Success Stories

Don’t Lecture Me
Don’t Lecture Me

The Oklahoma-bred son of Podium only made three starts before retiring. While life on the track wasn’t for Don’t Lecture Me, he’s found his calling through TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Athletes.

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Bull City Bonus
Bull City Bonus

A career maiden, Bull City Bonus retired to TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Athletes and found an instant connection with an adopter aiming to compete in dressage.

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You Betcha
You Betcha

You Betcha only made one start before an injury forced an early retirement from the racetrack. The son of Super Saver then made his way to TAA-accredited ReRun.

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Dream Police
Dream Police

After stumbling across Dream Police’s profile online at TAA-accredited Win Place Home, Sydney Gilmartin knew the Wildcat Heir gelding was the horse for her.

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Urban Burn
Urban Burn

Adopted out from TAA-accredited New Beginnings Urban Burn checked all of the boxes for a new family horse for his adopter.

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Make The Point
Make The Point

The well-bred gelding found his calling off the racetrack in the dressage arena thanks to TAA-accredited New Vocations.

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Green Mouse
Green Mouse

Nina Neumann found herself drawn to the string of newly arrived OTTBs in her barn from TAA-accredited CANTER Michigan, especially one in particular named Green Mouse.

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Callmetony
Callmetony

Callmetony was a hard knocker. He closed out his racing career in the claiming ranks at age 11 and began a new life at TAA-accredited Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue.

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Bubba Sparks
Bubba Sparks

Bubba Sparks had a nose for the wire on the racetrack, and at the age of 19 he’s still finding ways to win at the TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation’s Second Chances Program at Wallkill.

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Indygo Joe
Indygo Joe

Indygo Joe only made one start before retiring to TAA-accredited Friends of Ferdinand. Although the son of Indygo Shiner wasn’t meant for the fast lane, he has since found his place.

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