Remember Me Rescue is a Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Accredited 501(c)3 organization specializing in rehabilitating, retraining and rehoming retired racehorses
Colorshow has a very neat story. She was born at Keen Farms May 14th, 2013. When she was about 12 days old her mother had a terrible bout of colic and was euthanized. Colorshow was an orphan. The Keen's and their team worked very hard to transfer her to a milk supplement, which she took right to. She had a big pink monkey that was her only friend until we introduced her to Be Bop Baby, one of our permanent residents who has been at Remember Me Rescue since the Many, LA rescue and seizure. Be Bop Baby was a serverely abused broodmare found near death at Charles Ford's farm. She became a permanent resident in 2012 but never lost her affection for the young ones. Every spring I would watch her stare over the fences into the mare and foal paddocks at Keen Farms and I knew she really missed being a mom. Click her to read about Be Bop Baby. It was meant to be, Be Bob became Colorshow's step mom and it worked out better than we could have ever expected.
Thanks to Be Bob Baby's motherly guidance and the hard work of the staff at Keen Farms, Colorshow went on to grow up a very normal horse although she did develop a cribbing issue. She was put in training as a late 2 year old and broke her maiden at the Fairgrounds in New Orleans. She went on to win 3 races for her owner/breeder who decided instead of allowing her to be claimed to let us help find her a home.
Colorshow has known nothing but kindness. She is the sweetest filly I have ever met. She rides very quiet, almost taking care of her riding partner. I think with a little more training she will be suitable for any level rider or youth. Her cribbing is easily controlled with a cribbing collar so please don't let that stop you from considering this incredible horse as your new partner.