The TAA is proud of our network of 70 accredited organizations in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico that retrain, rehome, and retire our equine athletes. #FriendsofTAA #TBAftercare
Congrats to TAA intern Alex Kokka who was named Outstanding Intern at the University of Kentucky Ag Equine Program Internship Showcase Dec. 6. Congrats, Alex! 🎉 🐴Read more on ThoroughbredAftercare.org.
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We had so much fun taking over the @visithorsecountry instagram yesterday! View their page to see all of our posts and take a tour of TAA-accredited @makersmarksecretariatcenter or @kyequinehumanecenter through Horse Country! Repost @visithorsecountry: ・・・ Thanks for following along today’s #TAATakeover! 🎉 To learn more about Thoroughbred aftercare or see the hard work that goes into retraining and rehoming former racehorses, book a tour with Horse Country to @tbaftercare - accredited @kyequinehumanecenter or @makersmarksecretariatcenter . . . Both of these Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance-accredited organizations work diligently day in and day out to help transition equine athletes to the next stage in their lives. To learn more about the TAA, follow us at @TBAftercare or visit ThoroughbredAftercare.org. Cheers!
We’re taking over the Horse Country Instagram account today! Follow along for more information about accredited Thoroughbred aftercare! Repost @visithorsecountry: ・・・ Welcome to Tuesday Takeover with the TAA! We are so excited to share with you today the important work of this organization! . . .The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to aiding Thoroughbreds in their transition from the racetrack to a new career. . . The TAA does two major things: 1. Accredit aftercare organizations through a detailed application and inspection process, making sure our equine athletes receive the best care; and 2. Award financial grants to these accredited nonprofit organizations that retrain, rehome, and retire Thoroughbred racehorses. This year alone the TAA is granting $3 million to 70 accredited aftercare organizations, with a total of more than $13.8 million awarded since 2012. Horses and humans alike can agree that the TAA is making a difference one stride at a time.
We're happy to have Thoroughbred Retirement Network of Louisiana as one of our 70 accredited organizations. View the full list on ThoroughbredAftercare.org. #TAAaccredited