We tend to leave auctions with a high volume of Thoroughbreds, due to their being the least desired breed on the horse shopper/auction market, (Quarter Horses, Paints, and ponies are #1), along with many rescues avoiding them due to the fear of hidden medical issues, that OTT Thoroughbreds tend to be abandoned with. Rescues also often avoid Thoroughbreds because they are perceived as a "difficult" breed, and because of the hesitancy people have about adopting them. We find even horses like Baby Walk, as gorgeous as he is, frequently sell to the kill buyer. Indeed, that's the only person we had to bid against on auction night but he is safe now.....and sporting a new set of shoes.
Warren's Baby Walk is up for adoption, and we ask all interested parties fill out our application at www.auctionhorsesrescue.com
Also, most importantly, if you can help with our always hefty farrier bill ($555 this time for Baby Walk and the others here at the ranch), our Paypal is email@example.com