Retired Racehorse Project Discontinues Publication of Off-Track Thoroughbred Magazine

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After eight years in print, the Retired Racehorse Project will no longer produce its award-winning quarterly publication, Off-Track Thoroughbred Magazine. The forthcoming winter issue will be the last.

“It has been a true honor and pleasure to work with the RRP team to give shape to the concept of a magazine featuring these exceptional horses, and it's been a delightful experience working on all 33 editions,” said Stephanie Church, Editorial Director at The Horse. “We look forward to continuing to work with the RRP to publish the annual Thoroughbred Makeover event program and rulebook and help meet their various content needs.”

“The discontinuation of Off-Track Thoroughbred Magazine does not diminish the RRP's commitment to providing high-quality content and resources for our community,” said RRP Executive Director, Kirsten Green. “We're cognizant of the fact that the majority of the people we serve are not turning to print media for information the way they used to. This change increases accessibility while operating on a production schedule that offers greater consistency and more flexibility with timing and topics.”

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