stephanie calendrillo

A Decade In, How Are We Doing With Thoroughbred Aftercare?

A decade ago, the word “aftercare” was not part of the industry vernacular when talking about Thoroughbreds leaving the racetrack. There were a handful of nonprofits which had battled the tide of horses retiring from racing for years. The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation launched in 1983, New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program in 1992, Thoroughbred Charities of […]

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CANTER Kentucky Receives Grant To Aid With Retraining Costs

CANTER Kentucky is proud to announce that we have received a generous grant from the Brennan Equine Welfare Fund to help with training costs for our retired thoroughbred racehorses. The purpose of this grant is to help retrain retired racehorses for new careers in our aftercare program. In our experience, horses are more marketable if […]

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