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Made the long haul trip up to Pinjarra and back to collect Billy who officially retired from racing last Friday. He is in beautiful racing condition, just needs to put on some ‘hack fat’ to round out his athletes body. He is a gorgeous boy, very affectionate and HUGE! Getting on him is going to be fun – or more correctly hilarious for anyone watching me climb up my step ladder;) Billy is still a little bit high from his racing diet, but with some R&R and the new country environment he will relax down pretty quickly.

Getting aquainted

Getting aquainted

Whispering sweet nothings

Whispering sweet nothings

Beautiful Billy

Beautiful Billy

Standardbeds...anything but standard

Standardbeds...anything but standard

Checking out the paddock

Checking out the paddock

Out in the big paddock

Out in the big paddock

Hooning with the herd

Hooning with the herd

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One Response to “Introducing Billy”

  1. Melissa Freeman says:

    Hi. I searched Billys Gold on the net and found your blog about the trip you made to collect him when he retired. Billy was bought buy us in the middle of February this year from a family in Baldivis. He came to us named ‘Storm’. We enjoy him. I am wondering if you are able to tell me if he retired sound? Within days of him arriving we had Paul Treloar go over him and release his muscles (Paul works on horses all around the world e.g olympic performance horses etc.) On arriving home from our third weekly visit to adult riders club he showed lame in his fetlock quite possibly from his stiff back on the offside. Paul suggested that it appears he suffered a crash during racing on his offside (?). Do you have any information? Tomorrow he is having accupuncture. I hope you are happy to have heard where he is now and that he is loved.

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