Very well stated. Unfortunately, this happens all the time in the Thoroughbred aftercare world. This should handled privately. A friend of mine said that human egos are huge in Thoroughbred aftercare and I have to agree as this just proves it.
Wish I could help out financially but I have my own OTTB to take care of. I did share this story on my Facbook timeline and shared it on an OTTB group.
Cannot understand why this horse, that finished DFL in its prior start on 11/23/2013 and only had one posted workout in June 2013, was allowed to enter this race. Shame on the track for allowing this to happen. Shame on the owner/trainer for trying to push this horse one more time. And his previous connections should be ashamed, too.
Curragh Mon is officially retired from racing and is now part of Thoroughbred Retirement of Tampa, Inc. (aka TROT). Once he's had some time off and get to be a horse, he will be available for adoption. Here his story - https://www.facebook.com/notes/thoroughbred-retirement-of-tampa-inc-trot/curragh-mon-returns-home-where-his-racing-career-started/356512381145211.
Curragh Mon is officially retired from racing and is part of
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