A Wertheimer Et Frere homebred, ALL INCLUDED, was a very successful racehorse with earnings of over half million during his 20 start career. Trained by Todd Pletcher, this classy horse was extremely well cared for and managed through out his 5 years at the track. Upon retirement Wertheimer Et Frere wanted to ensure that ALL INCLUDED was properly transitioned into his next career thus he was donated to New Vocations. After five months of much deserved rest and transitional training ALL INCLUDED was adopted by one of his lifelong fans, Dianne Volz who also tended to him as his physical therapist during his racing career. He quickly became one of her favorite horses so it was not surprising when she contacted New Vocations to inquire about adopting him.
“All Included is a classy guy with an exceptional temperament, I applaud his owners for supporting this sweetheart after his retirement from racing. He has been a favorite of ours in his time here and I am thrilled to see him find his happy home,” shared New Vocation’s Facility Director Melissa King.
ALL INCLUDED headed to his new home today. Everyone at New Vocations looks forward to seeing him go onto a much slower pace of life and wish him all the best.
(Pictured with New Vocations rider, Amanda Birriel)