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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2012 11:41 am 
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It is now 10 days since "Krem" came here and it is amazing to see the 2 1/2 sisters so bonded. They are getting along just like they are the best of friends. Thanks for finding her for me!


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Glad that you and the mare are happy!


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Glad she made it safely!!! :D

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Krem is still doing great - but I had to let Cutie - Cute Show - go to the rainbow bridge. She had taken a fall just before Krem came here and she injured her hipl. It was just a progression and I was watching her quality of life falling away, and I would not let her go thru that. So she has been gone about a week now and Krem has realized that Cutie is not coming to be by her and now she is settled and accepting. Now to get her looking like a million bucks!!!


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Oh I'm so sorry. But I'm so glad you were able to give her a great retirement home. Heaven knows she earned it! Best to Kremlin, I know she'll be happy there.

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achinjrt wrote:
Krem is still doing great - but I had to let Cutie - Cute Show - go to the rainbow bridge. She had taken a fall just before Krem came here and she injured her hipl. It was just a progression and I was watching her quality of life falling away, and I would not let her go thru that. So she has been gone about a week now and Krem has realized that Cutie is not coming to be by her and now she is settled and accepting. Now to get her looking like a million bucks!!!


Sorry for you loss ...

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Update - Kremlin Secretary is doing great! She has gained about 200 pounds and is looking alot better. She is very secure in a 40 x 40 pipe corral and does not see a thing out of her left eye. She has a run in shed and spends most of the time in there - I think it is a security thing for her. Thanks for helping me find her - I was upset about her sister Cute Show - but she has filled that void!


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I own Kremlin Secretary's grandaughter "Gold Scammer". She has four foals to date, two are racing, one is stakes placed. Her two year old is in training and the yearling will go to the starting farm this month. Alas, she slipped her '12 Henny Hughes in late January, but she's in foal to Freud. I PM'd you....would love to chat more...


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Justmares - sorry I have not gotten to you - busy busy. Krem is doing great - has gained alot of weight and is easy to care for. My next couple of weeks are full - dog shows - volunteering for driving events at KHP - and the Secretariat Festival. Will try to talk soon. Leslie


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Just wanted to tell you all that Krem is doing great. With winter ahead she has gained alot of weight and she seems very happy. She knows where the pipe panels are and does not seem to want any more area for herself.
I wanted to bump this thread to the top so folks will keep there eyes open for the few Secretariat offspring that are out there. Please contact me if they need a home - or just drop me a note that they are still alive and happy. Penny Chenery and Kate Tweedy do love to here about all that are left from Big Red and remember that next year is 40 years from that unbelievable Triple Crown run by him.
Leslie


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I have two Tinners Way's fillies for sale and a 3 year old gelding. We have two left to get to the track, one is a yearling who is Tinners last foal.

The fillies both had minor training injuries and are now 100% sound. Solid pedigrees on them both. Please PM for additional information and photos.


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My dear Kremlin Secretary passed over the Rainbow Bridge today - my time with her was way too short - but I know that these months were great for her. She gained some weight and was safe and secure due to her blindness. She will be very missed.


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So sorry to hear of your loss. Bless you for loving and caring for her.


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Still looking for any leads to direct Secretariat offspring - retirement home available here.


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What happened to Cosmetology,I sold her to Texas almost 10 years ago,I had rescued her from starvation in florida then...

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