aftercare

Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare Named Official Charity Of Clasico Del Caribe

Gulfstream Park has named Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare Inc. (CTA) as the official charity of the Clasico Internacional del Caribe on Sunday, Dec. 8. The Clasico Internacional del Caribe, the premier event for Thoroughbreds from Latin America and the Caribbean, is highlighted by the $300,000 Clasico del Caribe. Horses competing in the event are arriving from […]

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Korea Racing Authority Puts Thoroughbred Aftercare In The Spotlight

The International Forum for the Aftercare of Racehorses (IFAR) was pleased to be invited by the Korea Racing Authority (KRA) to present a series of seminars to a broad cross section of industry stakeholders this week. Dr. Eliot Forbes, a member of IFAR’s steering group, was hosted by the KRA and led intensive workshops in […]

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Gulfstream Park’s Canter For The Cause Shows Support For Thoroughbred Aftercare

More than 100 equine enthusiasts participated Saturday morning in Gulfstream Park’s first Canter for the Cause, a unique opportunity allowing horse owners to walk, canter or trot their horses across the legendary South Florida track. Participants came from as far away as Ocala to ride their horse across the same track as champions like California […]

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Woodbine CEO Pledges Support For LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society

As a long time racehorse owner and CEO of Woodbine Entertainment, Jim Lawson knows how important it is to provide Ontario’s Thoroughbreds with a dignified retirement after their careers at the track are over. Lawson is a proud supporter of LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society, a charitable organization that evaluates and cares for retired racehorses and […]

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Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Accredits 40 Organizations In 2019

The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance announced today that 40 Thoroughbred aftercare organizations have been awarded accreditation effective immediately. The list of 40 organizations includes 32 that were reaccredited and eight that received accreditation for the first time. The TAA, the only accrediting body in Thoroughbred aftercare, now has a network of 74 organization with approximately 160 […]

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Over $110,000 Raised Through New Vocations Breeders’ Cup Pledge

New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program announced today that the early estimate of funds raised during their Breeders’ Cup Pledge will be over $110,000. Vino Rosso’s win in the Longines Breeders’ Cup Classic was one of six winning pledges during the event with both owners Repole Stable and St. Elias Stable participating, as well as trainer […]

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Thoroughbred Makeover Champion To Be Honored In Breeders’ Cup Winner’s Circle

Breeders’ Cup Ltd. today announced a partnership with the Retired Racehorse Project (RRP) to honor the winner of this year’s Thoroughbred Makeover between races at the Breeders’ Cup World Championships, bringing together the country’s most prestigious weekend of Thoroughbred racing and the largest retraining competition for Thoroughbreds after racing. Earlier this month, the Thoroughbred Makeover, […]

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CARMA Hosts Aftercare Awareness Demonstration At Santa Anita

On the eve of Breeders’ Cup week, CARMA embodied the premiere sporting event’s slogan “the best is yet to come” by showcasing retired racehorses in their new careers on Santa Anita Park’s iconic main track on Sunday, October 27. A trio of three local champion barrel racers, consisting of Jaime Lee, Mallory Cortes and Christina […]

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Racing Victoria Makes $25 Million Commitment To Thoroughbred Aftercare

Racing Victoria (RV) announced on Monday a $25 million plan dedicated to the welfare of Victorian Thoroughbreds with an immediate focus on their post-racing wellbeing. The landmark commitment will fund the first three years of an ongoing program to accelerate and expand RV’s Equine Welfare Strategic Plan. RV also called on all sectors of the racing […]

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TRF Says Goodbye To Longtime Resident Quick Call

Quick Call was humanely euthanized on Tuesday, October 8 at the age of 35 due to the infirmities of old age. Foaled in 1984, Quick Call was the oldest horse in the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation’s herd of 650 horses. In his lifetime he was a successful racehorse, then a riding horse and finally arrived at […]

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