Breeders’ Cup Contenders Pledge Support for Racehorse Aftercare

To date, 47 Breeders’ Cup horses have owners and/or trainers who have pledged to donate a percentage of their earnings from the championship races.

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Monomoy Stables—which campaigns Breeders' Cup Distaff contender Monomoy Girl in partnership with M. Dubb, The Elkstone Group, and Bethlehem Stables—is one of the many owners and trainers pledging a percentage of their Breeders' Cup winnings to support racehorse aftercare. | Photo: Courtesy Breeders' Cup/Evers/ESW/CSM

Thoroughbred owners and trainers are stepping up to support racehorse aftercare by participating in the New Vocations Breeders’ Cup Pledge.

Now in its ninth year, the pledge has raised more than $480,000; 100% of funds raised supporting the program’s rehabilitation, retraining, and rehoming efforts.

“New Vocations is a program the LNJ Foxwoods team believes in,” said Jaime Roth of racing owners LNJ Foxwoods. “Their mission to give horses a brighter future through love, compassion and belief in them is what aftercare is all about. We choose to make a difference by supporting the Breeders’ Cup Pledge. Best of luck to all Breeders’ Cup horses, but most importantly a safe trip to all

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