"El Gran Turismo" is balanced, correct and oozes potential. We call him Gizmo around the barn because he is a spunky little dude and he is so stinking cute. This guy is so cool under saddle! He has suspension and a spring to his step. Gizmo retired from racing after 3 unsuccessful starts with no apparent injuries and we feels like he will excel at eventing or jumpers!
Winner of $1,997,896.00 in racing and five time 'Horse of The Year', Kelso proved he is still on his toes in an exhibition of jumping and dressage at Monmouth Park. Before the Monmouth Park stands where he won his first stakes victory in the Choice Stakes of 1960, Kelso soars over a jump in the special infield course. Micheal Plumb, Captain of the U.S. Olympic Equestrian Three-Day Team, is pictured aboard the 11-year old Gelding. July 12, 1968.
"Strong Kiss" is a special mare that develops extra close relationships with the people in her life. She is obedient and willing – truly a mare that would do anything for you once you gain her friendship. She has no bad habits, lovely to work around on the ground and really fun to ride. In just a few short weeks under saddle she’s already trotting groundpoles and standing quietly for mounting. She’s been kept barefoot for many years and even raced that way!
New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program has announced that the second barn at their new Kentucky facility has been sponsored by Robsham Stables and Mike Repole. The barn, located on Mereworth Farm, will be named the …