Industry Stakeholders

  • Friends
    1. Remi F. Bellocq
    2. George Bolton
    3. Michael Burns Photography
    4. Cambus-Kenneth Farm
    5. Kathy Cooper
    6. Dean Dorton Allen Ford Charitable Foundation
    7. Debbie Easter
    8. Bill Farish
    9. Mrs. Hamp
    10. Paul Harry
    11. Hart Farm, Inc.
    12. Phoebe Hayes
    13. Leslie Hazel
    14. Samantha Landry
    15. Sing Murphy
    16. Lisa Odell
    17. Purses for Ponies
    18. Steven Rocco
    19. Mariah Schwenk
    20. John Sondereker
    21. Ric Waldman
    22. Carla Walgenbach
    23. Will Wong Photography


If you would like to be listed on the TAA website as a supporter please contact our office. (859) 224-2756

  • It is vital that we take care of our Thoroughbreds both during and after their careers. For all the opinions, ideas, and strategies about promoting the future health of the Thoroughbred industry, I think every breeder and stallion owner can agree on one thing: Horses are our lifeblood. As the ones who are engaged in the breeding of horses, we breeders and stallion owners have the responsibility to do more for these animals. We have the most to gain by meeting our obligations for aftercare, and we have the most to lose if we fail to do so.

    Antony Beck

    CEO, Gainesway
  • It’s not about choosing, it’s about participating. As participants in the sport of Thoroughbred racing, we should all be responsible and do our part. Our horses and our industry depend on it.

    Jimmy Bell

    President, Darley America
  • It is our privilege to see Thoroughbreds at their finest moments in the Breeders’ Cup World Championships and it is this industry’s collective responsibility to see to their aftercare when the celebrations are over. As a proud founding member and supporter of the TAA’s mission and vision, we partner with them in their work and dedication to Thoroughbred aftercare.

    Dora Delgado

    Executive Vice President & Chief Racing Officer, Breeders' Cup
  • The TAA is preserving the sport of Thoroughbred racing by ensuring proper treatment of our equine athletes as they leave racing competition. Effective, efficient, and practical, the TAA provides for the sport what the fans and public require. If you love the sport or participate in the industry, supporting the TAA is not an option, it is an obligation.

    John Phillips

    TAA President; Owner, Darby Dan Farm
  • At 1/ST and 1/ST HORSE CARE, we are committed to achieving the highest level of horse health and safety standards in Thoroughbred racing. It is the collective duty of all industry stakeholders to ensure that these equine athletes are properly cared for—before, during, and after their racing careers. The TAA is an important part of Thoroughbred racing’s ecosystem and our company is proud to support their essential work.

    Belinda Stronach

    Chairman and President, The Stronach Group and 1/ST
  • As a proud TAA Board Member, I have seen firsthand the great work the organization does to protect and care for Thoroughbred horses after their racing careers have ended. As participants and stakeholders in this sport, we owe a duty of care to the equine athletes who are truly the heart of Thoroughbred racing. With an incredible network of accredited partner organizations, the funds received by the TAA quickly and visibly make a big difference. Being a small part of caring for these incredible animals is indeed my privilege.

    Nicole Walker

    Equestrian and Vice President, The Stronach Group
  • It is our responsibility as owners, tracks, breeders, trainers, jockeys, bloodstock agents, and anyone who has a stake in the game to take responsibility for the aftercare of these great animals who are the keystone of our sport.

    Jack Wolf

    TAA Past President; Managing Partner, Starlight Racing