second career

Japan’s Third Retired Racehorse Clinic Resounding Success

Boyd Martin, a Olympic competitor for the United States in the eventing discipline, returned to Japan last week to help with the Retired Racehorse Clinic. Eventing Nation reports the clinic offers participants the opportunity to lesson with world-class horseback riders who ride and train off-track Thoroughbreds. Hosted by the National Riding Club Association of Japan […]

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Delaware Park Showcases Racehorses Ready For New Careers

Delaware Park and the Delaware Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (DTHA) are excited to announce the annual “End of Meet Showcase,” a joint affair with CANTER-Delaware (CDE) and Mid-Atlantic Horse Rescue (MAHR), held at Delaware Park on October 13. This is an opportunity for off-track-Thoroughbred (OTTB) lovers to find their dream horse. Approximately 25 to 40 horses […]

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Dam Of First Pharoah Finds Success In Show Ring

As the dam of First Pharoah, the first foal of American Pharoah, Kakadu’s place in esteemed breeding company would seem secure even though her racing career was less than stellar, having finished ninth in her only start. Her colt, First Pharoah, hasn’t yet started. However, reproductive issues have kept her from subsequent breedings. In an […]

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Saving For The Future: Bourbon Lane Creates Retirement Fund For Its Racehorses

Bourbon Lane Stables has been concerned with aftercare since its inception. Mike McMahon, founder and co-owner, announced on August 3 that the entity has created a 501(c)(3) retirement fund to help defray the costs of caring for the partnership’s retired racehorses. Bourbon Lane Stables already follows the horses it has sold or had claimed; this […]

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