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The TAA is the only accrediting body in aftercare and reviews all aspects of an aftercare nonprofit during accreditation. We work with organizations so they can reach a high standard of operation.

Ways to Give

A donation to the TAA is supporting an infrastructure of 74 accredited aftercare nonprofits in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico that retrain, rehome, and retire Thoroughbreds.

Find an Organization

Operating with the highest standards, TAA-accredited organizations have 160 facilities across North America that offer adoption programs, rehab programs, sanctuary, and equine-assisted programs.

TAA NEWS

OUR IMPACT

74
accredited organizations
$17.2
million
granted
10,300
Thoroughbreds assisted
  1. Fasig-Tipton Kentucky October Yearling Sale

    October 26 - October 29
  2. Breeders’ Cup

    November 6 - November 7
  3. Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale

    November 9 - November 21
  4. Fasig-Tipton November Sale

    November 9

TAA Thoroughbred Spotlight

  • Watch The Clock
    Watch The Clock
    Watch The Clock

    Watch The Clock never made it to the starting gate in the afternoon and arrived at Oklahoma Thoroughbred Retirement Program as a 2-year-old. The son of Early Flyer didn’t meet his adopter until 2017, at age 7.

  • Shadow Dancer
    Shadow Dancer
    Shadow Dancer

    Shadow Dancer ran nine times, earning $11,900 and retiring with a record of 1-1-1. The daughter of Mass Market retired to TAA-accredited New Stride Thoroughbred Adoption Society shortly after her last race in 2018.

  • Ariana and By My Side
    By My Side
    By My Side

    With a background in Paso Finos, adopter Ariana Rodriguez’s first OTTB ride was aboard the By My Side. And that ride sealed the deal.

  • True Simon
    True Simon

    True Simon only ran four times. A life on the racetrack wasn’t meant for him, as he never broke his maiden, but he retired to TAA-accredited Secretariat Center to start anew.

  • Good to Go
    Good To Go
    Good To Go

    Good To Go never made it to the starting gate in the afternoon and at the age of 3 was retired to Horse and Hound Rescue Foundation.

  • Mingo Native
    Mingo Native

    The son of Native Ruler retired to Thoroughbred Athletes with a record of 5-6-7 and earnings of $86,332. Now, he’s embracing the life of a trail horse with his owner Charles.

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