The career of a Thoroughbred racehorse is one full of excitement.
They live in the spotlight, under the watchful eye of their keepers - trainers, owners and fans -
their activities carefully scrutinized, their daily routine of workouts and races available for all to follow.
Once a Thoroughbred decides to move on, however, away from the racetrack, what then?
What becomes of these magnificant athletes after they retire from racing?
In this section, you'll find out...
West Seattle Boy.
I'm Two Good.
Best on Tap.
Bury the Hatchet.
Mel and Al.
Retired Mile Champions.
Aspen (Maud Star).
Bucky B Lucky.
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