Weekly OTTB Wishlist from Cosequin: Congrats to the 2019 TIP Efficiency Award Winners!
Daryl Kinney and Rosie’s Woman are the TIP eventing champions on the Superior/CCI3*/4* stage. Photograph by Carla Duran for Brant Gamma Pictures.
Late final week, the Jockey Membership Thoroughbred Incentive Program (TIP) introduced the winners of their 2019 Efficiency Awards! These awards acknowledge the achievements of off-the-track Thoroughbred of their second careers as they accumulate at exhibits of their chosen self-discipline all year long. We’d prefer to congratulate the next horses and riders who have been topped champions of their respective divisions:
Superior/CCI3*/4*: Rosie’s Woman and Daryl Kinney
Intermediate/ CIC** / CCI**: Son Ofa Prince (proven as Authorized Restrict) and Kathy Cain
Preliminary / CIC* / CCI*: Son Ofa Prince (proven as Authorized Restrict) and Kathy Cain
Modified: Shootmetothemoon and Eliza Herman
Coaching: Decide’s Daughter (proven as Tall Story) and Adriana Nannini
Novice Central: Rojo de Oro (proven as Beau Tie) and Erin Roane
Novice East: Struck by Luck (proven as FGF Struck by Luck) and Isabella G Sparks
Novice West: Silent Strike and Kayla DeHart
Newbie Novice Central: Gypson Hills and Kirsten Raab
Newbie Novice East: Shelly’s Cider (proven as Southern Cider) and Jessica Brown
Newbie Novice West: Skyrise Summer time and D Gloeckner
Pre-Newbie Novice Central: Incredible Aptitude and Lori A Mullin
Pre-Newbie Novice East: Implicit and Doris A Hoppers
Pre-Newbie Novice West: Dealership and Tracie M Coleman
Different: Bazillion Bells and Kaitlin A Bell
Junior: Struck by Luck (proven as FGF Struck by Luck) and Isabella G Sparks
If racking up some factors and having the chance to earn slightly further satin yearly sounds engaging to you, then perhaps you need to get in on the OTTB recreation too? It’s simply one of many many perks of proudly owning a horse off-the-track! Listed here are three obtainable horses to get you began:
Carmine’s Honor. Photograph by way of New Vocations Racehorse Adoption.
Carmine’s Honor (TO HONOR AND SERVE – BLUE HENNESSY, BY HENNESSY): 2015 16.0-hand New York-bred gelding
After a racing profession of 20 begins that noticed $61,645 earned, Carmine’s Honor was retired from racing with a small fetlock chip that was subsequently eliminated. The chip induced no residual injury and “Rizzo,” as he’s recognized across the barn, ought to have limitless potential in a second profession. Rizzo is a spunky and personable gelding who actually enjoys life and completely adores being groomed and liked on!
Positioned in Xenia, Ohio.
View Carmine’s Honor on New Vocations Racehorse Adoption.
Stella Cavallo. Photograph by way of Second Stride Racehorse Adoption.
Stella Cavallo (PURIM – GLITTERATION, BY GLITTERMAN): 2010 16.3-hand Kentucky-bred mare
This tall lady final raced in 2014 after which made her second profession as a broodmare at a breeding farm. She was then retired from that profession when she may not get in foal. Stella Cavallo hadn’t bee ridden in a few years previous to arriving at Second Stride, however was an ideal girl for her first time again underneath saddle in a very long time. With pricked ears, she seems to be fairly joyful to joyful a job once more too!
Positioned in Prospect, Kentucky.
View Stella Cavallo on Second Stride Inc.
Fortunate Mesquite. Photograph by way of the Retired Racehorse Mission Horse Listings.
Fortunate Mesquite (LUCKY PULPIT – MESQUITE, BY HUDDLE UP): 2015 16.3-hand California-bred gelding
“Hudson” is a candy and athletic gelding with a keen persona and he’s on the lookout for an individual to name his personal! Hudson has had a pleasant lengthy let down after his final race, which was in August 2019, spending till February of this 12 months turned out. He’s since been restarted by hello present homeowners, who’re taking their time and ensuring they’re placing in appropriate groundwork and serving to him to develop a strong basis.
Positioned in Exeter, California.
View Fortunate Mesquite on the Retired Racehorse Mission Horse Listings.