Retired Thoroughbreds at Home in Senior Living Community

Well-regarded Thoroughbred aftercare organization Old Friends has partnered up with Ashton Grove Senior Living Community to form a relationship between senior citizens and equine retirees.

Old Friends, the non-profit organization that cares for over 200 retired racehorses near Georgetown, Ky., has formed a unique arrangement with Georgetown's new Ashton Grove Senior Living Community, which is located a few miles from the Old Friends property. Equine retirees from Old Friends will live at Ashton Grove, which is positioned on approximately 40 acres of former Hill 'n' Dale Farm land. Ashton Grove has eight fenced paddocks, a 12-stall barn, and run-in sheds under construction. Old Friends hosted a grand opening of the new location Friday.

“This is a dream come true,” said Old Friends founder and president Michael Blowen. “Retired horses. Retired people. A match made in heaven.”

Read more on the TDN: https://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/old-friends-joins-forces-with-senior-living-community/

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