“Archer” is a strikingly unique, Argentenian Thoroughbred that came to ATR through Penn National’s New Start for Horses program. Archer is 6 years old and had a modest career as a racehorse, retiring when he fractured a splint bone. Thankfully the fragment from the fracture was removed surgically, and he is now undergoing what should be a fairly straightforward rehab. Archer is a registered chestnut, but has very unique coloring. His mane and tail are both black with streaks of grey and his eyes are almost amber in color.
Archer enjoyed a textbook rehabilitation, presenting sound at every evaluation by our veterinarian and he was just cleared to go back to work without limits on June 23rd. In his day-to-day routine, Archer is easy to handle and gets along great with other horses, with which he’s turned out 16+ hours a day. We plan to get him to work shortly. Keep an eye on this page for updates or send us a message to see how he’s doing!
Archer is available for adoption for $2000. This one will be eye-catching in any show ring and is an upper level candidate.