We have one very gentle racehorse with impressive bloodlines who was a consistent winner. Her track name was High Jingo, but in 2019, when she retired to the Funny Farm, her former owners renamed her “Anna.” Anna was sired by Shackleford, who placed fourth in the 2011 Kentucky Derby, won the Preakness Stakes the same year, and won more than $3 million over the course of his career. Her mother, Karakorum Karen, was a descendant of Derby winner Northern Dancer. High Jingo herself—Anna—ran a total of fifteen races from 2016 to early 2020 and won three. Unlike some of our Thoroughbreds, she’s relaxed and even-tempered, so she is paired with a gelding named Canyon, who lost his left eye tangling with a barbed wire fence. Canyon and Anna are now a team and, each morning, walk together to the farmhouse in search of peppermint treats.