Thoroughbred Owner Issues Challenge to Benefit TRF

Saylor will match any gift to the “Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Saylor Challenge,” up to $50,000.

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Thoroughbred owner and breeder Paul Saylor has issued a matching gift challenge to benefit the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation (TRF).

From Jan. 24 through Feb. 29, Saylor will match any gift, of any size, to the "Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Saylor Challenge," up to $50,000.00.

The funds will be used specifically to support the daily needs of more than 1,000 former racehorses currently under the TRF’s care. Donors may specify that their gifts be earmarked for "Olivia’s Herd," which represents the organization’s horses that are most in need of special care or feeding because of age or other physical condition.

"I am issuing this challenge to motivate people in the racing industry and Thoroughbred lovers to donate to the TRF," said Saylor in a release. "Thoroughbred racing as a business needs to show that caring for retired racehorses is a priority. I am pleased to be doing this work through the TRF, which I have found to be under sound management and on reasonable financial footing given the difficulties that most charities are experiencing raising money in these times

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