Breyer Bull In The Heather Resin Horse benefits Old Friends a Kentucky Facility for Retired Thoroughbreds. This model embodies the reason for treating our aging equine athletes with respect and care.
What happens to race horses at the end of their careers? Those not lucky enough to be retired with dignity sometimes end up in slaughterhouses like 1986 Kentucky Derby winner Ferdinand. Old Friends featured in People magazine for the work they do saves Thoroughbreds from such tragic fates.
Ferdinands son Bull in the Heather an ambassador for Old Friends is a living reminder to take better care of aging equine athletes. An upset winner in the 1993 Florida Derby "Bully" came to the retirement facility with such poor feet that he must wear expensive therapeutic shoes. At 21 the grey stallion enjoys daily back rubs and showing visitors his lovable personality.
This benefit model is crafted of artists resin and stands approximately 5 inches high.A portion of the proceeds go to Old Friends a Kentucky Facility for Retired Thoroughbreds.
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