Fantastic re-homing for Faltastic
Sep 07, 2016
Former Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock owned and Mick Kent trained gelding Faltastic is currently enjoying life as a re-homed thoroughbred.
And he is enjoying it that much, he has turned very good racing skills into being very good in the equestrian field.
Last weekend at his very first show at Finley, he won Reserve Champion under the care of his new owner, Samantha Strano.
With re-homing a huge focus in racing, and something that Australian Thorougbred Bloodstock take very seriously, we were delighted when Lee Purchase from Darren Weir Racing sent us through the attached photo.
Lee herself is one of the best in the business at re-homing thoroughbreds; her efforts widely acclaimed throughout Victoria with many Weir trained thoroughbreds finding forever homes.
Faltastic retired because of injury in July 2014, after winning four races and just over $75,000 in stake earnings.
His racing prowess and results, while not at the top level will be forever etched among racing's history books, but more importantly the word 'forever' sees him happy and re-homed with his loving new owner.