Daily Racing Form Publishes 6th Annual TAA Magazine

2021 TAA DRF magazine

Daily Racing Form, part of the Sports Information Group and a national, multi-platform media and e-commerce company providing premium data and authoritative editorial coverage to horse racing and sports enthusiasts in North America, announced that the sixth annual Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance magazine, which DRF publishes, is now available. Printed copies of the magazine will be available at various race meets, sales, and equestrian events across the country and through TAA-accredited organizations.

“On behalf of TAA, I would like to thank DRF for producing this magazine, which is an extremely valuable marketing tool for the organization,” said Janice Towles, TAA accreditation and grants manager. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase all of the TAA-accredited organizations as well as our accomplishments during the past year and we are grateful to have this platform to highlight the growing aftercare movement and diversity in TAA-accredited programs.”

This year’s edition features 108 color pages and profiles of all 81 TAA-accredited organizations. The magazine also includes in-depth articles on expanded sustainable funding for aftercare, the networking initiatives undertaken by aftercare organizations to help each other operate more effectively during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the accreditation process aftercare organizations must complete to be certified. In addition, the 2021 issue features a message from outgoing TAA President John Phillips, a map of TAA-accredited organizations, and a list of TAA’s industry stakeholders.

“It’s an honor to publish this year’s edition of TAA magazine and help the TAA address issues that are crucial to all industry stakeholders,” said Itay Fisher, Daily Racing Form’s Chief Executive Officer. “We applaud those involved with TAA-accredited organizations, and DRF will continue to support the TAA’s mission to showcase the vast array of opportunities for thoroughbreds following their racing days.”