We have sold countless racehorses, broodmares, green prospects, and sport horses, and those pictured here are a few that we received some feedback on. If you bought a horse at horsesales.com and would like to send a photo and status report, we would love to hear from you, just Email Us >>

Horsesales.com is the primary advertising medium for all horses in the retired thoroughbred placement program of Second Stride Inc., which has placed over 1000 retired racehorses in new homes since 2005.

2015 thoroughbred colt by Courageous Cat, sold in 2016.

"I think the Horsesales.com site that I found him on is easily the best online site for thoroughbred sales."

3 year old thoroughbred gelding by Street Sense, sold in 2014.

From the seller, "Thank you so much for the prompt and excellent service."

15 year old thoroughbred broodmare "GAILY FIELD" by CRAFTY PROSPECTOR, sold in 2013.

"Thanks so much for everything. We love your site! Third horse we've been able to sell from it!"

3 year old thoroughbred gelding by Parnell Square, partnership share sold in 2012.

"The buyer did contact me through your ad on horsesales.com. Thank you very much for all of your work and help. I will definitely use your service if I have any other horses to sell."

"Fleet Classic", thoroughbred filly sold in 2010 as an unbroke 2 year old, had a bullet work at Churchill Downs on Derby morning 2011. She's now working on breaking her maiden with a 2nd in a MdSpWt at Arlington Park on September 9, 2011, see the results chart >>
3 year old thoroughbred filly by Bellamy Road, sold in 2011.

"Thanks again for what you do. I have yet to put a horse on that has not sold. Most also sell very quickly!"

"Macedonian", thoroughbred colt sold in 2011 was a winner in his first start for his new owner.

"We are thrilled, and looking for another one!" - See the results chart >>

"W.S. Stormy Cat", thoroughbred filly sold in 2010.

"Thanks for the opportunity to advertise on your website. I had a lot of interested parties, please mark my filly SOLD."

"Bring Me Roses", thoroughbred filly sold in 2009.

The seller wrote, "I just wanted to say thanks for helping sell my 2 year old filly."

"Sliced", thoroughbred broodmare sold in 2008.

Update 2010: "Just wanted to pass on a picture of Sliced's new baby colt, born April 2nd. He's nice sized, healthy and active. Sliced is doing great as well."

"Gold Return", thoroughbred gelding sold in 2010.

The seller reports, "Only horse I've ever had three back-up buyers for after he was sold! Thanks for your help."

"Golden Moka", thoroughbred colt advertised on horsesales.com by agent Miguel Narbona and purchased in 2009 by Good Friends Stable.

Update 2010: Golden Moka WON the Prince of Wales Stakes at 1 mile 3/16 on dirt at Fort Erie Racetrack in Ontario, Canada.

"Ironic Charmer", thoroughbred filly sold by breeder Mary Anne Hockensmith of Kentucky in 2008.

Buyer Tom reports, "We ran her for the first time at Louisana Downs, 1 mile on the turf, and she ran a strong race." - See the results chart >>

"Midnight Saga", thoroughbred filly sold by Pat Kuta of Nebraska in 2008.

"The exposure at horsesales.com is very good; if you ever have one to sell, I recommend this web site. Amy is very easy to work with and I had a lot of inquiries."

"Quiet Dare", thoroughbred gelding sold by Jeanine Cumiskey of West Virginia in 2007.

"He is going to a wonderful show barn. I'm so happy for him. Thanks for all your help and your wonderful web."

"Mt. Vidmore", thoroughbred stallion sold in 2007 by Kim Smith, agent, of Kentucky. He is now standing stud in Maryland breeding for racing, dressage and other sports.
"Picasso Pal", Swedish Warmblood gelding sold by Kim Smith, agent, of Kentucky in 2007.

"I just thought I'd let you know how Picasso is doing. I absolutely LOVE him. He's so goofy...& athletic! I changed his name to Phaeton - which means "the shining one" in greek. His show name is now High Voltage. We won Beginner Novice rally & are going to Nationals next week. We also went to our first Novice CT yesterday & won that as well. We got a 24.2 in dressage. I was so excited. Everywhere we go, people always compliment him. He's very popular with the public. I took him to have a lesson with Cathy Wieschoff and she thinks he's great as well. We are going to move up to training after nationals. Just wanted to let you know that he is doing wonderful!" - Brooke

update August 2007 - "We won Pony Club Festival. We got a 26 in dressage and ended on it. Our team also won over all, and horse management." - Brooke

"Ginger", pony mare sold in 2007 by Kim Smith, agent, of Kentucky.

