Meet Moo Lah!
Moo Lah is a cute little guy who is ready to go in any direction! He retired after 7 starts and showed absolutely no interest in racing or going even remotely fast. Moo has no injuries and has had most of 2020 off to be a horse. Standing at 15.3, he will more than likely top off at 16h and is still maturing. Moo is super easy to work with; he crossties well, enjoys being groomed, sweats easily and has good feet (currently barefoot). He's great with flyspray. We really like this boy! He's an "in your pocket" kind of guy who will follow you around everywhere and put his head on you.
Under saddle, Moo is very laid back and a push ride. He is still very green, but he'll be very easy to bring along, as he's a good student and takes direction well. Very sensible boy who doesn't get rattled. Because he is green, we'd recommend at least an intermediate rider for him (because he needs to learn) working with a trainer.
Moo retired sound with no injuries. He's ready to go - and he's RRP eligible! Suitable for any discipline!
Career Starts: 7
Career Earnings: $7,664
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Meet the lovely JC!
This 22-year-old, 16.1h mare is ready for a new chapter in her life. After retiring with a substantial racing resume she was used as a broodmare for a number of years. Kind and easy to handle, J.C. is a sweet girl in good health. She has large ankles from her extensive racing career, but is travelling sound. She is ridden by beginner and intermediate riders and is suitable as a pleasure mount or companion horse. Nice girl!
Career starts: 57
Career earnings: $45,450
JC's Sideoats Equibase profile
This tall, gorgeous Arkansas-bred gelding is a true veteran of the racing industry. Having raced 67 times (and in the money for 30 of his races) Hawk truly earned his keep as a racehorse before retiring at the age of 8. Since 2011, Hawk has enjoyed his well-earned retirement at TRNL and is considered the sentry in his small herd of pasture-mates. He is particularly fascinated by the activity and equipment used on the adjacent property and is convinced that there is a racetrack on the other side of his pasture.