New Vocations Racehorse Adoption

American Lion Battles Back From Pneumonia, Finds Second Career With Help From Hagyard, New Vocations, Four Star

For six years, Hagyard Equine Medical Institute and Hagyard Pharmacy have been strong supporters of the New Vocations mission – to stand in the gap for noncompetitive, often injured racehorses, and provide a skilled, loving transition to a brighter future. Typically, that support has come in providing veterinary care, pharmaceuticals and supplements to get the […]

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Claimers: ‘A Lot Of People Care’ About Welfare Of Racing’s Working Class Horses

This is our fourth and final installment in the Claimers series. Find Part 1 here, Part 2 here, and Part 3 here. Behind the veil of a blue and white checker pattern, Twitter user @NotCloudyAllDay collects and publishes hundreds of race results every week, hoping to alert the public, rescues and racing officials to horses […]

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New Vocations’ Second Annual Open Barn And BBQ Hosts Over 600 Guests

Over 600 people from the racing and sport horse industries braved threatening skies to attend the New Vocations Open Barn and BBQ on April 28th, sponsored by AmWager and Siena Farm. Intended to celebrate the heart and versatility of the Thoroughbred breed, the event was a tremendous success, raising much-needed awareness of the importance of […]

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Painting Leads To A New Lease On Life For Retired Racehorse

Once a well-known racehorse, Metro Meteor, owned by Ron and Wendy Krajewski, took on an unusual new career once his racing days were over: painting. Bone chips in his knees ended his racing career, and rehabilitation, medication and custom shoes couldn’t stop his knee joints from beginning to fuse. Complete closure of the knee joint […]

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Breeders’ Cup Contenders Pledge Their Support to New Vocations’ Aftercare Efforts

A growing list of prominent owners and trainers are stepping up to support New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program by pledging a percentage of their 2016 Breeders’ Cup World Championship purse earnings to support the program’s mission to rehabilitate, retrain and rehome retired racehorses. Now in its seventh year, the Pledge has raised over $380,000, with […]

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