OTTB: Catch Twenty One’s Headed for Horse Trials
Catch Twenty One was a popular horse long before he made his career debut in the summer of of his 2-year-old season. The giant British Columbia-bred son of Sungold was one of the first purchases of the newly formed Hastings Racing Club in 2015, selling for $29,000 at the CTHS Mixed sale. Right away, he had dozens of owners giving him attention as he prepared for racing. As a son of the multiple stakes winning mare Remarkable Miss, Catch Twenty One had the pedigree to excel on the track, but after some near misses in his first few starts, a tendon injury curtailed his career. The owners in the Hastings Club strongly supported the decision by the BC HBPA and BCTOBA, who had originally leased the horse to the Club, to donate the horse to the successful adoption group New Stride Thoroughbred Retirement Society. “He needed eight months rest,” said…
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