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February 11th, 2010

Bounced Arrives OK in OK

bounced_20100211_1_500Bounced arrives OK in OK after a snowy ride. Read More . . . Read the latest update on recently off-the-track Thoroughbred Reign Day. Day Three has been posted and Day Four and Five will be posted tomorrow.

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October 5th, 2009

Thoroughbreds Just Wanta Have Fun!

Five Thoroughbreds from Bits & Bytes Farm loaded up in the dark to head to Kingston Downs (home of the Atlanta Steeplechase) in Kingston, GA for the In Unison Farm Fall Hunter Pace. We met up with one of our newly placed Prospect Horses sold directly from the track just four weeks ago – Cortableau! We also got a live update on one of our former Bits & Bytes Farm horses – Baileysontherocks.

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May 17th, 2009

Happiness is Riding an Ex-Racer


Children and off-the-track Thoroughbreds. Our horses seem to understand children and they seem to be extra careful with them. Here are a few photos take this past week at Bits & Bytes Farm.

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March 29th, 2009

Another Photo Gallery

Here is another example of the kind of photo galleries you will find on our new section of the Bits & Bytes Farm Web site.

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022307 – Canton – Elizabeth wood, co-owner of Bits and Bytes Farm, talks to one of her horses while exercising him friday afternoon. Wood and Barry Zuber (not shown) rescue thoroughbred horses from the racetracks that have been cast aside due to age or not winning races. The horses would otherwise be sent to slaughter houses. photo by RENEE BROCK / SPECIAL

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