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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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Impressive Edge
Impressive Edge

Impressive Edge retired to TAA-accredited LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society after three seasons on the track. From 11 starts, the multiple graded stakes-placed son of Harlan’s Holiday had a record of 2-0-3 and earnings of $160,746.

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Kevin’sgotaprize
Kevin’sgotaprize

Kevin’sgotaprize ran six times at Charles Town, never breaking his maiden. The gelding was taken in by TAA-accredited MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. Now, Kevin’sgotaprize, or “Dietz” is in his second season of fox hunting with adopter Sally Shirley.

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Stormin Eddie
Stormin Eddie

Stormin Eddie earned his warhorse status at 57 starts spanning seven seasons on the track. He retired to TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Retirement Network of Louisiana in 2012 with a record of 7-11-7 and earnings just under $170,000.

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Kulik Lodge
Kulik Lodge

Shortly after his 12th start, Kulik Lodge retired to TAA-accredited New Vocations with a record of 4-2-0 and earnings just under $181,000. Since the Kentucky-bred’s adoption, the pair has worked hard to build a solid foundation in eventing.

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Shackles N Chains
Shackles N Chains

Shackles N Chains raced in both Canada and Florida. At the age of 5, the son of Yes It’s True retired to Florida TRAC.

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Special Ops
Special Ops

The Mike Maker trainee earned just more than $383,000 and won the 2017 West Virginia House of Delegates Speaker’s Cup Stakes, but now his strong work ethic is proving useful in the jumper arena.

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TAA High Point Winners at 2019 T.I.P. Championships
TAA High Point Winners at 2019 T.I.P. Championships

The New Vocations All-Thoroughbred Charity Show and Thoroughbred Incentive Program Championships held Sept. 6-8, 2019 at the Kentucky Horse Park was a success for TAA grads. TAA-accredited organizations were well represented in numerous disciplines and their horses shined bright competitive classes. The TAA presented High Point awards in four disciplines: dressage, hunter, jumper, and pleasure. […]

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Death Valley
Death Valley

By Alexandra Kokka Death Valley ran 55 times in five seasons retiring from the track with a record of 13-9-4 and earnings just over $200,000. In September of 2007, jockey Inez Karlsson earned her first career win with Death Valley breaking his maiden at Arlington Park. Karlsson and Death Valley earned seven more wins together, […]

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Mister Foster
Mister Foster

By Alexandra Kokka Mister Foster was orphaned at just three days old. The Kentucky-bred son of Rocking Trick (ARG) never made it to the track, but has since found his place with adopter Sara Gatchell. “I was doing my equine rehabilitation internship at the Kentucky Equine Adoption Center and had finished my assigned horses for […]

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