LEXINGTON, KY — On December 1, 2023, Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance announced a new partnership with Hallway Feeds. Hallway Feeds is prepared to make a noteworthy impact on accredited Thoroughbred aftercare through this collaboration. In a generous display of support, Hallway Feeds will contribute a substantial sum to fortify the mission of Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. This significant financial commitment not only underscores Hallway Feeds’ dedication to the well-being of Thoroughbreds but also serves as a testament to the strength and depth of their collaboration with Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance.
Hallway Feeds is an equine feed manufacturer based in Lexington, Kentucky since 1964. The family owned and operated company supplies farms, owners, and trainers with feeds and supplements made from research proven and quality tested ingredients. Collaborations with research institutions and leading universities nationwide support Hallway Feeds’ goal to continually refine and perfect the exceptional feeds offered to horsemen and women. The continuous improvements, innovation, and dedication to the health and well-being of the horse has led to global demand for products made by Hallway Feeds.
“Hallway Feeds is proud to support the efforts of Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. As a company that supplies feeds to all facets of the Thoroughbred industry it is fitting that we take an active role in their aftercare,” said Lee Hall, Vice President, Hallway Feeds. “We look forward to sharing our message of support through financial contributions, adding the supporter seal on packaging, and having a physical presence in other methods as a partner with Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. Our team encourages individuals, farms, and businesses that enjoy the blessings of a relationship with Thoroughbred horses to join with us to make a further impact on the role Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance can make to these athletes as they transition into second careers or retirement.”
As part of this partnership, select Hallway Feeds bags will proudly feature the ‘Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Proud Supporter’ Seal in adherence to their partnership with Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. In addition, Hallway Feeds and Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance will collaborate on multiple activations including a race presentation, event booths, and Best Turned Out Horse presentations.
“Lee Hall has established Hallway Feeds as a prominent supplier of horse feeds, not only in Kentucky but also across the United States and globally,” stated Craig Bandoroff, Owner of Denali Stud and Vice President of Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. “Recognizing the critical role of accredited aftercare, Lee has committed Hallway Feeds as a strategic partner to advance the cause, actively participating in spreading the important message and mission of Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance.”
Since their establishment, Hallway Feeds has had a passion for feeding our Thoroughbred racehorses, both on and off the track. Their dedication to racehorse welfare globally by actively collaborating with specialists, forming partnerships with key figures in the industry, and continuously driving innovation to enhancing the health and performance of racehorses makes them a key part of the industry. By providing off-track Thoroughbreds with perfectly balanced feed and supplements, Hallway Feeds is devoted to keeping all horses happy and healthy into retirement and second careers.
About Hallway Feeds
Hallway Feeds, founded and headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky since 1964, is a family owned and operated equine feed manufacturer. Originally founded by Bob and Bonnie Hall, affectionately known as “Mr. Bob” and “Ms. Bonnie”, it is currently run by their children, Lee Hall and his sister Julia Hall. Hallway Feeds’ products can be found throughout Kentucky, at all major equine population centers throughout the country and in more than one dozen countries globally. A continual investment into the improvement of the physical manufacturing facility as well as into product research and development guarantees Hallway Feeds placement as a leader in quality equine feeds and supplements for the health and well-being of horses in every stage of life, reproduction, or performance.
To learn more about Hallway Feeds visit hallwayfeeds.com.
About Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance
Based in Lexington, KY, Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that accredits, inspects, and awards grants to approved aftercare organizations to retrain, retire, and rehome Thoroughbreds using industry-wide funding. Along with continued funding from its original partners Breeders’ Cup, The Jockey Club, and Keeneland Association, Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance is supported by owners, trainers, breeders, racetracks, aftercare professionals, and other industry members. Since inception in 2012, Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance has granted more than $31.9 million to accredited aftercare organizations. Currently 86 aftercare organizations comprised of approximately 180 facilities across North America have been granted accreditation. To learn more about Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, visit thoroughbredaftercare.org.