Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA) has announced that LNJ Foxwoods has established a fund to benefit the abandoned horses in Mercer County, Kentucky.

The “Horses First Fund” will be administered by TCA and will provide for any immediate needs of the horses as well as provide emergency aid for horses in need in the future.

“As soon as we heard about the situation in Mercer County we knew we wanted to help,” said Jaime Roth, owner of LNJ Foxwoods. “TCA is in contact with the volunteers on the farm and they continue to relay their on-farm needs to us. We hope others contribute to this fund that will assist horses in need now and in the future.”

Erin Crady, executive director of TCA, added, “The Roths’ commitment to Thoroughbred welfare is second to none. We are so grateful to them for the establishment of the Horses First Fund and their unwavering commitment to Thoroughbreds.”

Contributions to the Horses First Fund can be made via the online donation form on tca.org.

LNJ Foxwoods, the New York-based racing stable of Larry, Nanci, and Jaime Roth, has campaigned and found success with several racehorses. The three say they are passionate about working to provide Thoroughbreds with a proper retirement and is deeply committed to caring for their runners once their racing days have concluded.

Thoroughbred Charities of America’s mission is to provide a better life for Thoroughbreds, both during and a