This Freestyle Reining Winner Pays Homage To Ex-Racehorses
Their performance drag a lot of attention, especially in the world of Quarter Horse Racing, because it showed how Quarter Horses can have a second careers. Although that sport is not as much popular as Thoroughbred racing is, it still deserves respect, because many Quarter horses are trained to race. After their career ends, while they are still young, their owner gets a horse who will no longer bring him prize money. That`s why many owners of Quarter Horses are trying to find a new home for their retired horse.
When it comes to that point, racehorse rehoming organizations are the ones who come in the game. For example, LOPE Texas, are helping those horses to find suitable adoptive homes that will help him to start a new careers. These kind of organizations are highly important to the racing industry.
It`s an incredible challenge to re-home a former racing horse and you must give him a proper training, so that he can become reliable for everyday riding. Most often, these horses have successful careers in jumping, reining, trail riding and other disciplines.