October 2007 - Buyer Susan Foster of Fox Penny Farm in Vermont reports, "Ginger has been great. We have used her in beginner kids' lessons. My granddaughter was here for two months (up from Florida) and had a great time with her."

"Golden Strategy", thoroughbred stallion sold by Miguel Narbona of Panama in 2007.

Golden Strategy was purchased by Gainesway Farm and Joe Cornacchia, and has proven himself in the US with a 3rd in the 1 mile 1/8 Mecke H. (off the turf) at Calder, a 3rd in the 1 mile 1/2 G3 Kentucky Cup Turf at Kentucky Downs, and STAKES WINS in the 2 mile Turf Marathon H. at Calder (off the turf), and by nearly 12 lengths in the 1 mile 1/16 Jackie Wackie S. at Calder (off the turf), in 2007.

"Wasioto", thoroughbred mare sold in 2003 by Bob Berger of Kentucky.

A WINNER for his new owner in Texas, at Sam Houston Race Course, January, 2004, and at Retama Park, September, 2004.

"Bad Boy Bob", thoroughbred gelding placed with a young rider in March 2007. Sold by Moserwood Farms of Kentucky. "My sister and my dad and I really love him. We rode him out on the trail today for the first time, and other than being a little antsy at the four wheelers he was fine - we will work with him on that. He is so honest in the ring, he loves to please and loves being a pet."
"Degen", Oldenburg gelding, sport horse prospect sold by Mimi Barnes in March 2007.

"Your site is great - it generated far more real prospects than any of the other sites I have used. I discovered horsesales.com when I bought my horse "Scheme" from it."

"Dawn Fashion", thoroughbred broodmare purchased by Hilltop Farm in Virginia, pictured with her 2003 Waquoit filly, "Quoit the Fashion".
"Full Moon Cat", thoroughbred gelding, racing prospect sold by Mike Padilla in July 2006.

Full Moon Cat won his first start for buyers Pat Kuta and David Grimes at Columbus Park, in Nebraska.

"Boxelder", yearling thoroughbred colt, a racing prospect sold by Moserwood Farms to a buyer in California.

Boxelder won his second start, a Maiden Allowance in California, for his new owner. In 2007 he is running in stakes company at Golden Gate Fields and finished 2nd in the Alcatraz S. going 1 mile 1/16 on turf.

"Sir Stormy Star", 2 year old AQHA colt, eventing prospect sold by Theresa Lyons' Upton Acres in June 2005, to Leesburg Farm in Lexington, Kentucky.
"Cockney Can Man", thoroughbred gelding sold June 2005 by Carla and Bill Denzik, Jr. of Kentucky.

Broke maiden in 3rd lifetime start, for $50,000 claiming at Churchill Downs 6/11/05, for new owners John and Joe Iracane, William Frye and Todd Penrod, trainer Steve Margolis.

"Bomb Site", thoroughbred gelding and successful Kentucky Allowance level racehorse, retired from racing and sold by agent Moserwood Farms in 2004 for owner Paul Saylor of Kentucky.

"All the kids and their friends fight for first riding rights...especially when they swim the horses in the river."

"Wild Over You", thoroughbred mare sold in 2004 by Murray Johnson of Kentucky.

A WINNER for his new owner in Texas at Lone Star Park, May, 2004.

"Roar Away", thoroughbred gelding sold in 2004 by William and Shirley Hardesty of Kentucky.

A WINNER for his new owner in Texas at Retama Park, August, 2004.

"Freedom Walk", thoroughbred gelding sold in 2003 by Gary Gray of Kentucky.

A WINNER for his new owner at Sam Houston Race Course in Texas, January, 2004.

"Deroleo", thoroughbred gelding sold in 2004 by Ken Hickman of Kentucky.

A WINNER for his new owner at Retama Park in Texas, September, 2004.

"Brighton Bull", 2 year old thoroughbred gelding by Magic Prospect, sold by Bill & Carla Denzik in 2004

Buyer Andrew McKeever reports, "he earned much of his purchase price in his first start for us in July 2004 at Churchill Downs, and proved to be exactly as advertised."

