Discreetly Mine won't only be running for his breeder and owner Mrs. Robsham this Saturday but also for New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program. Being one of the program's founding supporters Mrs. Robsham has graciously offered for Javier Castellano to wear “New Vocations” on his pants when he rides Discreetly Mine in Saturday's Louisiana Derby. “It's a simple yet effective way to raise awareness about racehorse adoptions,” explains program director Anna Ford.
“We hope people will see the pants and be interested in learning more about our mission to re-train and re-home these wonderful athletes once their racing days are over.” New Vocations leads the nation in racehorse adoptions placing over 300 horses into homes each year. They currently have locations in Ohio, Michigan, Tennessee, and Kentucky with plans to expand to Indiana in 2010. For more information visit their website at www.horseadoption.com.
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