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The Show Must Go On for New Vocations

While most organizations, racing or otherwise, experienced a stagnation in business during the midst of the Coronavirus shut-down, Thoroughbred aftercare programs confronted quite the opposite. When racing in most states was a giant question mark for months on end, for many horses that would have otherwise stayed in training throughout the spring season, the decision was made to enter them into retirement. Since the first of the year, New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program has brought in 240 horses to their rehabilitation and rehoming program, a 23% increase from last year's...

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Over 450 Thoroughbreds Compete at Joint New Vocations Show, T.I.P. Championships

More than 450 Thoroughbreds traveled from 26 states to compete in the fifth annual New Vocations All-Thoroughbred Charity Horse Show, held Sept. 6-8 in conjunction with The Jockey Club's Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.) at the Kentucky Horse Park near Lexington. It was the largest number of competitors to date for the show, which coincided with nearly $120,000 in sponsorships raised, the highest amount the show has raised to date. The funds go to New Vocations, which is the largest racehorse adoption charity in the country, and will be used to...

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