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Meet Burnt Tree!Return to list
A stunning beauty!

Burnt Tree

Burnt Tree

Farm Name: BeeTee

Dark (very dark) bay or brown gelding foaled March 30, 2010 in KY

By: More Than Ready - Grandmas' Girl, by Miesque's Son

Height: 16 hands

Career Statistics: 16 starts - 2 wins, 0 seconds, 3 thirds; total earnings = $27,303

Meet Burnt Tree or BeeTee as we call him on the farm. He is a stunning beauty! Even though it's nearly December, BeeTee has a beautiful (almost black) coat. Just picture how sleek and stunning he'll be when he sheds out next spring. In addition to his natural glowing coat, he's also a handsome handsome boy. With a lovely expression very well-balanced conformation, he will catch any judge's eye.


After spending three years on the track and racing at many of the country's premier tracks, BeeTee sprained an ankle. Rather than risk further injury, his owners decided it was time for him to find a new career. He was donated to Second Call and will be available for adoption after a short transition program. So far, he's been a wonderful addition to the farm herd. He is friendly, social, and fits right in with everyone in the group. He's been great for the farrier and any other tasks that were asked of him. We expect him to be ready to go soon.


BeeTee has been accepted into Rutgers University's Ag Field Day program. This is an opportunity for college students to work with the horses up close and personal. Over the course of the semester, students and horses get to know each other and learn how to work with each other. At the end of the semester, students get a chance to show off what they've learned in an event called Ag Field Day. This year, the horses will be shown to the public on April 30, 2016. For more information, click here to learn more.


Happy fellaHappy at the fence


BeeTee in his pasture




Best use: Burnt Tree would be most suitable for any discipline on the flat.

Rider Level: Intermediate to Expert

Interested parties, please contact Laurie Condurso-Lane at


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