We have had a rush on our Prospect Horses at the Track on the Bits & Bytes Farm Web site. Me Tru aka “Marvin”, The General, Cortableau, Who’s Cindy Sue, Rap It Up, Louisiana Venture, Bank President and Chipawild have all found new homes and hopefully second careers. We don’t have all the new success stories up, but we are working on it. Watch for their stories to be up soon.
We heard from Brett’s mom that he won Champion and Reserve Champion last weekend at a show (Judi we need photos!) and of course we have more tri-colored ribbons from Austin’s Wolf yet to post from his last two shows. We have added several stories for Allegiant and Amanda our “A Team 2”.
Run Around Gal who was sold as a Prospect Horse in 2007 won the Broodmare Trophy at Upperville this spring and her baby is number 1 in the nation for yearling in the hunter breeding!
We hope to see Baileysontherocks again at the hunter pace this October. He was a horse for sale from Bits & Bytes Farm back in 2004. He’s on his second owner but he seems to have found his calling as an event horse/show jumper. We have five years of “Baileys” Success Stories with the oldest ones on the Bits & Bytes Farm Web site Success Stories pages.
We like to keep in touch with all our buyers and see how the horses are doing. Unlike most sellers, we want to hear from our buyers whether the news is good or not so good. We are here to help you transition your new Thoroughbred off-the-track. We are thrilled by your successes. They are the stories that keep us motivated. Thank you all for staying in touch.
Our hope is that these stories will dispel the myths about Thoroughbreds, their temperaments and who should own one. Each horse is a unique individual and we work hard to match the buyer with the correct Thoroughbred. This site has the real stories from the people who are enjoying these Thoroughbreds after they have finished their racing careers. We can’t make up stories like these!