All too often well bred, well trained show horses end up at kill sales, for one reason or another. This is the story of how one American Quarter Horse got a second chance at life. TJ’s story started (when he was foaled) on April 23, 2006 in Angleton, TX.

View his pedigree.

I started this blog to let people from TJ’s past, that still care about him know that he’s alive and well; to update his new fans on his progress and maybe find out what happened to him during the first 7 years of his life.

2 thoughts on “Home

    Pamela Britton-Baer said:
    October 22, 2015 at 8:46 am

    You and I share the same story. My horse came from the kill pen with horrific behavioral issues. (I have the scars to prove it). He was reining trained. He now has AQHA points after a long, uphill battle. I reconnected with his breeder thanks to Facebook. She gave me his back story and continues to support me. I wish you luck with yours!

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      Lisa Cameron said:
      October 22, 2015 at 4:00 pm

      That’s great that the breeder is able to help you. I found TJs breeder but she ignores me. I’m 99% sure I found his trainer (who was more than willing to PM with me until he found out I had questions about TJ). Leads me to believe what was done to him was on purpose and everybody is keeping their mouths shut. I’m not looking to get anyone in trouble. What’s done is done, but if I knew what happened I might be able to help him better.

      Best of luck with yours.


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