D’Wild Brew & On The Range
Kate Amos of Roseneath could not decide between D’Wild Brew or On The Range, so she adopted them both. They are thoroughly enjoying their new careers and have become “showing machines”!! Each have collected numerous ribbons and D’Wild Brew was reserve champion in his division at a show in March. Keep up the good work boys!
This big boy was donated to LongRun after a good career at the track. He wasn’t with us long before Alyssa Winegarden visited our farm and fell in love with him. Now living in southwestern Ontario, Alyssa is still wildly in love with him as they bond as riding partners.
A stakes winner of almost a quarter million dollars, this very handsome boy was quickly scooped up by Laurie Edger of Millbrook. He has happily settled down on her farm where he has become the consummate trail horse. Laurie tells us that “Riley” is totally professional and wouldn’t think of spooking at anything. In company or alone, they always have a great time together.
Here’s another stakes horse who went on to a wonderful career once he finished racing. He was adopted by Sarah Beauchamp who knew him while he was racing and had admired him then. Still using his barn name of Romeo, she also adopted Enough Is Enough (Wally) from LongRun a few years ago. Sarah always has tales to tell us of her boys, how they vie for her attention and what a pleasure they are to be around.
Hint Of Gold
Hint Of Gold is now living just outside of London, Ontario with his new adopter Mariah Fetchison. This very handsome chestnut was generously donated to LongRun by Jacquie Armstrong. Mariah has some plans for jumping and showing him but right now they are just getting to know each other and enjoying their time together.