Breeders’ Cup Owners Pledge Winnings to Racehorse Adoption Group

The connections of seven Breeders' Cup starters have pledged a percentage or portion of their earnings to support New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program, which has five facilities in four states.

New Vocations said Oct. 30 IEAH Stable's Court Vision, Diamondrella, and Radiohead; Charles Winner, David Bienstock, and Paul Mandabach's Magical Fantasy; Chasing Dreams

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The connections of seven Breeders' Cup starters have pledged a percentage or portion of their earnings to support New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program, which has five facilities in four states.

New Vocations said Oct. 30 IEAH Stable's Court Vision, Diamondrella, and Radiohead; Charles Winner, David Bienstock, and Paul Mandabach's Magical Fantasy; Chasing Dreams Racing's Noble's Promise; Sovereign Stable's Negligee; and Brushwood Stable's Mushka have made pledges thus far.

The World Championships will be held Nov. 6-7 at Santa Anita Park.

New Vocations focuses on placing retired Thoroughbred and Standardbred racehorses into homes and new careers. The charity said it places an average of 300 retired racehorses each year

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