Hill Crossing was donated to Foxie G after winning 12 times out of 46 lifetime starts between 2008 and 2013, placing second in the Maryland Million Starter Handicap at Laurel Park. His career came to an end when, as a colt, he fractured his knee and was relocated to Foxie G. Once healed, “Hilly” was placed in the adoption program. However, because he was gelded late, he has stallion-like tendencies that cause behavioral issues. Burned out after a long career, this pretty boy is happily enjoying his retirement and loves to be out in a field with his buddies. This handsome boy would be available for adoption as a companion only.