Update November 2004 - Brighton Bull won easily at Churchill Downs, Purse: $32,500.

Foal out of "Hail To Spark", thoroughbred mare sold in 2002 by Mary Anne Hockensmith of Kentucky

Buyer Lisa Marie Frank of Orchard View Sporthorses writes, "This foal is the most beautiful foal I have seen in a long time. We are very pleased with how she turned out. We will be showing her at Upperville in June and will post more pictures and the status of her winnings on our web site at www.orchardviewsporthorses.com. She is by Balta'Czar, a Dutch Warmblood (RPSI registered). Hail To Spark is doing very well, and so is Cassie."

update June 2004 - Hail to Spark's filly Be Czar'castic won her Fillies of 2004 class at Morven Park Sporthorse Breed Show ("A" rated Dressage Breed Show) and placed 6th out of 13 foals (Colts & Fillies) at Upperville ("AA" rated World Hunter Show) in the Non-TB foals class, beating foals handled by some the nation's top handlers!

"Mister Dickens" thoroughbred colt by Mister Baileys, sold by Sam Houston in 2002

Buyer Mohammed Al Jamali of Dubai reports, "Mister Dickens won The Greenline Cup Handicap in Dubai, Saudi Arabia at Nad Al Sheba Race Course on 1/22/04."

"Craft Brewin" thoroughbred gelding, sold in 2002 by Winston Skaggs

Buyers Anne and Bill McGuire reported on their success, "Craft Brewin has five seconds and one fourth in a stakes here in Kansas."

"Go High" thoroughbred mare, retired from racing and sold by William Bradley in 2003 as a broodmare and show prospect

Buyer Brooke Carpenter of New Mexico comments, "She is doing wonderful and I am very happy with her. Thanks so much for helping me find a great mare."

"Native Indy" yearling thoroughbred colt by Indy Mood, sold for Donna Singleton by agent Kim Smith, May 2003

buyer Mike Carney of California writes,"I am glad and privileged to have him out here and again, thank you both - Donna, for a great job of breeding and bringing this guy up and you Kim for all your assistance."

"Cam" thoroughbred gelding, retired from racing and sold by Moserwood Farms January 2003 as an eventing prospect

Buyer Susan Foster of Fox Penny Farm in Vermont comments, "Cam is everything you advertised him to be. He is sweet, easy to work around and quite a lovely boy. We are very happy with him and hope to do business with you again in the future." Cam will be trained by Kelly C. Foster, 2002 Area 1 Training Rider Champion (Eventing), ranked 6th nationally.

"Henry" thoroughbred gelding, training level event horse sold by Ariatti Equestrian Services, January 2003

buyer "Cara" of Wisconsin writes,"thanks again and tell the sellers that their horse is happy in his new home."

In another update from Cara May 2003, "The other day we had our first horse show. It was a two day schooling show, and we showed both days. We won 11 ribbons out of 14 classes. I wanted to tell you how our first show was, and to say that you helped me find my horse of my dreams, I love him alot! Thank you so much!!"

"Handsome Turk" thoroughbred gelding, retired from racing and sold by Shannon Zuver in 2002 as a dressage prospect

Handsome Turk is pictured here with his new owner Julie McWhirter, who reports great progress in his ability to collect for dressage movements

"Pong" thoroughbred gelding, retired from racing with a bowed tendon and sold by William Bradley as a show hunter prospect

buyer Betsy Burton of Virginia (who bought him as a resale project) comments, "Pong ended up in Mississippi leading the "A" circuit children's hunters there. He has a great life and is a star."


"Eight DB" thoroughbred gelding, retired from racing and sold by Tom Van Berg as a trail prospect in 2001

buyer Pat Pace comments, "Eight DB continues to be the perfect horse. He's enjoying retirement and has turned into an exemplary trail horse."

