The WAR HORSE Chronicles

Re: The WAR HORSE Chronicles

Postby Dusty » Tue Sep 05, 2017 9:27 pm

WarBiscuit wrote:There are a few dozen 10 - 13 year old warriors that are followed closely on this thread currently racing at Camarero Race Track in Puerto Rico. With Hurricane Irma
bearing down on San Juan with predictions of 180 mph sustained winds, and torrential flooding rains, it seems that horsemen and their charges have reason to be
fearful tonight. It is difficult to imagine that any animals residing in wooden stables, stalls and barns could survive this without tremendous luck - or perhaps a better word - miracle. I'm hoping for the best possible outcome on the other side of this, and that all people and animals can somehow manage to stay safe.

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My prayers are with them and all the workers there too...
May they run with the WIND
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Re: The WAR HORSE Chronicles

Postby Della » Tue Sep 05, 2017 10:10 pm

WarBiscuit wrote:There are a few dozen 10 - 13 year old warriors that are followed closely on this thread currently racing at Camarero Race Track in Puerto Rico. With Hurricane Irma
bearing down on San Juan with predictions of 180 mph sustained winds, and torrential flooding rains, it seems that horsemen and their charges have reason to be
fearful tonight. It is difficult to imagine that any animals residing in wooden stables, stalls and barns could survive this without tremendous luck - or perhaps a better word - miracle. I'm hoping for the best possible outcome on the other side of this, and that all people and animals can somehow manage to stay safe.

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Oh, how awful for everyone in Irma's path. One of my all-time favorites - Magnificent Wreck - has been racing at Camarero for several years. God speed, old buddy - I hope you make it.
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Re: The WAR HORSE Chronicles

Postby WarBiscuit » Wed Sep 06, 2017 7:32 pm

Visitors to the Winners Circle:

10yo g Salty Le Mousee (Salt Lake - Chausseur Dame, by French Legionnaire), 1st at Sweetwater Downs (8/27/17). 46 - 15-9-7, $71,250. MSW.

10yo m Silver Tresor (Congressional Honor - Rackliff Island, by Polish Numbers), 1st at Presque Isle Downs (8/27/17). 45 - 7-4-8, $152,532.

10yo g Evening Concerto (Concerto - Almost Aprom Queen, by Montbrook), 1st at Canterbury Park (9/1/17). 122 - 20-15-26, $279,306.

11yo g Saint Chocolate (Decarchy - D.J.'s Chocolate, by Vigors), 1st at Colombus (9/1/17). 71 - 13-12-9, $95, 632.

10yo m Square Grouper (Wildcat Heir - Destiny Now, by Jeblar), 1st at Penn National (9/2/17). 107 - 10-8-25, $148,511.

10yo g Reservado (Slewlessnseattle - Silent Blue, by Fort Chaffee), 1st at Camarero (6/9/17). 99 - 11-4-15, $53, 013.

12yo g Grat Substitution (Forest Wildcat - Mandalay Point, by Gilded Time), 1st at Northlands Park (8/30/17). 77 - 14-15-11, $132,040.

10yo g Boo Dutton (Equality - Inty Binty, by Cryptoclearance), 1s at Hazel Park (30K - Michigan Sire Stakes)(9/2/17). 55 - 10-10-9, $193,968. Stakes Winner.

11yo g Eighty Eight (He's Tops - Girls Night, by Jazzing Around), 1st at Lethbridge (9/2/17). 105 - 13-17-21, $79,600. MSP.
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Placed: Fur Lined - 11m, Romeo Royal - 10g, Don't Defy Me - 11g, Just Hank - 10g, Jupiter - 10g, Passion Red - 10g,
Chele - 10g, Raton Pass - 10g, My Charming Clyde - 10g, Nomanisanisland - 12g.

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3rd: Naux Faux Pas - 11m, Won Fast Bullet - 10g, Rosa's Catena - 12g, Flying Zealous - 10g, Straight Thunder - 11g,
Backwater Blues - 10g, St. Patrick's Appeal - 10g, Meadow Wise - 11g, Pure Vertical - 10g, Doug - 11g,
Catfeinated - 10g, Ghostwalking - 10g.

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Re: The WAR HORSE Chronicles

Postby Sparrow Castle » Tue Sep 12, 2017 1:12 am

Classic Wildcat finished 3rd beaten by a head, on September 11, 2017, at PARX RACING in Race 9.
Off odds: 12.70
Your comments for this horse were: 2006 Forest Wildcat - Affirmed Class, by Affirmed; Leatherbury
http://www.equibase.com/static/chart/pdf/PRX091117USA9.pdf
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Re: The WAR HORSE Chronicles

Postby Sparrow Castle » Tue Sep 12, 2017 1:21 am

If anyone is so inclined...the thoroughbreds in the Caribbean could use your help. I know this group has helped get horses back to the states from Camarero, but I didn't realize US bred horses are also racing in the other islands. You can donate through PayPal to caribbeanottb@gmail.com. The Donate link is in the upper right side under the picture on their Facebook page.

Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare Inc.
We are asking desperately requesting help from all my friends and family around the world to donate to help the horses in the Caribbean, many of the TBs were bred in the States. My friend has already lost one of her horses and they need feed and medical supplies urgently. Put in notes column whether your donation is for Anguilla, St Martin, St. Thomas, Tortola or Puerto Rico. We are non profit 501c3 all donations are federal tax deductible. They need help. CTA starts with CARIBBEAN, meaning we need to help them !!!!
https://www.facebook.com/pg/horserescue/posts/
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Re: The WAR HORSE Chronicles

Postby Sparrow Castle » Thu Sep 14, 2017 6:56 pm

Really glad to see this!

TCA Provides Emergency Grant to Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare
Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA) has provided a grant for emergency relief to Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare, a Puerto Rico-based nonprofit organization. The grant will be used to provide hay to the hundreds of racing and retired Thoroughbreds living on the U.S. Virgin Islands of St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix recently devastated by Hurricane Irma. The grant will originate from TCA’s Horses First Fund, a fund established by LNJ Foxwoods in 2016 to assist Thoroughbreds in need of emergency aid.

“The Horses First Fund was established for emergency situations like this as it allows us to quickly get aid to Thoroughbreds in need,” said Jaime Roth, TCA board member and managing partner of LNJ Foxwoods. “The destruction in the Caribbean is unprecedented and we hope that providing hay for racing and retired Thoroughbreds that currently reside on the islands will ease one of the challenges faced by these island communities.”

"On behalf of Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare Inc, I'd like to thank Thoroughbred Charities of America for the generous and timely support,” said Shelley Blodgett executive director of Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare. “This will give a lifeline while the islands work to restore the ability to receive regular shipments of feed and other necessities for the horses.”

A container ship containing nearly 500 bales of hay arrived in St. Thomas earlier this week and a portion of it was transported to Clinton Phipps Racetrack in Charlotte Amalie for distribution. The remainder will be transported to St. John and St. Croix as ports reopen.

http://www.tca.org/articles/tca-provides-emergency-grant-to-caribbean-thoroughbred-aftercare.html
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