This Entire Page is dedicated to the Video Log progression of "Sassy Ashley," Kalley's 2018 Retired Racehorse Project Thoroughbred Makeover Partner. 

Ashley's Profile to Date

  • Foaled in Kentucky, March 15, 2013

  • By English Channel out of Indy Jazz by AP Indy

  • Sold at Keenland as a yearling for $33k

  • Raced her entire career in CA, earning close to $40k

  • Retired from racing October 2017

  • SURVIVOR of the tragic fires that swept through San Luis Rey Downs in California on December 7th, 2017 that claimed the lives of 46 racehorses

  • Acquired by CARMA (California Retirement Management Account) mid December 2017

  • Acquired by Neighsavers early February 2018

  • Connected with Kalley 2/8/18 and Delivered 11:45pm on 2/14/18 (still Valentines Day ;-) )

Sassy Ashley, February 2017

Sassy Ashley, February 2018

English Channel x Indy Jazz by AP Indy

Ashley's Growing Fan Base:

Countdown to the 2018 Retired Racehorse Project

Thoroughbred Makeover

See What Triple Crown Feed has done for Ashley

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These are images of Ashley on Day 1, and Ashley Currently. Ashley is fed a combination of Triple Crown Training and Triple Crown Senior, no other feed supplement is given.

Meet The Team Behind Ashley

Dr. Amber Johnson DVM

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Dr. Johnson came to us from Ocala, Florida where she worked with innumerable racehorses at one of the largest equine practices in that area. From general health management to Sports Medicine to Acupuncture, Ashley will be in impeccable hands for all her veterinary needs!

Trevor Burris 

Galt, California

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Trevor has been Kalley's farrier since moving to California in 2015. Trevor is an outstanding farrier, there's truly none better in the field. He will most definitely be to thank for Ashley being sound and comfortable from the ground up!


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The Neigh Savers organization was pivotal in finding Ashley for my RRP Thoroughbred Makeover Partner. The work they do, relocating, rehabilitating, and adopting horses is critical for our industry. Please visit them on Facebook and their website for more information to see how you can support their mission.

The Final Weeks Leading up to The Thoroughbred Makeover