Aftercare Charles Town was formed in 2013 to help Charles Town horsemen find homes for horses ending their racing careers. It is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to the rehoming and repurposing of retired racehorses that are ending their racing careers at Charles Town Races. TRRAC Partnership since 2018
PTHA’s Turning for Home, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that has provided nearly 2,900 former racehorses with a safe retirement. The program was created in 2008 through the foresight of the Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (PTHA), which revolutionized the model for racehorse retirement. TRRAC's partnership since 2013
New Start is the retired racehorse re-homing program of the Pennsylvania Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association (PA HBPA). New Start's mission is to place our racehorses, who have been retired from Penn National Race Course, with trusted foster farms who will then adopt out the horses to caring, knowledgeable horse people who can provide safe, enduring homes with suitable care, shelter and paddock space. TRRAC Partnership since 2018
Second Call, founded in 2012, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Thoroughbred Adoption and Placement Program dedicated to New Jersey’s off-the-track Thoroughbreds. Serving as the exclusive "After Care Program" for Monmouth Park, the mission is to assist, and ensure that retired racehorses find a SECOND calling and/or /profession. TRRAC Partnership since 2018
For more than a decade, the CTA team has worked diligently to provide a responsible process for Thoroughbreds that have been shipped to the islands for racing to be returned off the racetracks in healthy condition and ready for new careers and happily ever afters. TRRAC Partnership Since 2020
Thoroughbred Aftercare Programs
The following programs listed below are partnered with us to help transition retiring thoroughbreds into safe and approved homes after their retirement from racing. Our partnership with them is very important, as we all share the common goal of providing our horses with the best care and safety during their second careers in retirement.