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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: Applying Lessons From Harvey To Hurricane Irma

Just as Texas and Louisiana are making the transition from rescue to recovery, our friends in Florida are buckling in for the test of their lives. It has been said that when nature is at its worst, humans are at their best. If Harvey has given us anything, it is a guide of how to […]

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Former University Stallion Rescued From Texas Auction, Potential Slaughter

An 18-year-old Thoroughbred stallion recovered from a small auction house in Texas over the weekend was discovered to have originated from Texas A&M University – Commerce (TAMUC). Tricky Prospect got lucky; Kimberly Underwood saw his Texas Thoroughbred Association papers posted on the Red River Horse Sale’s Facebook page. Underwood shared Tricky’s photos with CANTER Texas, […]

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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: Schooling With Team Keen

In the world of Thoroughbred racing and equine welfare, you won’t find two people who work harder and are more committed than Dallas and Donna Keen.  The two work seamlessly together at the racetrack, sending out and overseeing set after set during morning training hours, running horses in the afternoons, traveling the country to some […]

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Macho Man: Stevens Donates Portion of BC Winnings to T’Bred Rescue

Hall of Fame rider Gary Stevens had a tremendous Breeders’ Cup weekend, notching victories in the Distaff (Beholder) and Classic (Mucho Macho Man). In the days since the Breeders’ Cup, Stevens, along with his wife, Angie, have shared in their good fortune and have donated $5,000 from Stevens’ Breeders’ Cup earnings to Remember Me Rescue. […]

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Midwest Thoroughbreds owners reach out to Texas horse rescue

When Remember Me Rescue owner Donna Keen posted a sad note on Facebook about   mare she had to put down due to a lack of funds for colic surgery, she had no idea how far her post would go toward helping other rescue horses. Richard and Karen Papiese, owners of Midwest Thoroughbreds, had taken […]

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Midwest Stables: Working behind the scenes to help retired Thoroughbreds

Richard and Karen Papiese’s Midwest Thoroughbreds began as just a two-horse stable in 2001, but in just over a decade has developed into a powerful operation with close to 200 horses in training. Not only has Midwest become one of the winningest operations in the sport, but the Papieses have also done a tremendous amount […]

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Fair Grounds horsewoman Carmel Heitzmann will run for rescue horses

Fair Grounds based horsewoman Carmel Heitzmann, who was severely injured when kicked by a horse last February, is now preparing for the New Orleans Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon, and she’s doing it for a good cause, reports “I’m going to do it to raise funds for my friends Donna and Dallas Keen, who operate […]

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