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Meet Pot Roast!Return to list
Yup. That's his name!


Pot Roast (KY)

Farm Name: PR

Dark bay or brown gelding foaled April 9, 2010

By: Purim - Bye Love, by Hennessy

Career Statistics: 11 starts - 1 win, 1 second, 2 thirds; total earnings = $12,905

Well, what Pot Roast lacks in the win column, he has accumulated in frequent flyer miles. Born in Kentucky, he initially made his way to the west coast for his debut. He galloped onto the racing scene on December 1, 2013 late in his three-year old year. Even though he was a late bloomer, his connections still thought very highly of him. He made his first start in Maiden Special Weight company at Hollywood Park. He didn't seem to like the going very much, finishing last in the field. Pot Roast was entered right back in another Maiden Claiming event at Santa Anita. Unfortunately, the result wasn't much better. He showed a bit of speed, but tired to be next to last at the finish.


Next, his stable came east for the winter and Pot Roast set up camp at Tampa Bay Downs for the winter. He finished a sharp second in his first start at Tampa Bay - showing a burst of speed and a bit of talent. He ran one more time at Tampa Bay and then was off to Arlington Park in Chicago. Three starts later, he was back at Tampa Bay - maybe his favorite track - where he finally won his first race. But no time to settle in. He was shipped off to Monmouth Park a month after his first win.


The Monmouth track didn't agree with him and he suffered a few bumps and bruises that brought his racing career to a close. Pot Roast is currently at our rehab facility and will soon be available for adoption from one of our blue ribbon training programs.



Pot Roast and one of his former stablemates, Nic N Jr., have both been selected to compete in the 2016 Retired Racehorse Makeover Project. This is a thrill for the horses and our organization as it is an opportunity to prove yet again just how versitle the Thoroughbred race horse can be. Click here for more information and to follow these exciting competitors!!



Pot Roast


Best use: Any

Rider Level: Intermediate to Expert

Interested parties, please contact Laurie Condurso-Lane at


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