Arnold who once raced under the name, “Cluster Bomb,” was rescued by Equine Advocates on January 16, 2007 from a New York breeding farm, along with two other emaciated Thoroughbreds, Mikey and D.A., who also reside in the area of the sanctuary we call “After the Finish Line.” A handsome chestnut gelding, Arnold was born on April 7, 2001. He spent more than a month being treated for emaciation and severe skin disease at an equine hospital immediately following his rescue. Dr. Bill Barnes who treated all three Thoroughbreds told New York Times reporter, Joe Drape, “They had no groceries. They were starving to death.” That was then. Look at Arnold, Mikey and D.A. now! Photo credit: Madison Messina
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