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June 17th, 2019

How to Introduce Young Horses to X-Country Fences

Introducing Thoroughbreds, or any horse to x-country fences, the first time can be both exciting and scary for the horse. This training note walks you through a process that is methodical and well thought out to make the learning fun and not over stimulating — while building the confidence of both the horse and the riders.

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May 14th, 2014

We Have Some Very Nice Thoroughbreds For Sale

2008 Bay Thoroughbred Horse For Sale

The competition season is in full swing and we have some great Prospect Horses for you. We work only with trainers, breeders and owners that we trust to tell us the truth about their horses. We stay in touch with our buyers so that we know the horses have been represented honestly. When you purchase an off-the-track Thoroughbred from Bits & Bytes Farm…

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April 11th, 2014

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February 9th, 2011

Welcome to Our Newz Page

facebook-iconBe the first to know about what is happening at Bits & Bytes Farm! Follow us on Facebook and bookmark this page to make it a home page on your browser. If you are new to the site, be sure to visit the Bits & Bytes Farm Home page which serves as a site map for all the information you will find on our Web site. There are Thoroughbred horses for sale, Success Stories, training and feeding advice and stories of off-the-farm adventures we have taken with our own Thoroughbreds. We are in the business of promoting the Thoroughbred breed and we feel that Thoroughbreds can be the perfect match for many kinds of riders if that match is thoughtfully made. You can find what you are looking for on this site by using the search box at the top or by using the menus and links on the pages. You can even search for Past Newz Stories by date or use our Quick Links in the right column.

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February 3rd, 2011

Imatexan’s Training Continues

imatexan_20110202_016 We have two more days of training notes for Imatexan posted under our Training Thoroughbreds menu above. Both Imatexan and Spot Run are doing extremely well with their training. Tomorrow we will be posting the diary that Katelyn has been keeping about what she is learning while training Spot Run. Go to Imatexan Begins Her Training to start reading about retraining a horse directly from the race track. Then continue on to Imatexan’s First Week in Training to see photos and videos of yesterday’s and today’s training sessions.

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May 31st, 2010

Memorial Day Weekend at Chickamauga

chickamauga-trail-ride_20100530_039Bits & Bytes Farm spends Memorial Day Weekend at Chickamauga Battlefield on a trail ride. Ride along as With Wings goes on his first trip away from the farm since arriving three weeks ago – just four weeks after his last race.

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