It is usually articles in well circulated publications titled “Buyer’s Beware” that frighten the you-know-what out of the readers when it comes to the shady underworld of horse sellers. As a seller of Thoroughbreds for the competition world, I’ve gone through great lengths of… Continue Reading “Buyers In Sheep’s Clothing”
Little Kentucky Farm would like to congratulate Karen Kerby of Pleasant Hills Farm on the purchase of Zuzu’s Petals. This will be Karen’s 2nd horse purchased from us!
Thank you and congratulations to the Lombardi family of New Jersey on their purchase of this lovely 3 year old prospect, Wing Tip Shoes (Hunter). GO Hunter! – GO Thoroughbred!
It has been tough watching my partner grow old. I’ve discovered as Heathcliff has changed through the years, that I’ve been changing right along with him. We’ve gotten old together. I made him a single promise when we first met, that I would do… Continue Reading “Reflections of Heathcliff 1985 – 2015”
The benefits of investing in a green prospect as your next Eventing partner For some, the only direction they want to go is to look at a ‘made’ horse who has mileage and a competition history. For others, taking a young green horse (sometimes… Continue Reading “Going Green”
My family has been involved in Thoroughbred racing for years. As a child I would hang out in the training barn, tack rooms and the jockey diners to listen to the chatter of riders bragging about their horses or to hear a trainer discuss… Continue Reading “OTTB – The New Breed?”
. . . by the way they give you a leg-up on a horse. For some reason, when I’ve asked family or friends for a leg-up, I’m immediately met with a smirk or a nervous giggle. That usually puts me in my “Uh-Oh” mode as… Continue Reading “You Can Tell a lot About Someone . . .”