Lisa Molloy, facilities manager at New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program, led Z Fortune, who ran in the 2008 Kentucky Derby, back to the barn. The retired racehorse finished in the middle of the pack in the Derby, but he earned more than $400,000 during his career. He is now up for adoption.
Lisa Molloy, facilities manager at New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program, led Z Fortune, who ran in the 2008 Kentucky Derby, back to the barn. The retired racehorse finished in the middle of the pack in the Derby, but he earned more than $400,000 during his career. He is now up for adoption.
Lisa Molloy, facilities manager at New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program, led Z Fortune, who ran in the 2008 Kentucky Derby, back to the barn. The retired racehorse finished in the middle of the pack in the Derby, but he earned more than $400,000 during his career. He is now up for adoption.