There may be passion to help OTTB however...
1. Convincing potential customers into purchasing a TB sight unseen (w/a track vet's prepurchase exam...DO NOT USE the seller's vet!...it is a conflict of interest).
2. Questionable marketing...guilt tripping 1st time naive horse buyers that the fate of ALL OTTB's relies on them buying said unseen horses. They may have hock issues, crumbling feet, over at the knee, osselets, bone chips, old bows, etc. Chiropractic care is often needed, groceries to be fed, let down time, and in some cases corrective shoeing.
2. Excellent care...with three feedings a day with boo coos of supplements. Yes, very attentive to TB's diets there, however suggestion, just feed a quality feed, plenty of hay, and plenty of turn out.
3. People skills are absolutely deplorable. Elizabeth seems very kind at the start when you first meet her, but the switch turns on and off easily. Calloused and cynical. It will make your head spin. Concerned only about the horses...guess who pays the bills...the owners. Treat horses AND people with respect!
4. States the horses at her facility have received more training...thus the hike in price. Amateurs get in the saddle and put the mileage on..not professionals on a consistant basis.
5. Success stories posted are wonderful. However, the training, time, effort, money...for the most part are horses that went to professional trainers and their riders...they should get the credit for the successes..not Bits and Bytes.