The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance announced a new partnership with Lexington, Kentucky-based equine feed manufacturer Hallway Feeds, the organization said in a release Friday.
Family-owned and operated by the Hall Family since 1964, the company is prepared to make a major financial commitment to accredited Thoroughbred aftercare through this collaboration. Select Hallway Feeds bags will proudly feature the 'Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Proud Supporter' Seal. In addition, the partnership will include race presentations and event booths.
“Hallway Feeds is proud to support the efforts of Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. As a company that supplies feeds to all facets of the Thoroughbred industry it is fitting that we take an active role in their aftercare,” said Lee Hall, Vice President, Hallway Feeds.
“Lee Hall has established Hallway Feeds as a prominent supplier of horse feeds, not only in Kentucky but also across the United States and globally,” said Craig Bandoroff, Owner of Denali Stud and TAA Vice President. “Recognizing the critical role of accredited aftercare, Lee has committed Hallway Feeds as a strategic partner to advance the cause, actively participating in spreading the important message and mission of Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance.”