Get AccreditedThe 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 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.
TAA Thoroughbred Spotlight
Quick Call retired in 1992, having made 86 starts and earning more than $800,000.
Now 35 years old in 2019, he is the oldest of the 650 horses cared for by TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation.
Devil’s Passion retired from racing at 5 and then retired from his second career as a pony horse at 20. The son of Saucy Token was ready to slow down, but wasn’t ready to stop working as he began his third career at TAA-accredited Brook Hill.
Blackjack N Beers
Blackjack N Beers raced nine times, earning three wins and two additional placings in the maiden ranks. Now, after being adopted through TAA-accredited Southern California Thoroughbred Rescue, he’s a T.I.P. performance award champion and brave trail horse.
Dusk To Dawn
Heather Rio fell in love with Dusk to Dawn at TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation’s summer farm in Saratoga Springs.
Dogwood Patty made all 52 of her starts in Canada, mostly in the claiming ranks at Fort Erie and Woodbine. Now at 27, she lives at TAA-accredited Our Mims.
With a racing career that spanned seven seasons, Hammers Terror retired from racing with earnings of $522,372. Then he found his way to TAA-accredited Second Stride.