THE
HORSES
of
DAMROCK
FARM
FORMER RESIDENTS
Ruby's Escort
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horse.  At the same time, our daughter's riding skills had surpassed the
abilities of her first horse and we were looking for one for her to move
and two days later Rubix was in our barn.  The rest is history.  

For the past 12 years, Rubix has been our daughter's primary riding
horse and best friend. Though Rubix did not want to race, he had no
issues with becoming a wonderful trail horse and jumper.  He is still with
Bethany, now living in Cobleskill, NY and very much loved.  
Visions of Money
Visions of Money, who goes by the barn name of Joey, was born on our
farm.  A son of my long time riding partner and now companion horse,
Splash, I intended for Joey to eventually take Splash's place as my
everyday riding horse.  However, with my time taken up with new mares
and foals on the property, Joey become mostly a pasture ornament and
his training stalled.  I sent him to spend the winter at a friend's farm
where he could advance his training and be ridden on a daily basis.  

While at
J.E.M Farm Joey met his soul-mate, Lonnie, and the decision
was eventually made to make both Joey and Lonnie happy, letting Joey
remain at JEM Farm with Lonnie, his wife Tina and daughter Bella.  I
would like to take this opportunity to thank the LaCounts for giving Joey
the wonderful home he deserves.
The Donald Problem
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The Donald Problem, better known as Donny, is by Dublin
and out of our good mare,
Honey Mou.  Donny has now gone
on to his destined career as a race horse and is in training at
Belmont Park
Downtown at Noon
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Hollaback
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brought her home for the minimum accepted bid.  In the first picture
above, it's obvious why no one was interested in this poor, neglected
brought her home for the minimum accepted bid.  In the first picture
groceries and good care couldn't fix.  The gamble really paid off, as
above, it's obvious why no one was interested in this poor, neglected is
pictured at the Fasig-Tipton October sale a year later.  Holly has just is
pictured at the Fasig-Tipton October sale a year later.  Holly has just
started racing in NY and had a 2nd place finish her third time out.  
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not garner a bid.  Her owner only wanted her to have a good home, so
she came here to be a companion for Holly.  Cute as a button and
auction as Holly.  Though nicely prepped, she toed out in front and did
super sweet, Molly never grew past 14 hands.  I felt she did not have
the personality to be happy at the track so she was placed as "retired
lesson horse.  Her picture above is one of her first times under saddle.  
Honey Mou
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broodmare band.  A four time winner of over $125,000, Moo produced
one awesome colt for us who is currently in training at Belmont Park in
NY. Unfortunately, Honey Mou suffered a severe dystocia with her
second foal.  Our much anticipated
Freud colt was not able to be
saved and Moo spent a week at Rood & Riddle Equine Clinic, then
several months recovering.  

Though she is only eight years old, we made the hard decision to
retire her from breeding and give her a new career.  Honey Mou now
belongs to Lauren Anderson and is a much loved hunter/jumper show
horse as well as giving lessons and trail riding.  Thank you Lauren for
giving this sweet girl such a great home!
Noonmark and out of Downtown Daria.  
Abby is currently in training at
Finger
racing debut later this fall under the
tutelage of Lauren Linn.