What Will Happen When She Can’t Race Any Longer?

Most Racehorses Retire Before The Age Of 5…

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TPR has a three-part vision for Responsible Racehorse Retirement

TPR has a three-part vision for Responsible Racehorse Retirement

» To create breed ambassadors in each TPR Graduate. Each TPR Graduate serves as an ambassador for not only the TPR Retraining Program, but for all retired racehorses. We place many retiring racers into high level competitive homes which increases visibility for Thoroughbreds and the TPR training program. TPR training techniques are proactive, using the horse's previous experience as a springboard to teach them to integrate into a new life outside of racing. On average, TPR rehomes over 140 retiring racehorses annually. An average of 35 of these horses completed a full retraining program at Leighton Farm. TPR hopes to continue that rate of ret...

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TPR Newsletter – Summer 2014

TPR Newsletter – Summer 2014

Updates on the work we have done because of the generous support of our donors and volunteers. Clic...
TPR Receives Equus Foundation Horse Whisperer Designation

TPR Receives Equus Foundation Horse Whisperer Designation

Thoroughbred Placement Resources has been designated as the Rusty & Ashley Holzer Horse Whispere...
The 2014 Maryland Thoroughbred Charity Horse Show, Recap and Results

The 2014 Maryland Thoroughbred Charity Horse Show, Recap and Results

UPPER MARLBORO, Md., June 18, 2014— The 2014 Maryland Thoroughbred Charity Horse Show to benefit Tho...

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