Thoroughbred aftercare

Pocket Aces Racing Announces Partnership With The Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center

Pocket Aces Racing LLC (PAR) is pleased to announce the formation of a partnership with The Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center (MMSC). After an extensive review of aftercare organizations, PAR feels the MMSC is best suited to meet the needs of our retired horses. Pocket Aces Racing LLC pledges to donate a percentage of the entire […]

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The Question Of Horse Racing’s Survival: What Can Be Done To Help Tip The Scales?

In the wake of a rash of equine fatalities at Santa Anita Park last spring, horse racing insiders and fans have been asking each other for months: Will the sport survive this crisis?  The question was also a central focus of the annual Saratoga Institute on Equine, Racing and Gaming Law held Tuesday in Saratoga […]

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Applications Now Being Taken For 2020 Thoroughbred Incentive Program Awards

The application period for horse shows to apply for Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.) awards in 2020 is now open. T.I.P. offers high point awards and classes for Thoroughbreds in multiple disciplines, including dressage, eventing, hunter, jumper, pleasure, and Western. The T.I.P. application period for 2020 shows is open through September 30, 2019. Shows should apply […]

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San Diegan Todd Cady Wins Del Mar LRF Cares Handicapping Tournament

Todd Cady, from San Diego, connected on a $100 double finishing in the last race to run away from the field with a final score of $6,210 in Saturday’s LRF Cares Handicapping Challenge at Del Mar. Cady receives an entry valued at $8,000 to next weekend’s Del Mar Challenge expected to feature $225,000 in prizes. […]

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Del Mar Teams With LRF Cares For Charity Handicapping Contest July 20

In a first of its kind event, the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club and LRF Cares, a 501(c)(3) sponsored charity, have teamed together to host a live money, on-track contest to benefit thoroughbred aftercare on Saturday July 20, 2019 at Del Mar. Each player receives a $250 live bankroll with the “takeout” going to guaranteed prizes […]

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Mower Donations To Aftercare Programs Now Total 11

Equine Equipment is proud to announce the conclusion of its inaugural “For the Good” program for 2019 with almost a dozen aftercare programs being helped by a donation of a Toro or Exmark commercial mower for the summer mowing season. The initiative was launched as a way to give back and show support for the […]

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‘No Longer Cost Effective’: Old Friends To Close Kentucky Downs Location

Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Facility in Georgetown, KY.,  announced today that the organization will permanently close its satellite division based at Kentucky Downs, the racetrack and historical racing gaming facility in Franklin, KY., at the end of July. The division is home to seven Old Friends retirees, including Canadian Horse of the Year Thornfield, Kentucky […]

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‘Hoedown For Horses’: CARMA Hosting Aftercare Fundraiser On July 21 At Del Mar

The California Retirement Management Account (CARMA), a nonprofit dedicated to Thoroughbred aftercare, will be grabbing the bull by the horns this summer as it aims to rope it biggest and most lucrative fundraiser to date. ‘Hoedown for Horses’ will return to where the turf meets the surf on Sunday, July 21 at Del Mar Racetrack. […]

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‘The Lucky Ones’: Thoroughbred Welfare Group Offers Look Inside The Aftermath Of I Care I Help

The National Thoroughbred Welfare Organization (NTWO), a 501(c)3 non-profit, is asking the public for help in caring for “the lucky ones” — a handful of the few living horses remaining from the aftermath of I Care I Help. The Paulick Report first began reporting on the activity of I Care I Help in April 2018, […]

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Louisiana Legislature Passes Bill Allocating $5 Per Start To Fund Aftercare

The state legislature in Louisiana approved a measure this week which would allocate $5 per start to a fund for Thoroughbred aftercare. HB384 states monies raised from the funding stream would be managed by a representative of Louisiana horsemen for withdrawals and disbursement from the Horsemen’s Bookkeeper Account. The bill, authored by Rep. Clay Schexnayder […]

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