Meet our model: Cori
This holiday season, one adorable gelding in central Kentucky will be requesting that Santa will bring him something special. Something that’s a little too big for a stocking.
Meet Cori, a stunning 4-year-old Thoroughbred who ended his racing career this summer. A son of Corinthian, Cori wasn’t a winner on the track but the staff at New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program tell us he’s a winner on the trails. This winter, he’s hoping Santa will deliver him an intermediate rider who will give him a new, more permanent home.
Cori loves curry time, treats, and lots of attention. The awesome folks at New Vocations have taken him off the farm for trail rides and say he loads like a gentleman and is brave and relaxed on the trail. While he isn’t up to jumping in his new career, he has a beautiful comfortable canter and leg yields like a pro so low-level dressage is also a possibility.
Cori also tried his hoof at modeling and found out that the camera loves him. Here, Cori is showing off a beta biothane Western bridle from Two Horse Tack.
This affordable bridle is hand-stitched and fully adjustable at the cheeks. The bridle is available in a range of colors from the conventional to the flashy, including two-color combinations, and a rainbow of bling options. Cori’s adopter will receive a free $50 gift certificate to our shop to outfit him for his new career (we think the blue bling goes best with his coat).
To learn more about Cori or to contact New Vocations, click here.