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There's Something About Harry

His story could inspire a children’s book. His dam didn’t seem to care whether he was born or not. Not long after his birth his sire died in a horrifying accident, and he is named in tribute. His cute nickname comes from a popular book character.   As a youngster, he was difficult enough that he was gelded. He didn’t reach the races until he was 3 and, when he did, he didn’t initially set the world on fire. 


Inherit the Gold (“Harry”) was born in Fort Edward, NY, at Haven Oaks Farm – a farm where they not only breed and raise Thoroughbreds but also once helped troubled young adults with rehabilitation. Read More

 

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