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Meet Some of the Horses Your Donation Helps

  OUR DONORS.....THE HEARTBEAT OF TPR!!! You Give These Horses Hope and the Gift of a Happy Future Meet a few of the horses you help when you support our work.  These are the faces of TPR.  Just some of the horses who are receiving the care, rehabilitation and training they need to have a wonderful life. Your support gave Scat Jack the year he needed to heal and reco...
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Wheresmokethrsfire

Wheresmokethrsfire is a big powerful boy with a heart of gold. He found a home after his racing days ended but three years later he was more horse than his owner could handle.  He came to us in the early spring 2017 and has already competed at the very prestigious Upperville Colt and Horse Show, the Piedmont Jumper Classic, as well as the PVDA Ride for Life, a recognized dress...
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Mystical Harbor

What do you do with a four-year-old barely broke to ride Thoroughbred that spooks and cribs? That horse was Mystical Harbor, or “Fellow” as we call him. For various reasons, his owner could not start him under saddle until he was four and then decided to send him to TPR. By that time, bred to be a racehorse, Fellow was big, strong, and highly reactive. He also was handsome and...
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He’s a Bobcat

entered a lease agreement in March 2015       His owner calls him Midnight and he is a beautiful boy with a lot of potential.  Midnight stands 16.1 hands and is 14 years old.  He was on the track until the age of 7.   Midnight was very easy to retrain as he has a very good mind.  He’s bright and loves to be ridden.  I've cross tied him since arriving at Leighton Farm and...
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Irish Silk

Irish Silk is a 3 year old Thoroughbred filly who stands 16 hands with room to grow. She raced 15 times and last raced on Nov. 1, 2014. She has been retired sound, because her trainer feels she just isn't fast enough.  She is beautiful, elegant and classy and would be better suited to a new career.  Silky is athletic and a nice mover so the show world has many options for her.  She has a well deve...
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Tyler’s Jewel

Tyler's Jewel is a real war horse.  That said, he's been lovingly cared for and trained for the past 8 years in particular.  Grandpa, as he is affectionately known around the barn, is a 14 year old Thoroughbred gelding who stands 15.3 hands tall.  He is multiple Stakes Placed with 116 starts, 17 wins, 17 seconds and 20 thirds and a whopping $341,049 in earnings. Click Here to see his pedigree....
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NEW GOODHORSE.ORG – Our New Website to Better Serve You and the Horses

Thoroughbred Placement Resources has completed work on our new website.  We invite you to check it out and share it.  The redesign was done to make it even easier for you to help us help these wonderful horses We would love your input and suggestions so that we can  develop it into a premiere aftercare website. Kimberly Godwin Clark, TPR Executive Director  is the creator of the website. She...
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Wachacha

Beautiful.... Eventing, hunter/jumper or dressage prospect - whatever she goes on to do, she's going to be a success!  ChaCha has both the athleticism, looks and most important, I think - the temperament to be a super star. Now 7 years old and standing 16.2 hands, Wachacha is by Sultry Song and out of Vigors mare Silkweed. Click Here to see her pedigree. Click Here to see her race reco...
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Stockton Bad Ben

Removed from site, 10/05/2014  Shawn took from racetrack, did not notify us.  Had been entering in races.   Click here to see his pedigree. Click here to see his race record. Gorgeous, friendly and bursting with personality, this good boy likes attention from humans, being ridden, and has been known to jump. As a racehorse He kept picking up steady paychecks until he broke his mai...
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What We Do

Mystical Harbor
We Create Breed Ambassadors Thoroughbreds such as Bally Cor, Keen, and Touch of Class have enjoyed great success in the Olympic equestrian disciplines, but today many riders favor other breeds. With proper training, Thoroughbreds can be competitive at the top of the show world once again.  This success will have a trickle-down effect that will not only increase their value but cause lower ...
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