“Glenn” was adopted by Liz in Oklahoma in July of 2017 and she’s excited to bring him along slowly as her next active pleasure horse with an interest in jumping, dressage, and trails. He arrived safe and sound and we’ve received reports is settling in very well and is “everything [Liz] wanted and more!”
Loco for Coco is a very handsome, 6 year old Kentucky bred gelding who is related to our other horse One Diego, sharing a grandsire. Loco for Coco came to After the Races by way of Parx’s Turning for Home program and retired after bowing a tendon in January of 2017.
Thankfully we have a lot of experience with tendons and the early stages of his rehab went swimmingly. Glenn proved to be a terrific patient and is very easy going and just happy to be here. While currently enjoying daily turn out in a small paddock, Glenn only has a few more months of rehab ahead of him. His scans have been showing constant improvement and our vet is pretty optimistic while he’ll obviously always have the appearance of the bow, he should not have any hard limitations due to it!
For more information on his current status and the plan in place for his rehabilitation, feel free to contact us as I don’t always update the pages for the horses in rehab as often as I should!
Adoption to a very experienced and qualified home that is capable and willing to take over his rehab can be discussed.