TAA Accreditation Application for 2022 Now Available

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The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) accreditation application for 2022 is now available. Thoroughbred aftercare non-profits, including those accredited for 2021 that want to remain accredited, must complete the application by Apr. 1 to seek accreditation for the coming year.

Accreditation status with TAA is determined after a complete review of five areas of an aftercare organization: operations, education, horse health care management, facility standards and services, and adoption policies and protocols. Organizations will be subject to site inspections of all facilities housing Thoroughbreds.

Organizations that receive accreditation are eligible for financial grants from the TAA, which awarded $3.7 million to accredited organizations in 2021 and has awarded more than $24.5 million since 2012.

Visit ThoroughbredAftercare.org/Accreditation for the application.

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