He is a 4yo OTTB who was retired from racing for laryngeal hemiplegia which was corrected by a surgeon through “tie-back” surgery as charity so he could come find a new career. His breathing is fine now and should never be an issue. Finn does make a slight noise which is a deduction in dressage and hunters, although he is physically sound to do any of them. This is why he is best suited for jumpers and pleasure riding.
Finn Again - YouTube
He is 7yo OTTB who suffered an injury to his ankle that was nearly imploding. He was moved off the track and received necessary medical attention. Once he stabilized, he was transferred back to where his racing training initially began as a yearling in Ocala with Eisaman Equine. They cared for him for over a year while he was turned out to play in the sun and grass allowing his ankle to undergo the process of fusing.
Hey Byrn - YouTube
He is a 8yo Standardbred, he is easy to tack and drive, as well as to load and ship to the races. He was given to the rescue when his elderly owner had a stroke an passed. The owners son shared about how the horse loved children and would reach down low over the gate to let them hug his face.
Brazen Flash - YouTube
The last horse is just really sweet looking : )