We believe we price our TBs quite competitively for their retraining. Reasonable offers are always welcome.
$ = $0 - 2,500
$$ = $2,501 - 3,500
$$$ = $3,501 - 5,000
$$$$ = $5,001 - 10,000
$$$$$ = $10,000+
We do not offer payment plans, sorry. Our horses are for sale, they are NOT for lease.
If you are ready to buy your new horse, we welcome you to come out and sit on our TBs. There are of course exceptions: horse is listed at the racetrack, horse is listed as requiring rehab, horse is listed as unbroke, etc. We know this is a big decision and we want you to be as confident as possible this is a good fit so we do welcome people to come out for a couple of rides.
We do NOT allow our horses to go out on trial.
Yes, you are able to resell your Brookwood Farm Sport Horse Thoroughbred. We do ask that you contact us and give us the first right of refusal, it's included in our Bill of Sale. You are not allowed to sell the horse at public auction for less than $1,000.00 (one-thousand us dollars). We offer to assist in marketing your Brookwood Graduate via our social media channels and website.
We also offer Consignment Sale services if that is a more desirable route.
If you purchase a Brookwood Thoroughbred eligible for the Retired Racehorse Project's Thoroughbred Makeover and you decide to compete said Horse at the Thoroughbred Makeover, we will cover the standard stabling fee at the event.
We do accept deposits on our horses once you decide you are ready to buy. Deposits are fully refundable. They give you first right of refusal on purchasing the horse within the time frame noted on the deposit agreement. This is to allow for such things as scheduling a pre-purchase exam, arranging shipping, confirming stabling for the new horse.
Once the paperwork is signed and the sale is complete, your new Brookwood Graduate is able to stay with us for 5 calendar days free of charge. After midnight ET on the fifth day we will charge a day rate for board as outlined in your purchase agreement. Shipping fees and any additional feed (beyond the one bag we supply) are the buyer's responsibility.
Sweetie is an easy-going mare sired by Langfuhr. Sound with no vices and currently barefoot. Sweetie is halter broke with decent ground manners which means she never raced. Given her large bone and height her owner let her mature before putting any pressure on her. Ideally she would like to see Sweetie in a sport horse home where she is loved and cherished.
Listing for a friend: Max is an easy-going guy who retired sound from racing in the fall of 2011. He had 23 starts, was not started until he was 4 years old and retired when he was 6 years old. Since retirement he has been hanging out being a horse. His owner is preparing to sell their farm and needs him to find a great home.
Listing for a friend: Sweetheart is just that, a total sweetheart. She was lightly raced and retired to her breeders farm with only 10 starts. Her legs appear clean and are cold and tight. Not marish at all. Sweetheart has not been bred. Would be a fun project for someone to bring along. Sired by Langfuhr who is known for producing athletic sport horses.