Second Stride

How Divine
How Divine

How Divine ran three times, never breaking her maiden. The daughter of Divine Park retired to TAA-accredited Second Stride, but the flashy bay didn’t have long to wait before being adopted by Kendall Pray. “Divi” took to her second career with grace, making it clear she was meant for the show ring.

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Special Ops
Special Ops

Special Ops raced for six seasons and retired with a record of 8-5-2 out of 34 starts. The Mike Maker trainee earned just more than $383,000 and won the 2017 West Virginia House of Delegates Speaker’s Cup Stakes. The son of Big Brown out of the graded stakes-placed True and True retired to TAA-accredited Second […]

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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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Hammers Terror
Hammers Terror

With a racing career that spanned seven seasons, Hammers Terror retired from racing with earnings of $522,372. Then he found his way to TAA-accredited Second Stride.

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TAA Grads Find Success at Thoroughbred Makeover
TAA Grads Find Success at Thoroughbred Makeover

The Retired Racehorse Project’s Thoroughbred Makeover was a success and the TAA is proud to see so many accredited organizations well represented with competitors in nearly every discipline.

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