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TRF’s Online Holiday Auction Offering Halters From 2019 Triple Crown Race Winners

The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation’s (TRF) annual Holiday Online Auction will feature halters from 2019 Triple Crown Race winners, along with many other one-of-a-kind items. This past year was one of the most memorable years for the Triple Crown races: A riveting Kentucky Derby, a runaway horse at the Preakness and a long-shot for the Belmont–what […]

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Australian Drought Causes Sharp Increase In Horses Auctioned, Euthanized

The ongoing drought in Australia has caused massive hardship to the country’s equine population. The lack of water is expected to cause a sharp intake in the number of horses slated to go through the Echuca auction. There are 200 horses of all breeds anticipated to run through the sale, with trailer loads from Queensland […]

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Bill Fletcher Canvas Auctioned To Benefit Old Friends

This week, EBTH (Everything but the House) Online Auction site will offer an oil on canvas landscape by Kentucky native Bill Fletcher. This painting has been generously donated and proceeds will benefit Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement. For additional images, information, terms and conditions, or to make a bid, please click here or visit the ebth […]

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From Helping To Hoarding: A Slippery Slope For Some

Rescuing a horse is a noble endeavor; to attempt to ease or relieve a horse’s suffering is a gut reaction for many human beings. However, there are times when well-intentioned people go astray, taking on too many animals in need of assistance and getting in over their heads. Many times, the horses ends up worse […]

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Rachel Alexandra Memorabilia Auction To Benefit Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation

The Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation and Stonestreet Farms have teamed up to raise funds for the research efforts of the Foundation. The two entities are offering unique Rachel Alexandra memorabilia in an eBay auction on the 10-year anniversary of Rachel Alexandra’s 3-year-old racing campaign. During this time, she went undefeated in eight starts and earned […]

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Online Auction For Equine Aftercare To Enhance New Vocations Open Barn And BBQ

New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program has added an online auction to their annual Open Barn and BBQ, which takes place on Friday, April 26, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The auction opens Thursday, April 18, at noon and includes unique items and experiences. The auction will close at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 26, at […]

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Hambletonian Winner Atlanta Makes History, Sells Online For $1.55 Million

The 2018 Hambletonian-winning Standardbred filly Atlanta was placed in an online auction on Feb. 12 at OnGait.com, and made history on Friday by bringing in a final bid of $1.55 million. Now a 4-year-old, Atlanta became the highest-priced Standardbred to be sold at auction in North America. According to harnesslink.com, the filly’s ownership group decided to list […]

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Rescued Mini Horse In Rhode Island Diagnosed With Strangles

An isolation barn in Providence County, RI, is under quarantine after the confirmation of Strep equi from a nasopharyngeal sample. The affected equine is a 2.5-year-old Miniature Horse that had been bought by a New Hampshire-based rescue from an auction in Pennsylvania; the mini was then brought to the farm in Rhode Island, where it […]

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Thoroughbred Charities Of America Stallion Season Auction Set For January

Thoroughbred Charities of America announced today that the planning and preparations for the 29th annual Stallion Season Auction and Celebration are underway. The auction, held Wednesday, January 2 – Sunday, January 6, 2019, is the largest annual fundraiser for the nonprofit organization. “Our annual auction is our most important event on the calendar as it raises […]

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Keeneland: Fifth-Graders Experience The Thoroughbred Industry

Keeneland will welcome nearly 2,900 fifth-graders from 31 area public and private schools each day this week to participate in interactive tours designed to broaden their understanding of the immense historical, economic and cultural importance of the Thoroughbred industry in Central Kentucky. Now in its eighth year, the program has given more than 20,000 fifth-grade […]

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