Welcome to Neversweat Thoroughbreds

Located in just west of Aurora in beautiful Golden, Colorado, Neversweat Thoroughbreds has been home to some of Colorado’s top racing Thoroughbreds horses, such as Day TraderThe Vet and Colorado Purple Star. Owners Frankie and Shirley Forte proudly state, “We race only what we breed and simply put, we breed the best in Colorado.”

But most of the time the Fortes let their horses do the talking for them.

Neversweat Thoroughbreds always has young, healthy top-notch horses for sale. They also offer a lease program whereby they can lease a high quality Neversweat racing horse to a qualified individual or group.

While Neversweat has a variety of Thoroughbred racehorses, they also offer some prospects for hunters/jumpers, polo, three-day eventing and trail riding.

Check out our website, meet our horses, and learn about the best breeding program in Colorado- the Neversweat Program.

Then give us a call at 720-596-5409 or stop by for a visit at:

Neversweat Thoroughbreds
365 23rd St
Golden, CO 80401
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We sell the best Thoroughbred horses in the state of Colorado. As proven by our superior winning record. Better dames and better sires make for better for better horses. We breed for speed and health. All of our horses are examined by in our in house veterinary team. We have a mix of proven winner and prospects.

Horses for Lease

Not ready for the commitment of a purchase? We offer short and long term leases on some of our best racing thoroughbreds for qualified parties. There is an application process. Our horses are an asset and as such we are careful with who we lease them to but if you have a few years of jockey experience you likely qualify.

Boarding and Veterinary Care

While our stable is small, we still offer boarding for up to 5 horses at a time. Whether you’re going to be gone for two weeks or two years we can provide for your horse while you’re away. Similar to the leasing option, we can also provide all husbandry and veterinary care for a horse that you own for an increased monthly fee. This allows you to own your horse while not having to worry about the day to day maintenance and care.

People Love Neversweat Stables!

From our prospect or thoroughbred sales, to our leasing or boarding options, people love working with Neversweat! Interested in our services?

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What our customers say

I’m a flight attendant that loves to ride. While I’m based in Aurora, I spend time all over the country and don’t have time to take care of a horse full time. What I like about Neversweat is that they’re high quality stables from a local team. The Roberts are down to earth and great to work with. I love coming back to Colorado and knowing my horse is healthy, happy and ready to ride.

Gina Jackson

I lease a horse with Neversweat and I couldn’t be happier. As part of the lease program I stable my horse at Neversweat. Being located in Golden makes it easy for me to take my horse (who also has an awesome name, Bowtie) and hit the trails very quickly. Always pleased with the care they give my buddy Bowtie.

Mike Wright

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    It’s that time of year again- hot weather! And that means more danger for our equine friends. Shirley put together this quick guide on what you need to be aware of when it comes to keeping your horse happy, healthy and not too hot this summer. 

    Summer is a great time to ride. Kids are out of school and trails are clear of ice but summer can also be much harder on our horses. In order for them to reach their full potential in terms of performance, they need to be properly taken care of, especially in an area like  Colorado. Many people not from here don’t realize just how hot it can get. Sure, the Denver metro area gets warm but it gets blazing hot across the state during the summer.

    The first thing to remember is that in hot environments (and especially one as dry as ours) horses can sweat out as much as 1-4 gallons in a little over an hour. Still, water should be given in quick bursts and not all at once as that can cause other unwanted issues. In addition, horse metabolism levels decrease and heat stress causes less intake of food which can result in drastic weight loss especially muscle protein. Keeping track of a horse’s feeding pattern during hot weather is crucial for you to notice any slight change that needs to be rectified. If your horse doesn’t perk up and start eating after some time to cool off or after you offer them their favorite snack you should contact your veterinarian immediately.

    Horses do adapt to hot areas after some time, but this does not rule out the need to monitor them and provide the required environment for their welfare. To reduce the effects of electrolyte imbalance you could provide loose salt to them to encourage them to drink water. You can also clip horses with long hair coats to enhance cooling, let them work at cooler times of the day such as early in the morning, late in the afternoon and at night and avoid riding them as much as possible to prevent heat stress.

    If you really want to ride this Colorado summer, adjust your schedule such that you ride it at cool times of the day, ride the horse in shade, do not overwork the horse beyond its fitness rate and allow breaks so it can regain its respiratory rate, provide cool and clean water to it frequently as it works. For horses to survive in the dry Colorado climate and keep healthy, they should constantly be exposed to water. Spray or sponge their head, back, neck, legs and rump with cool water and scrape it off. Scraping is important because if left on the horse, the water might increase its body temperature by creating an insulating layer. Repeat until they are cool.

    Adding ice to the drinking and bathing water has been proven to be safe and beneficial to horses since it lowers body temperatures and heart rates after heavy exercise. Symptoms of a horse experiencing heat stroke include muscle weakness, collapse, dry mucous membranes and whining, and distress. The best cure is immediate cooling. Allowing a horse a few swallows of cold water after every few minutes cures the stroke and heat stress as well. Summer is a hectic time in Colorado, but you can make it a safe time for your horses.

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