Retired Racehorse Project

Peyton Place
Peyton Place

Peyton Place has held a special place in the heart and mind of Beverley Strauss, the executive director of Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA)-accredited MidAtlantic Horse Rescue ever since she first laid eyes on him back in June 2018 at Delaware Park. While his race days didn’t last long, his connection to Strauss and MidAtlantic would span for years.

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Jardin de Giverny
Jardin de Giverny

After six starts on the track, Jardin de Giverny never broke her maiden. In 2020, the four-year-old began the next chapter of her life at TAA-accredited MidAtlantic Horse Rescue.  After rehoming thousands of former racehorses, Executive Director Bev Strauss has had plenty of experience transitioning Thoroughbreds off-the-track.  “When Jardin came in it was obvious she […]

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No Saint Sister
No Saint Sister

Bred by Don G. Trett, No Saint Sister was born in 2015. After 22 starts, the daughter of National Saint was decidedly not destined for success as a racehorse. No Saint Sister retired in 2019 with a record of 3-0-2 and earnings of $36,153. While she did not have much luck on the track, No […]

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Be In Charge
Be In Charge

Meet Be In Charge— a young, promising Thoroughbred with champion bloodlines that concluded the racing chapter of his story earlier than anticipated.

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Aftercare Summit
Aftercare Summit

The Thoroughbred Aftercare Summit is the joint effort of the Retired Racehorse Project (RRP), Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA), The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.), and Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA), and is a conference focused on education and networking among those with a professional interest in the retraining and rehoming of Thoroughbreds after racing.

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StableDuel launches #PlayRaceAdopt to raise awareness and funds for TAA, RRP
StableDuel launches #PlayRaceAdopt to raise awareness and funds for TAA, RRP

StableDuel has declared September its “Aftercare Month” and has teamed up with the TAA and the Retired Racehorse Project. to shine a light on the owners of off-track-Thoroughbreds and their horses and raise money within the StableDuel app for the nonprofits.

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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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Frank’s Gift
Frank’s Gift

The unraced son of Temple City has made quite a name for himself by consistently placing in the ribbons in a variety of disciplines.

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Fairly Obvious
Fairly Obvious

Fairly Obvious and Lindsey Partridge’s multidisciplinary success earned them the TAA High Point Award, the Top Pennsylvania-Bred Horse Award, and the Pennsylvania HBPA Award at the 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover.

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Arch Daddy
Arch Daddy

Arch Daddy made eight starts as a 4-year-old before retiring with a record of 2-0-0 and earnings just under $64,000. The half brother to multiple grade 1 winner Lord Nelson retired to TAA-accredited Final Furlong.

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