Susanna Thomas, director of the Maker's Mark Secretariat Center at the Kentucky Horse Park, talked to Sullenberger, a former racehorse who was trained for a new role as a pleasure horse. "Sully" was recently adopted. Thomas and her mostly volunteer staff retrain about 40 retired racers a year for new careers.
Susanna Thomas, director of the Maker's Mark Secretariat Center at the Kentucky Horse Park, talked to Sullenberger, a former racehorse who was trained for a new role as a pleasure horse. "Sully" was recently adopted. Thomas and her mostly volunteer staff retrain about 40 retired racers a year for new careers. Herald-Leader
Susanna Thomas, director of the Maker's Mark Secretariat Center at the Kentucky Horse Park, talked to Sullenberger, a former racehorse who was trained for a new role as a pleasure horse. "Sully" was recently adopted. Thomas and her mostly volunteer staff retrain about 40 retired racers a year for new careers. Herald-Leader

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