Short Squeeze, a half-brother of Barbaro who was headed for the slaughterhouse, now has a home in Johnstown, Pa., thanks in part to Bev Dee, left, who helped in his rescue, and owner Nicole Shaw.
Short Squeeze, a half-brother of Barbaro who was headed for the slaughterhouse, now has a home in Johnstown, Pa., thanks in part to Bev Dee, left, who helped in his rescue, and owner Nicole Shaw.
Short Squeeze, a half-brother of Barbaro who was headed for the slaughterhouse, now has a home in Johnstown, Pa., thanks in part to Bev Dee, left, who helped in his rescue, and owner Nicole Shaw.

Barbaro inspired fans to rescue Thoroughbreds

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