Kramer (Trottin First) is a registered off track Standardbred born 04/16/1993. He is a senior, but don't let that fool you. This big boy came to rescue starved, with a severe case of thrush, and he still had energy and drive. He was completely determined to recover, and he has recovered beautifully! Kramer is a picky eater, but he thrives on Triple Crown Complete. He does need a high fat diet to maintain his weight, but the effort is well worth it. He is broke to ride and drive, and his foster mom describes him as a complete love. His demeanor is such that he is suitable for those who are beginners at horsemanship as Kramer has that been there, done that attitude and will let you learn how to care for hooves and groom, and tack up on him with no complaint. Kramer is adoptable! Go to www.safeharborsanctuary.org to apply to adopt today.
His adoption fee is set at our After The Track minimum of $300. This boy is a true gem, and the amount of love he can bring to your life is priceless.
Why a Standardbred???
From the time they are yearlings nearly every After the Track Standardbred is:
|TROTTIN' FIRST (M3650, G) |
DARVIN - HOMESICK SUE - HOMESICK
|Foaling Place:||CROSWELL MI||Color:||Bay|
|Death Date:||S&D Last Year:|
|Markings:||FAINT STAR; LEFT HIND PASTERN WHITE.||Parent Verified:||Yes|
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