November 29, 2010

Click here to see the NEWEST HORSES for sale directly from the track.

We also have several Bargain Priced horses in New York!

Popular Five - Now at Bits & Bytes Farm in Atlanta!

Thoroughbred horse for sale

See MORE Thoroughbred HORSES For Sale!

Before calling . . .
Please read:

"How to Buy a Prospect Horse" from Bits & Bytes Farm!

"Buying Our Horses" - What to expect

FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions about pricing and buying

Look over our
Buyers Check List
if you are thinking of buying a new horse.

We DO NOT give prices by
e-mail.
Serious buyers are encouraged to call.

Still not sure about buying a horse directly from the track?

Read the Success Stories of horses we have sold from the farm and directly from the track. The horses with an asterisk in front of their names were all bought directly from the track - sight unseen!

Don't forget to check our Bargain Barn Horses for Sale.

Want to know what happened after your favorite Prospect Horse was SOLD?

Go to our OTTB Success Stories pages and our NEW and IMPROVED Success Stories Web site: www.OTTBSuccessStories.com

 

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Bits & Bytes Farm's PROSPECT Horses for sale page your default homepage.

SAVE $$$ in the
BARGAIN BARN

Do you have a limited budget - not interested in jumping and want a special horse to love? Can you help a horse with an old or current injury who may or may not be sound in the future? Check our our BARGAIN BARN page. We are not a rescue group but we love all Thoroughbreds and these horses deserve a good home too. They are the horses most "At Risk" to go to slaughter. Please check them out and call us if you can offer them a good home.

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Read the heart warming stories of our 25 Special horses.

 

Finder's Chance is a Thoroughbred horse for sale at our farm.

Lynn's Vision aka "Bubba" has found a new home in Canton, GA with commerical artist Melanie Eberhardt.

 

Congratulations to Missy Miller on the purchase of Stevie Loverboy. September 9, 2007

Congratulations to Missy Miller on the purchase of Stevie Loverboy. Stevie Loverboy was a COLT who is now a gelding. Read
Stevie Loverboy's Success Stories
. September 5, 2007

 

OTTB - K O River Crossing and his new mom Loui Padgett of Canton, GA. SOLD!

K O River Crossing and his new mom Loui Padgett of Canton, GA. - July 22, 2007 SOLD!

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Bits & Bytes Farm's PROSPECT Horses for sale page your default homepage.

 

King Dreamer - SOLD! Congratulations to Harry Moore of North Carolina on the pruchase of his second Bits & Bytes Farm horse.

King Dreamer - SOLD! Congratulations to Harry Moore of North Carolina on the purchase of his second Bits & Bytes Farm horse.

Here is what Harry has to say about his latest purchase . . . "there's only one thing better than owning a Bits & Bytes Farm horse, and that's . . . owning TWO!"

Harry and Carmen Moore
Hawk Hill Farm
Andrews, NC

Harry Moore with Straw Boy and Gloria Coleman (owner of Farm for a Day)

Harry Moore with Straw Boy and Gloria Coleman (owner of Fame for a Day)

We have a whole new NEWZ section of the Web site with newest Prospect Horses For Sale.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Endnote is one of several inexpensive Thoroughbred horses for sale in New York.
Don't miss our Thoroughbred Horse's For Sale at the track. See photos on our Thoroughbred pages. We have several horses priced $1500 and less!

Thoroughbred Prospect Horses for Sale from Bits & Bytes Farm

Our horses > prospect horses for sale

Bits & Bytes Farm is always keeping an eye out for good prospects at the race track. We currently have several prospect horses listed. When we have prospect horses, they will be still racing or at the trainer's farm. They are not available at our farm for viewing and we do not own them. They are usually still at the race track. Sometimes we purchase a prospect horse ourselves and train them for resale. When we offer prospects, you must remember that they are totally green and in racing condition and usually at bargain prices.

New gray Thoroughbred horse for sale.
"BBB" has been sold. We have more for sale on our Prospect Horsesat the Track page.

Buying a prospect horse direct from the track through Bits & Bytes Farm can save you a significant amount of frustration and money. Be aware that we have not ridden these horses and have not been involved in their training. We have seen them trotted out and raced. We make no claims as to the suitability of these horses for any discipline. It usually takes a few months away from the track for the horse's true personality and talents to make themselves known. We visit the race tracks and our favorite trainers to find quality horses for resale. We save you the time and trouble of locating a horse and learning how to buy horses off the race track. No one can promise the future soundness of any of these horses but we will help you assess the soundness of the horse before he leaves the track. All buyers are encouraged to do a vet check as extensively as necessary to feel comfortable purchasing a horse sight unseen.

