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Champions Day
Champions Day

Kicking off Kentucky Derby week is Champions Day on Tuesday, September 1 at Churchill Downs. The TAA will present the Champions Day Marathon Overnight Stakes.

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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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Kendra Scott Gives Back to the TAA
Kendra Scott Gives Back to the TAA

Shop online at Kendra Scott using the code “GIVEBACK8816” and 20% of your purchase will go to the TAA. Check out Acacia Courtney’s race-day jewelry picks for some inspiration.

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TVG Named Title Sponsor of Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, Partners with TAA
TVG Named Title Sponsor of Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, Partners with TAA

FanDuel will become the title sponsor of two Breeders’ Cup races. Two of FanDuel Group’s charity partners will be incorporated into naming rights—the FanDuel Breeders’ Cup Mile presented by PDJF and the TVG Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) presented by Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance.

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True Simon
True Simon

True Simon only ran four times. A life on the racetrack wasn’t meant for him, as he never broke his maiden, but he retired to TAA-accredited Secretariat Center to start anew.

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Strike N Win
Strike N Win

Strike N Win made all 90 of his starts in Puerto Rico, mostly in the claiming ranks. The Illinois-bred son of Tenpins retired with 10 wins and $72,854 in earnings. Then he came to Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare.

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Odlum
Odlum

Odlum was a true warhorse, making the majority of his 62 starts in eight seasons in the claiming ranks. The Florida-bred son of Concerto racked up more than $150,000 in earnings before retiring to MidAtlantic Horse Rescue.

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Sawdust
Sawdust

After 43 starts, Sawdust retired to TAA-accredited MidAtlantic Horse Rescue with a record of 6-7-8 and earnings of nearly $95,000. Upon being shown to Al Gillen’s daughters, Sawdust instantly stole the show.

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Kipper Dan
Kipper Dan

A warhorse of 42 starts, Kipper Dan only visited the winner’s circle once but it making moves in the dressage arena thanks to Thoroughbred Athletes.

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All Hundreds
All Hundreds

Heather Wiley helped deliver All Hundreds and with the help of Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare, they have reunited and begin a new chapter together.

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