Thoroughbred aftercare

Three Chimneys presents Good News Friday: Sounding the ‘Rallying Cry’

Each year we hear it over and over again. “So and So has been retired from racing and will enter stud at X-Y-Z Farm for a $XXXX…or $XXX,XXX fee.” It’s an enjoyable lifestyle for a horse to live, to say the least. Impeccable care, enviable accommodations and the best of everything a horse could ever […]

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WinStar to auction racing memorabilia for benefit of New Vocations

This Christmas season, WinStar Farm has announced it will auction some of the farm’s most historic racing memorabilia this Friday to benefit the New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program. The auction is set to take place online through Ebay from Friday, Dec. 9th through Tuesday, Dec. 13th. Access the auction directly at WinStarStablemates.com. All proceeds will […]

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Wine walk raises funds for Gulfstream Thoroughbred after-care program

A wine walk hosted Wednesday night by Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino and The Village at Gulfstream Park raised $4,800 for the Gulfstream Park Thoroughbred After-Care Program. For a donation of $10, more than 400 participants were able to sample from five wine tasting stations and seven food tasting stations throughout the Village, which was […]

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Gulfstream offers booth visits with announcer Collmus to support aftercare

No one has a better view of Gulfstream Park and South Florida than track announcer Larry Collmus. Beginning opening day Dec. 3 you can join the popular announcer in his booth any day of the week while helping the Gulfstream Park Thoroughbred After-Care Program.  For a $50 donation per person, up to six fans can […]

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Three Chimneys Presents Good News Friday: Providing Thoroughbreds a New Vocation

In the beginning, it seems like a simple enough equation. You like horses, or maybe you just like to gamble. Maybe you live for the thrill of competition, or maybe you just have money burning a hole in your pocket. Whatever the reason, you decide you’re going to own a racehorse…or a few…or a heck […]

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Jockey Club launches incentive program for Thoroughbred aftercare

The Jockey Club today announced the launch of the Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.), which will recognize and reward the versatility of the Thoroughbred through sponsorship of Thoroughbred classes and high point awards at locally, nationally or internationally sanctioned horse shows. The Jockey Club has committed $100,000 to the Thoroughbred Incentive Program for a pilot program […]

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Gulfstream unveils new behind-the-scenes fan experience

Gulfstream Park has announced a new opportunity for racing fans to get a behind-the-scenes experience at the racetrack and also help raise money for Thoroughbred after-care. The Gulfstream VIP Fan Experience will be available during three weeks this winter, and at $500 per couple, includes a tour of the backstretch, visits with clockers and handicappers […]

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Jockey Club enhances Thoroughbred Connect aftercare website

The Jockey Club announced today an enhancement to Thoroughbred Connect™, the organization’s online resource for rehoming Thoroughbreds at the conclusion of their racing or breeding careers. Under this new feature, persons in possession of Thoroughbreds in need of aftercare can now list those horses publicly on thoroughbredconnect.com. Those willing to provide assistance for a Thoroughbred […]

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New Vocations starts internship for working with retired Thoroughbreds

Press Release The first inaugural Olivia M. Saylor Internship has been established to allow a college student the opportunity to gain hands on experience rehabing, retraining, and rehoming retired racehorses at New Vocations. Prominent horse owner, Paul Saylor, graciously helped establish the internship in honor of his daughter Olivia M. Saylor, who passed away in […]

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THE GIVING SEASON

By Ray PaulickLong before most Americans knew that ex-racehorses could end up on someone’s dinner plate in Europe, the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation was doing what it could to provide an alternative to the slaughterhouse or a life of neglect and abuse. Founded in 1982, the TRF is the oldest, largest and best known operation dedicated […]

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