Check out the new Newz section of our Web site! We have pages for new Prospect Horses, ResaleThoroughbreds and Thoroughbred Horses For Sale at Bits & Bytes Farm. There are several ways to purchase Thoroughbred Horses For Sale.

Before calling or e-mailing please, read about "How to Buy a Prospect Horse" from Bits & Bytes Farm. Also read the Frequently Asked Questions page and this page as well. These horses are not at Bits & Bytes Farm and we do not own them. We act as brokers to help you purchase a horse at a low cost. They are at race tracks and farms all over the country. If you want a little more detail about the process, please read our page "Buying a Horse Sight Unseen".

We DO NOT give prices by e-mail and we cannot do business with children. Seriously interested buyers looking for help will call.

We are here to answer your pricing questions if you call. Don't be shy or afraid to call. We are here to help you, and the horses, not to fast talk you into a purchase. Call so we can help you find the horse that is the best match for what YOU want to do. We do not want to push you into a sale. We are here to make the process of getting a Thoroughbred off-the-track easier. We are here to answer your questions about Thoroughbreds. Our mission is to promote Thoroughbreds as sport horses - not to make a living doing it.

When we list that the trainer needs a stall ASAP - that horse may be gone the same day we list it or soon there after. Please call IMMEDIATELY if you are interested in a horse that is "AT RISK ".

Many horses are sold the day they reach the Web site or sometimes even before. Previous buyers, buyers who vetted a horse that did not pass and people who CALL get first priority when buying a Prospect Horse. We often have photos of horses not yet on the site and if you call, we will e-mail them to you.

This is the time of year where we have lots of horses at the lowest prices of the year. NOW is the time to buy! Thank you for the opportunity to match you with a horse that can do what you want to do.

Still not sure? Read our Success Stories on this site and also on our newest site: www.OTTBSuccessStories.com.

Buying a horse directly off the track is a gamble. You are buying the horse sight unseen.

If you do not feel comfortable with this process, please review our Horses For Sale at our farm. These are horses that you can ride before buying.

A vet check will let you know if the Prospect Horse is sound but you still do not know if he has the mind or talent for what you want to do. If you have the ability, and are willing to put in the time, one of these horses might be right for you. We put you in touch with a vet so that you can have the horse vetted to your specifications - complete with x-rays if you desire - and we will do the paperwork to get the horse off-the-track. We will also help to arrange the shipping the horse and to your farm or ours. The vetting and shipping costs are in addition to the price of the horse. If the horse ships to Georgia, sales tax must be charged.

Once the horse is away from the track his price goes up. We will not sell horses directly from the trainer to inexperienced riders or to children.

Still not comfortable with the process? Read a few of our Prospect Horse Success Stories to learn more.

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Click here to go to the new Bits & Bytes Farm's PROSPECT Horses For Sale page.


Hurry our Prospect Horses go FAST! CALL if you are a serious buyer - do not wait. The horse you fall in love with may already be waiting on a vet check.

Limited budget? Don't forget to check our BARGAIN BARN! Most BARGAIN BARN horses are around $1000 and may be FREE to a good home!

Elizabeth's Note: When you see a horse you like - move FAST! The trainers need the stalls and if we do not find a good home for their horses away from the track, the horses may get sold to a trainer who races at a lower level. The horses running "at the bottom" are usually run until they are no longer sound, then if they are lucky, they will be donated to a rescue group, placed on CANTER or, if they are not so lucky - sent off to auction which now means being trucked for many days to Canada or Mexico. This is NOT MARKETING HYPE! We are not in this business to make money. It actually costs us money to help these horses but we feel they are worth it. Please CALL if you can help-- it could me life or death for one of these horses while you are waffling on what to do. See the before and after photos below of S. R. King of Queens who is a grandson of Triple Crown winner Secretariat.

Please go to the CANTER Web site if you can help save this horse.
S. R. King of Queens - January 2009 at Beulah Park Race Track. Reproduced with CANTER's permission.

Please go to the CANTER Web site if you can help save this horse.
S. R. King of Queens. Click here to see his pedigree.

This is the same horse in June 2008 when he was listed as a Prospect Horse For Sale.
S. R. King of Queens photo from the Bits & Bytes Farm Prospect Horses For Sale page in June 2008.

This is the same horse in June 2008 when he was listed as a Prospect Horse For Sale. We almost had a home for him when the owner sold him to low end racing. We do not know what condition he is in now. If you see a horse you like CALL. It could mean life or death or worse . . . running in pain at the bottom. YOU CAN make a difference. Donate to CANTER or any of the rescue groups on our links page. You may not be able to buy a horse now but you can make a difference in the lives of many horses with your donations.

Want to know what happened after your favorite Prospect Horse was SOLD? Go to our OTTB Success Stories pages and our NEW and IMPROVED Success Stories Web site: www.OTTBSuccessStories.com


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