About Us

Southern Belle Thoroughbreds is a listing service, assisting in the re-homing and transitioning  of racehorses into new careers. The horses posted on this page will be from either Woodbine or Fort Erie race courses, and referred by reputable trainers/ owners.

"The blood runs hot in the Thoroughbred, and the courage runs deep"

- CW Anderson

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Thoroughbred Daily News

Answering the “Belle” for OTTBs in Ontario

"Katie Larsen is living out her dream in the horse business, but in a way she never imagined with a different breed. Larsen, a one-time equestrian rider who works in a bank in credit adjudications..."

Peel Region Review

Equestrian Rider Looking To Compete Again At Caledon

"Katie Larsen grew up riding and competing in equestrian events at Caledon and in a roundabout way she has returned to that discipline through the thoroughbred world..."

Thoroughbred Daily News

On Aftercare: Southern Belle Thoroughbreds' Impact Grows

"Since the TDN first interviewed Katie Larsen, who founded Southern Belle Thoroughbreds in 2017, the organization’s impact on safe placement of racehorses at Woodbine and Fort Erie has grown exponentially...."

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Team Update

We are now into the 2021 racing meet after overcoming concern regarding the COVID 19 impact on the industry and sport. Thoroughbred adoption postings have been active again on the facebook and instagram platform, however I am currently working on updating this website for those of you who don't have access to the above mentioned social media forums.

We look forward to another incredible rehoming season and cannot thank you all enough for the continued support. 

- The Southern Belle Team


We're Sponsored!

Canadian Thoroughbred

Horse Society - Ontario

2021 Annual Sponsor

    The CTHS aims to ensure a viable future for its members by providing assistance and representation within the Thoroughbred Breeding Industry. The CTHS serves effectively as a clearinghouse for questions and answers about the industry from breeders within Ontario.