2002 with a re-separated sesamoid. He is a Stakes-Placed winner and a handsome boy enjoying his new surroundings.
  • Eastern Paradox

    By GEVA on January 1, 2010
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    “Ace” arrived with a bowed tendon, but has recovered so you wouldn’t even know he had one. He’d jump in your pocket if you’d let him and really has quite the personality.
  • Dissinger

    By GEVA on January 1, 2010
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    1994 Dark Bay Thoroughbred Gelding “Dissy” came to the farm with a known broken knee and unknown osteomylitis in both front coffin bones. He also foundered and it was recommended that he be euthanized. However, Diane Isbell, DVM, who specializes in laminitis and hoof problems performed a “distal limb perfusion” on both front feet, stating his prognosis was poor. “Dissy” […]
  • Governor Elect

    By GEVA on January 1, 2010
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    1991 Chestnut Thoroughbred Gelding “Govie” is one of the better known racehorses at the farm having won 19 of 55 races and almost $200,000. His ankle is almost the size of a grapefruit. When he arrived you could hear bone clicking on bone, since there was no cartilage left in it. Today the ankle is fused and Govie loves to […]
  • Halomylove

    By GEVA on January 1, 2010
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    2002 dark bay or brown Thoroughbred Filly “Luvy” is a lightly raced 2002 dark bay or brown filly. She’s sound because she wasn’t a race horse long enough or run fast enough to injure herself. Smart filly. She’s got a sweet disposition and is currently courting The Barking Shark, along with the other of Shark’s favorites, Dawaytostorm.
  • Klassy Son

    By GEVA on January 1, 2010
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    “Klassy” the athlete, also has quite the personality. His bowed tendon has set so he will not be compromised in any future career. He seems to never get enough attention and clammers for more by pawing in his water trough.
  • Light the Avenue

    By GEVA on January 1, 2010
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    Dark Bay Thoroughbred Gelding “Light” was owned and bred by Golden Eagle Farm, the leading breeder in California. However, instead of the Mabees, owners of Golden Eagle Farm, taking him home to retire, he’s been with GEVA since he stopped racing due to mutliple chips in his knees. He appears sound, but there’s a lot of wear and tear in […]

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