Churchill Downs Racing Club

Visit Horse Country Adds TRF Farm to its Membership

The board of directors of Horse Country voted unanimously to add the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation's Chestnut Hall facility in Prospect, Kentucky to its membership roster. "Since our first tours in 2015, the members of our not-for-profit organization have opened their gates to more than 150,000 leisure travelers, fans, clubs and schools in service of our mission of fan development for racing and equine sport," said Anne Sabatino Hardy, executive director of Horse Country. "Aftercare is a critical part of the story of racing and experiential storytelling is an effective and...

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Opportunities Still Available in Churchill Racing Club

Spots are still available for owners in two new Churchill Downs Racing Club horses. Trainers Brad Cox and Tommy Drury will pick out and train an unraced 2-year-old for each of the new groups. Established in 2016, the club gives 400 people (200 per club) a low-cost pathway to introduce and experience the enjoyment of Thoroughbred racehorse ownership for the one-time membership dues of $500. Gary Palmisano will represent the club's interest and serve as a liaison for the club's members. Benefits include regular e-mail updates on the horse, visits...

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