Z Fortune, who ran in the 2008 Kentucky Derby and earned almost $500,000 on the track, was fed a treat recently by Lisa Molly, facilities manager at New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program on Haley Road. The Thoroughbred was given up for adoption when he was no longer able to run.
Z Fortune, who ran in the 2008 Kentucky Derby and earned almost $500,000 on the track, was fed a treat recently by Lisa Molly, facilities manager at New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program on Haley Road. The Thoroughbred was given up for adoption when he was no longer able to run.
Z Fortune, who ran in the 2008 Kentucky Derby and earned almost $500,000 on the track, was fed a treat recently by Lisa Molly, facilities manager at New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program on Haley Road. The Thoroughbred was given up for adoption when he was no longer able to run.

Z Fortune lucky again, finds new home

May 17, 2011 12:00 AM

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