New Beginnings horses currently resting

Horses come to us directly from horseracing either because they are not fast enough, injury has halted their career or they are have reached an age where they should retire from the sport. Others come from private homes, their racing career may have ended many years ago, but through no fault of their own, their owner’s circumstances have changed and they can no longer keep the horse.

When a horse comes into New Beginnings it is assessed and will usually have a visit from our farrier, dentist and physio to check that everything is in order, they will then be turned away with a few other horses in selected groups to allow them to relax and become a horse again.

This ‘time out’ is invaluable as it allows their race muscle to soften, but more importantly it will allow them the time to mentally adjust to life after racing. Every horse is an individual and we treat them as such, some horses will be turned away for several weeks or a few months. The time is completely dependent on the individual.

Once they are showing signs of being relaxed and are looking for a job we bring them in and their re-schooling starts.

Please contact us on 01759 369810 for more information.

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Farlow
New Beginnings
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Farlow

Stunning Chestnut Gelding

Race Name: Farlow

Stable Name: Farlow
DOB: 5th April 2008
Colour: Chestnut
Sex: Gelding
Height: 16.2 hh
 

Breeding: EXEED AND EXCEL (AUS) - EMLY EXPRESS (IRE) 

Racing history: 55 starts - 52 Flat Turf and 3 All-weather.

Farlow had 6 wins, with total earnings of £70,265.
Farlow is a stunning chestnut gelding approx 16.1hh who came in spring last year. He has settled extreamly well, his re-trainging will be starting in spring.

 

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New Beginnings horses currently resting

Horses come to us directly from horseracing either because they are not fast enough, injury has halted their career or they are have reached an age where they should retire from the sport. Others come from private homes, their racing career may have ended many years ago, but through no fault of their own, their owner’s circumstances have changed and they can no longer keep the horse.

When a horse comes into New Beginnings it is assessed and will usually have a visit from our farrier, dentist and physio to check that everything is in order, they will then be turned away with a few other horses in selected groups to allow them to relax and become a horse again.

This ‘time out’ is invaluable as it allows their race muscle to soften, but more importantly it will allow them the time to mentally adjust to life after racing. Every horse is an individual and we treat them as such, some horses will be turned away for several weeks or a few months. The time is completely dependent on the individual.

Once they are showing signs of being relaxed and are looking for a job we bring them in and their re-schooling starts.

Please contact us by email on 01759 369810 for more information.