2002 thoroughbred colt by Cape Town, sold by Greenhill Racing at Keeneland January 2003

after a promotional ad on the Horsesales.com site prior to the sale, the colt sold for $70,000 at an auction filled with RNA's


"Bentucky" thoroughbred gelding by Boundary, sold by Danny Bird as an unraced 2 year old, spring 2002

buyer 30 West Racing Stable of Pennsylvania reports that Bentucky continues to race consistently, broke his maiden at MdSpWt level as a 2 year old, won two allowance races and finished 2nd by 1/2 length in a stake race as a 3 year old in 2003

"Denzil'sfirstbaby" thoroughbred mare by Iroquois Park, sold by Denzil Brooks early in 2002 after racing at the $5000 level in Kentucky

buyer Kevin Joy of New England reports that Denzil'sfirstbaby won at Suffolk Downs at the $10,000 claiming level April 6, 2002, and has continued to race successfully through 2002 and 2003.

"Sleety" thoroughbred filly by Seattle Sleet, sold by Fred Bradley as a green broke 2 year old

buyer Theresa Horky of New England reports that Sleety broke her maiden at MdSpWt level at Suffolk Downs. She continues to race regularly and has earned $78,693 through June 2004!

"Merlin's Dancer" thoroughbred mare by Hermitage, sold by Charles Zeidler as an unraced, unbroke 3 year old

buyer Steve Breshear of North Carolina reports that Merlin's Dancer delivered a gorgeous colt by Northern Afleet in 2002, and is back in foal due 2003

"Mayo Lane" thoroughbred mare, sold by Falkon Stable

Mayo Lane delivered a beautiful foal by Class Secret in 1999 for her buyer who is pictured with mare and foal at left

"Faster Faster" thoroughbred gelding, retired from racing and sold by Glen Harrington as a show prospect

buyer Maureen Saia of New York comments, "Faster Faster (we call him "Mac") was eventing the very first summer we had him."

"Selari's Song" thoroughbred mare, sold by Moserwood Farms, and "Grooms Mistake" thoroughbred mare, sold by Jan Pace

buyer Mohammed Al Jamali of U.A.E. reports Selari's Song in foal to Concience Clear and Grooms Mistake in foal to Fast Play, both due 2003

"Kora's Pearl" thoroughbred mare and her 2002 thoroughbred filly, sold by Mary Ann Hockensmith in 2002

buyer Lisa Frank of Virginia writes "Pearl (the baby) has turned into a bold, curious, little one and is wonderful around my children. Kora is such the sweetie, will be bred to a Dutch Warmblood stallion in 2003."

update June 2004 - "Comstock Pearl (2002 filly out of Kora's Pearl) won her 2 year old TB fillies class at Upperville ("AA" rated World Hunter Show)! Kora's Pearl is pregnant again - took right off the bat this year on first cover, and we are hoping for a lovely TB foal next year from her."

"Hoss" thoroughbred gelding, retired from racing and sold by Sam Houston in 2002 as a sport horse prospect

buyer Christy Finn writes that "we call him Giddeon, he is doing wonderful - working on dressage and over fences. He truly is a gem"

"Cozy River" thoroughbred mare by River Special, sold by Ben-Mar Farms

Seller Jeanette Varghese of Kentucky sent us this comment about her experience advertising at Horsesales, "Cozy sold in 5 days after listing on your site, to a cash buyer from Wisconsin who is still thanking me - Now that's FAST!"

"Exceptional Ruler" thoroughbred mare by Conte de Savoya out of Exception to Rule, sold by Larry Moore as a 2 year old racing prospect

buyer Michael Padilla successfully raced her at Sunland Park in New Mexico before breeding her, and recently sent us this photo of her yearling filly by Devil Begone.

"Ideratherwin", thoroughbred mare by Ide, sold by Falkon Stable

buyer Dale Jones of North Carolina sent us this update, spring 2003 - "The mare we bought from Falkon Stable delivered a beautiful colt by the great Steeplechase horse "Prime Legacy". She has been a wonderful mare."

"Doug The Slug", thoroughbred gelding by Avies Copy, sold by Humes Racing Stable

Doug The Slug won his first time out for his new owners, at Assiniboia Downs in June 2003, earning back his purchase price plus a profit.

"Retail", thoroughbred gelding by Wallenda, sold by Jack Langston of Louisville, KY

Jennifer Wayne of Louisville bought Retail in 2002 at age 6 after his retirement from racing, and in 2003 they are jumping 2'6" courses.

2 year old thoroughbred gelding by Cat's Career, sold by John Shelley of Kentucky

"Just wanted to let you know that the Cat's Career gelding sold immediately. Thanks for your great service!"


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