SAFE! Forbidden Fight is now safe in Portland,
Oregon with his new mom Haley Mc Mann.
March 31, 2007 - Knocked down but not out. . . Forbidden Fight
wins a new home!
"Forbidden" is doing very well. He is a big sweetheart.
He has manners
learn, but what he has been trained to do, he does very well.
like a silly toddler and then I go to bath him and he's a perfect
gentleman. I turned him out the first day and he had a fabulous
time. He is very interested in the other horses.
His only thing is the biting, in a playful way, and his strength
something new for me, but
he quite happy where he is. He is, also very popular at the
since he is the youngest one there. Everyone is very interested
progress. Some love the name Forbidden, some want a sweeter
intended to change his name, however, after a few days with
him, he has
a rascal feature that may make me keep it. I've been with him
this week and think he is quite special.
Thank you so much
for what you
do. I have a picture of him from today. I'll get one of both
of us and
send it soon.
I'll keep in touch,
Eliazbeth's Notes: Below is Forbidden
Fight's OBS Select Yearling sales photo when
he was just a yearling. He was born in 2004. Click here to
see his pedigree. This gorgeous horse had shown no talent at the
race track and was moving to lower and lower class tracks before
he came to our attention by a friend of his breeder. She asked
that we step in and spread the word to find this gorgeous well
bred horse a non racing home before he was ruined at the track.
Our Web site reaches people all over the world. Haley Mc Mann
of Portland, Oregon saw that this horse was in need and he was
almost in her own backyard at the Portland Meadows -race
track. Haley called Bits & Bytes Farm and got the details. She
had him vetted out and moved to the hunt club near her home. God
Bless you Haley! Thank you for being able to act fast and save
this beautiful young horse.
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