Queens Honor – Has been Retired from racing. She is looking for a new home and career. If you are interested, please contact email@example.com
Here is Queen on May 21 galloping at Woodbine.
First career start was a good one. She had a nice trip and showed great ability through the turn.
2017 she is a 3 year old! Training at Woodbine
Happy Holidays from Queens Honor
Enjoy this Queens Honor Tribute video.
OCTOBER 11 Queens Honor breezed 1/2 out the gate. This is a video of Queens Honor in her workout this morning. She breezed from the gate, so we pick her up at the top of the stretch finishing her 1/2 and galloping out 5/8.s and then some!!
SEPT 4 PHOTO ALBUM- QUEENS HONOR has been breezing for 3 weeks now and she is developing and maturing nicely.
AUGUST UPDATES- Queens Honor is breezing weekly on her path to fitness. She is training forwardly and like a professional. We are pleased with her progress and development to date.
Here she is Aug, 23, breezing a 1/4 mile in company.
JULY UPDATES – Queens Honor is training in Fort Erie and doing very well. She is on the outside galloping in company with another horse.
We have purchased a lovely filly from the Fasig Tipton Maryland 2 year old in training sale. We are delighted with her, she is a good size with nice scope, good neck & shoulders and is a very athletic individual. Her breeze for the sale last week was very impressive, covering one eight in 10.3 in a very comfortable fashion.
Both Francine and I are very excited for the group and for everyone to come out to meet your horse!
Her sire To Honor and Serve – you can see in pedigree chart, his lineage goes back to our Canadian champion Northern Dancer!
JUNE TRAINING DAYS AT FORT ERIE! “Queens Honor has settled in nicely. She is galloping a mile daily with Sundays off. I have let her have a strong gallop ,also called a 2 minute lick, for 1/8 of a mile (15 seconds) 2x a week now and she has handled it well. Queen went to the starting gate 2 times just to get acquainted with it and did it very impressively. Many horses are nervous about entering the starting gate at first, but she walked right in and stood perfectly. I have to say that I am quite impressed with her stride while galloping. She is very smooth and covers a lot of ground. My goal with her at this point is to get some miles under her belt and for her to relax a bit and become familiar with her new daily routine.”