Our American Thoroughbreds have raced throughout the Northeastern United States. I emphasize that our Thoroughbreds are horses I know personally – some that I may have broken and galloped. Therefore, I have a genuine love and interest in the horse’s well-being and compatibility between prospective owners and horses will be determined via a pre-qualifying process. – Zeb Fry of Little Kentucky Farm
THOROUGHBREDS LISTED ON THIS SITE ARE NOT RESCUED THOROUGHBREDS
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Puddle Jumper (barn name Boyd) born March 2018 by Spendthrift Farm stallion Cross Traffic, and out of Sweet Nkosi. Currently standing at 15.1 hands with a minimum of 3 additional years of growth. He has zero vices.
Has retired from racing with a total of 6 career starts.
Excellent management and care. Up to date on everything including microchip, teeth, feet, dewormed.
Boyd is a handsome youngster who is a thicker build, clean legs, beautiful feet and correct heels. Transition training is very simple and includes hacking, ground work, lunging and body building exercises, footwork over poles.
Boyd has a sweet demeanor and very willing youngster. The ideal candidate would be someone who is dedicated to develop a clean slate, and not push a young horse too soon. While Boyd is a quiet type, an experienced and educated rider would be best suited.
Boyd is a candidate for Future/Young Event Horse and would be well received as an Eventer.
Hot Traffic (barn name Michael) born March 2016 by Spendthrift Farm stallion Cross Traffic, and out of Hot Touch. Currently stands at 16.3 hands and will continue to become broader in muscle and weight. He has zero vices.
Has retired from racing September 2021 with 17 career races.
Excellent management and care. Up to date on everything including microchip, teeth, feet, dewormed and ulcer maintenance.
Michael is an elegant and lighter built Thoroughbred with clean legs, beautiful feet and correct heels. Transition training currently includes ground work, lunging and body building exercises, footwork with poles and hacking.
Michael is making the mental and physical transformation from racehorse to sporthorse, and would be suitable for an individual who appreciates an athletic and sensitive teammate. Candidates should have an educated seat, soft quiet hands and be a relaxed experienced rider in order to develop a confident horse. The ideal candidate will also be committed to take the necessary invested time to build a confident partner and not rush into anything too soon.
Michael is a clean slate and appears to be a handsome candidate for Eventing.
The Pioneer – SOLD