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Excerpt from the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Newsletter, from Robin Williams, Coordinator

Adoptions –
    Devereux, a 15-year-old dark brown gelding with an arthritic ankle,
has been adopted by Pam Harvey and Troy Peery, also great supporters of
the TRF. Devereux will soon be moved to their King George County farm,
where he will join other pensioners and rescued horses who flourish
under Pam’s loving and comprehensive care.
   According to our horse researcher, Anne Tucker, Devereux raced for six
years, earning $250,000. His best year was in 2000, when, at seven, he
won four races, equaled a course record at Pimlico and set a new course
record at Colonial Downs. The following year he was winless and had
earnings of $1,130, so that is apparently when his ankle flared up.

If you are interested in finding out more information or would like to involved with the cause, please visit the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation at James River website.