TAA Accredits Additional Organizations

There are now 56 accredited aftercare organizations using more than 180 facilities across the United States and Canada.
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The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) announced Nov. 3 that 37 Thoroughbred aftercare organizations have earned accreditation in 2015, 21 of which received reaccredited and 16 of which were accredited for the first time.

This increases the alliance’s total to 56 accredited aftercare organizations using more than 180 facilities across the United States and Canada.

The organizations accredited this year are:

  • After The Homestretch, Arizona;
  • Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue;
  • Beyond The Roses Equine Rescue & Retirement;
  • Brook Hill Retirement Center for Horses, Inc.;
  • CANTER California;
  • CANTER Colorado;
  • CANTER Kentucky;
  • CANTER Ohio;
  • Days End Farm Horse Rescue;
  • Equine Encore Foundation;
  • Equine Rescue of Aiken;
  • Florida Thoroughbred Retirement and Adoptive Care Program;
  • Glen Ellen Vocational Academy, Inc. (GEVA);
  • Horse Power Sanctuaries dba Redwings Horse Sanctuary;
  • Humanity for Horses;
  • Kentucky Equine Humane Center;
  • LoneStar Outreach to Place Ex-Racers (LOPE);
  • LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society;
  • Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue;
  • Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center;
  • MidAtlantic Horse Rescue Inc.;
  • Mitchell Farm Equine Retirement, Inc.;
  • Neigh Savers Foundation, Inc.;
  • New Stride Thoroughbred Adoption Society;
  • New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program;
  • Old Friends;
  • ReRun, Inc.;
  • South Florida SPCA;
  • South Jersey Thoroughbred Rescue;
  • Southern California Thoroughbred Rescue;
  • The Exceller Fund, Inc.;
  • Thoroughbred Placement Resources, Inc.;
  • Thoroughbred Rehab Center;
  • Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation;
  • Thoroughbred Retirement of Tampa, Inc.;
  • TROTT (Training Racehorse Off the Track); and
  • United Pegasus Foundation.

“These organizations have gone through a rigorous accreditation process and have met or exceeded our code of standards,” said TAA President Jimmy Bell. “Our donors should feel confident that their investments in the TAA are going to organizations that provide the best care possible to our retired equine athletes

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