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Racehorse Rescue Wins Big With Blanket Donation Program

To a rescued ex-racehorse, a warm winter blanket can be a matter of life or death. Just ask Kathryn (Kate) Papp, DVM, founder of PA Racehorse, Rehoming, Rehabilitation & Rescue (PARR), whose main facility is located in Harrisburg, PA. A 501(c)3 organization that rehabilitates, rehomes and supports Thoroughbreds after the end of their racing careers, […]

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Equine Equipment Makes Mower Donations To Help Retired Racehorses

Equine Equipment’s For the Good program, which is working with Toro and Exmark to donate the use of commercial mowers for the 2019 season to aftercare facilities around North America, has announced two more recent donations to help retired racehorses at farms in Maryland and Virginia. “We are excited to continue to grow this program […]

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France Galop To Donate €350,000 A Year To Retired Racehorse Aftercare

France Galop, the governing body of flat track and steeplechase horse racing in France, has committed €350,000 a year to support Au-Dela Des Pistes [Beyond the Tracks] and the French League for the Protection of the Horse (LFPC). Au-Dela Des Pistes (ADDP) is an industry-led initiative dedicated to the retraining of racehorses that was founded in 2016. […]

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Step Ahead Thoroughbred Retirement Awarded Exmark Mower For 2019 Mowing Season

Step Ahead Thoroughbred Retirement, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit that rehabilitates, retrains and rehomes retired Thoroughbred racehorses in the Tampa Bay area, has been awarded the use of an Exmark Lazer Z X-Series mower for the 2019 mowing season. The donation was provided by Equine Equipment and its equine industry partner Exmark as part of the […]

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Zoetis Donates Vaccines To ASPCA Help A Horse Home Contestants 

The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) has announced an exciting partnership with Zoetis US LLC to reduce the medical costs for the agencies participating in the annual Help a Horse Home: ASPCA Equine Adoption Challenge. Zoetis will donate their new vaccine CORE EQ Innovator™ for every equine adopted during the two-month […]

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Equine Community Rallying To Help Animals Affected By Fires In California

Rachel Shackelford, a horse trainer from Lincoln, Calif., is spearheading the effort to evacuate animals from the Camp Fire that devastated the town of Paradise in Northern California. Shackelford said that the horse community has rallied together to help what animals they can and that NorCal Livestock Evacuation volunteers have been working with certified agencies […]

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Ohio HBPA Donates $50,000 To Support New Vocations’ Aftercare Efforts

New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program announced today that the Ohio Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association (HBPA) has donated $50,000 to support the program’s aftercare efforts at their Ohio facilities. In 2017, New Vocations took in over 450 retired racehorses, 64 of which came directly from an Ohio racetrack or farm. “It is important to the […]

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Old Friends To Benefit From Breeders’ Cup ‘Memorabilia Moving Sale’ On Saturday

The Breeders’ Cup is relocating its Lexington, KY offices.  What better time to have a giant moving sale?! On Saturday March 17 and Sunday March 18 Breeders’ Cup will host a “Memorabilia Moving Sale”, and all of the proceeds will benefit Old Friends. Here’s how it will work: Interested fans come to the Breeders’ Cup current offices […]

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Colorado’s Far View Horse Rescue Receives Much Needed Donation from Purina

Far View Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation, a 40-acre ranch near Breckenridge, Colo., received a timely feed donation from Purina Animal Nutrition. By mid-November, the organization’s annual feed budget had been nearly exhausted, their stock of hay had been stolen and more horses were relying on Far View for rescue. “We had started applying for feed […]

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Six Horses Saved From Holding Pen Found To Be Oklahoma State Riding Team Mounts

Six horses pulled from a sale barn holding pen in June were identified this week as having previously been used in the Oklahoma State University riding program. Often, horses who go unsold at the sales barn in question are shipped to other sales barns or auctions, and those that are deemed un-sell-able are typically sold for slaughter […]

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