Wow! Congratulations! Timmy looks really good. Wasn't he kind of awkward as a foal or something?
That's why he's named Timmy (short for Tiny Tim!) He was born with contracted tendons and when we gave him tetracycline to relax the tendons, they over-relaxed and turned to jelly. It took a few weeks for him to strengthen back up and then he looked great. I quit calling him Tiny Tim and changed it to Timmy. (he was always really cute despite any of that... I never lacked faith that he would turn out OK)
I think Dad told me that he had won a race at Suffolk. Great news!
That's really neat and is a note-worthy testament to your abilities as horsewoman. I think we need to put that win picture on the Graduates page of your website.
I won money on him just this weekend at Suffolk Downs, googled him out of curiosity and found your blog--congratulations on a fine race horse! He goes out and gets the job done and looks good doing it :-)
Glad to hear it, Badriyaz! I have a 2 year old half sister to him at Calder named Tall Priority. Hopefully she will be running soon and make me some money!
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