Passion’s Revenge was originally retired by his connections at Delaware Park after a brief racing career in which he failed to break his maiden. When we restarted him he was amazing and found a home quickly as an event prospect. Unfortunately about a year later he got hurt and was returned with an accessory carpal bone fracture. This had not been properly diagnosed by his adopter and therefore was not rehabbed properly, resulting in permanent lameness as a riding horse (grrrr.)
Passion is fat and sassy- if he were a person he would be that frat boy with a beer in one hand and a lampshade on his head- the life of the party! He keeps things interesting for sure. He wants to know everyone’s business and regularly decides on some days he doesn’t want to be caught- on others you can’t keep him away.
All MAHR companion horses are up to date on vet, dental, and farrier work. We do transfer ownership and require a $1- fee and contract. They cannot be resold but must come back to MAHR in the event they are no longer needed. We will deliver them and pick them up.