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Ways to GiveA donation to the TAA is supporting an infrastructure of 70 accredited aftercare nonprofits in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico that retrain, rehome, and retire Thoroughbreds.
Find an OrganizationOperating with the highest standards, TAA-accredited organizations have 160 facilities across North America that offer adoption programs, rehab programs, sanctuary, and equine-assisted programs.
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance announced Nov. 5 that 40 Thoroughbred aftercare organizations have been awarded accreditation effective immediately.
TAA Thoroughbred Spotlight
Shortly after his 12th start, Kulik Lodge retired to TAA-accredited New Vocations with a record of 4-2-0 and earnings just under $181,000. Since the Kentucky-bred’s adoption, the pair has worked hard to build a solid foundation in eventing.
Most recently, Burke and the 3-year-old earned a second out of 118 in dressage and a second out of 21 in field hunters at the 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover. Before that, Burke, Kupets, and Frank’s Gift earned the TAA High Point award in pleasure at the 2019 T.I.P. Championships.
Fairly Obvious and Lindsey Partridge’s multidisciplinary success earned them the TAA High Point Award, the Top Pennsylvania-Bred Horse Award, and the Pennsylvania HBPA Award at the 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover.
Onlythewinetalking made his way to TAA-accredited MidAtlantic Horse Rescue as an unraced 5-year-old.
Most recently, they earned sixth place in the MCTA Jenny Camp Horse Trial in the open beginner novice division.
Sunny Aftermoon made eight starts as a 3-year-old, never breaking his maiden. He retired from the track after one season with earnings of $4,820.
Currently, the pair is competing in first level dressage while schooling second level at home.
Meet Sasha’s Image, an Oklahoma-bred filly who survived a deadly tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.
Five months after the devastating storm, the filly made her first start at Remington Park earning just under $3,000 in 8 starts.