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About the author


For as long as I can remember, my family was always involved in the horse racing business, so I caught the bug early in life. Now, I have been breeding and racing horses for over 30 years.  I have been lucky enough to have some success along the way, and what makes this story so important to me, is that I am also adopted.  I have been lucky enough to have incredible, supportive, loving parents that are always there for me.

I grew up in a small farming town in the middle of our state where I would spend my summers at my dad’s potato packing shed, but we would always find time to go and watch his horses race on the weekends.  My brother and sister never got the racing bug, but they also were both adopted.

I have always been very competitive and very involved with sports.  I had great success in both high school and college with football, wrestling and baseball.  I have found that the horses now give me my competitive drive that I still yearn for.

This is my first book, and this story is very important to me for so many reasons.  I truly believe that this story will be enjoyed by not just horse lovers, but also by the many people involved or touched by adoption.  I hope you like it!

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Baby Haynes
by Timothy Floyd

Overview


This story is told by a one-month old, baby racehorse, who lost his mother to colic. The foal was in desperate need of a donor or recipient mare for milk. One of our neighbor's mares had just recently lost a foal and was full of milk. The grafting process took and a beautiful new relationship was formed by a mother mare and little, one-month old colt, Baby Haynes. This is a story of adoption and unconditional love and what he went through on his journey to become a champion racehorse.

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Description


This story is told by a one-month old, baby racehorse, who lost it's mother to colic. The foal was in desperate need of a donor or recipient mare for milk. One of our neighbor's mare had just recently lost a foal and was full of milk.  The grafting process took and a beautiful new relationship was formed by a mother mare and little, one-month old colt, Baby Haynes. This is his story of what he went through and the obstacles he had to overcome to become a racehorse.  The story shows his journey from being born, losing his mother, accepting a new mother and how he adapts to his new farm and friends on the farm. He grows up into a beautiful yearling and will begin his racing career in 2020 and will hopefully carry on the genes of his wonderful family.  This is a heart-warming story of adoption and unconditional love.

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Overview


This story is told by a one-month old, baby racehorse, who lost his mother to colic. The foal was in desperate need of a donor or recipient mare for milk. One of our neighbor's mares had just recently lost a foal and was full of milk. The grafting process took and a beautiful new relationship was formed by a mother mare and little, one-month old colt, Baby Haynes. This is a story of adoption and unconditional love and what he went through on his journey to become a champion racehorse.

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Description


This story is told by a one-month old, baby racehorse, who lost it's mother to colic. The foal was in desperate need of a donor or recipient mare for milk. One of our neighbor's mare had just recently lost a foal and was full of milk.  The grafting process took and a beautiful new relationship was formed by a mother mare and little, one-month old colt, Baby Haynes. This is his story of what he went through and the obstacles he had to overcome to become a racehorse.  The story shows his journey from being born, losing his mother, accepting a new mother and how he adapts to his new farm and friends on the farm. He grows up into a beautiful yearling and will begin his racing career in 2020 and will hopefully carry on the genes of his wonderful family.  This is a heart-warming story of adoption and unconditional love.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE NONFICTION

Subgenre:Animals / Horses

Language:English

Pages:22

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543998313


Overview


This story is told by a one-month old, baby racehorse, who lost his mother to colic. The foal was in desperate need of a donor or recipient mare for milk. One of our neighbor's mares had just recently lost a foal and was full of milk. The grafting process took and a beautiful new relationship was formed by a mother mare and little, one-month old colt, Baby Haynes. This is a story of adoption and unconditional love and what he went through on his journey to become a champion racehorse.

Read more

Description


This story is told by a one-month old, baby racehorse, who lost it's mother to colic. The foal was in desperate need of a donor or recipient mare for milk. One of our neighbor's mare had just recently lost a foal and was full of milk.  The grafting process took and a beautiful new relationship was formed by a mother mare and little, one-month old colt, Baby Haynes. This is his story of what he went through and the obstacles he had to overcome to become a racehorse.  The story shows his journey from being born, losing his mother, accepting a new mother and how he adapts to his new farm and friends on the farm. He grows up into a beautiful yearling and will begin his racing career in 2020 and will hopefully carry on the genes of his wonderful family.  This is a heart-warming story of adoption and unconditional love.

Read more

About the author


For as long as I can remember, my family was always involved in the horse racing business, so I caught the bug early in life. Now, I have been breeding and racing horses for over 30 years.  I have been lucky enough to have some success along the way, and what makes this story so important to me, is that I am also adopted.  I have been lucky enough to have incredible, supportive, loving parents that are always there for me.

I grew up in a small farming town in the middle of our state where I would spend my summers at my dad’s potato packing shed, but we would always find time to go and watch his horses race on the weekends.  My brother and sister never got the racing bug, but they also were both adopted.

I have always been very competitive and very involved with sports.  I had great success in both high school and college with football, wrestling and baseball.  I have found that the horses now give me my competitive drive that I still yearn for.

This is my first book, and this story is very important to me for so many reasons.  I truly believe that this story will be enjoyed by not just horse lovers, but also by the many people involved or touched by adoption.  I hope you like it!

Read more
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