The horsey version of ugly ducking: Sunday Silence
On that Tuesday in Kenducky nobody could imagine that the weak foal would become a legendary racing champion with many successful offsprings.  Picture from http://pds.exblog.jp
On that Tuesday in Kenducky nobody could imagine that the weak foal would become a legendary racing champion with many successful offsprings.
Picture from http://pds.exblog.jp

Afleet Alexandra’s blog post “Moment of Silence” on Horse Collaborative is about the story of a racing legend, Sunday Silence, which did not appear that bright in the first two years of his life. This horse, which escaped death twice and was twice returned to its breeder unsold, was noticed by trainer Charlie Whittingham. His story is truly majestic and it shows that how something looks is not how actually is or will be, even when it comes to horses. You’ll find the blog post here

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