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OSAS Ambassador Visits Kawartha

Published: May 27, 2017 11:51 am ET

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Hiltons Hot Stuff, a unique Standardbred whose markings resemble a paint horse, will be on hand at Kawartha Downs on Saturday night in her role as an ambassador for the Ontario Standardbred Adoption Society.

The eight-year-old mare, who is registered as a bay, was bred in England and exported to Canada in 2014. Her sire is Out Of Nowhere, whose father is the Falcon Seelster horse Million To One, who was campaigned on the WEG circuit by Joe Hudon and Harry Poulton.

Hiltons Hot Stuff, then spent some time with Karin and Blair Burgess. “She is one of the kindest Standardbreds we ever had,” said Karin. “She was never in a bad mood or did anything wrong.”

Hiltons Hot Stuff (third from L), pictured in action (OSAS)

However, Hiltons Hot Stuff wasn’t going to be a world beater on the racetrack, so the couple found her a home with OSAS and Tara Hills Stud, serving as a tease mare for their stallions over the 2017 breeding season.

Hiltons Hot Stuff won't be a tease tonight, posing for photos with fans as Kawartha Downs kicks off its 45th season of harness racing.

OSAS is partnering with Willow Song Meadows Horse Rehabilitation Centre for a joint fundraising event at Kawartha on Saturday night. There will be food available at the track kitchen area with all monies raised going toward supporting horses in the OSAS program as well as the Willow Song Meadows program.

(with files from OSAS)

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