Retired Racehorse Project - Makeover 2017

The Trainer

The Horse

Abraham and Sneak enter the ring at the RRP 2017. Sneak placed in the top third of the horses in dressage.

Abraham Pugh has graciously taken  the lead in presenting "Sneak a Cold Treat" at the Retired Racehorse Project competition in Lexington KY. Abraham Pugh is the owner and head trainer at Cedar Creek Stables. His expertise includes starting and competing on young warmbloods in dressage. From training to FEI and Grand Prix levels, Pugh has achieved the USDF’s Bronze, Silver, and Gold medals. His most recent accomplishments include winning the Regional Finals at I-2 and earning third place at Nationals in 2016 on the powerful Trakehner stallion, Elfenperfekt. Pugh rode the elegant Friesian, Willow ISF Sport, to five third-level tests in 2016 to her Sport Predicate in the Friesian Horse Association. In 2017, Pugh rode Willow ISF Sport at Intermediate 2 and qualified for Regionals. He also competed in Grand Prix three times, earning a first, a second, and a third at that level.  Abraham has also competed successfully in the 2015 and 2016 Young Horse Developing Grand Prix National Championships.

 "Sneak A Cold Treat" is a 2005 16.1h OTTB warhorse by Snuck In out of Frozen Dinner by Formal Dinner.  The dark bay gelding was bred in OH by Dr. D. W. Frazier and is now owned by Dr. Ruth Jones and boarded at Fox Crossing Farm. Sneak came to Dr. Jones through Canter USA Ohio by adoption. Sneak's last race was 1/16/16 at Mahoning Valley Race Course.  His career earnings are listed at $412,734. He is a Multiple Stakes winner with 74 starts and 18 wins. Sneak is adjusting to his new career in dressage.

Abraham Pugh and Sneak
warm up before the
Freestyle competition
"Sneak a Cold Treat"
The Journey

Dr. Ruth Jones, owner

Moving quietly over x-country

Retired Racehorse Project