Penn National Race Course Working for Horse Adoption

The track’s simulcast feed will run informational slots featuring retired racehorses available for adoption.

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Starting this week, the simulcast television feed for Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course, in Grantville, Pa., will run informational slates that feature retired racehorses available for adoption.

The slates will include a photo of the horse, biographical info, what they will be most suitable for in retirement (i.e., trail riding, show jumping, etc.), and contact information for the farm where the horse is located.

All of the featured horses will be from recognized racehorse adoption and aftercare organizations, such as the New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program and CANTER.

The informational television slates are a joint venture between Penn National Race Course and the Pennsylvania Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association

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