War Eagle’s Love won her first race ever at Keeneland on Friday, October 13, 2017. She was an inexpensive purchase, bought for $2,700 by Bryan Waldridge of Georgetown, who volunteers veterinary services at Old Friends Equine, a retirement home for Thoroughbreds. Waldridge held the filly while she was jumping and skipping outside her barn at The Thoroughbred Center two mornings after the race.
War Eagle’s Love won her first race ever at Keeneland on Friday, October 13, 2017. She was an inexpensive purchase, bought for $2,700 by Bryan Waldridge of Georgetown, who volunteers veterinary services at Old Friends Equine, a retirement home for Thoroughbreds. Waldridge held the filly while she was jumping and skipping outside her barn at The Thoroughbred Center two mornings after the race. Maryjean Wall
War Eagle’s Love won her first race ever at Keeneland on Friday, October 13, 2017. She was an inexpensive purchase, bought for $2,700 by Bryan Waldridge of Georgetown, who volunteers veterinary services at Old Friends Equine, a retirement home for Thoroughbreds. Waldridge held the filly while she was jumping and skipping outside her barn at The Thoroughbred Center two mornings after the race. Maryjean Wall

Owner got what he deserved when his $2,700 filly won at Keeneland

October 17, 2017 01:07 PM