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Thank you to the generosity of Amy Tarrant, any gift given to the TRF between now and Dec. 31, 2014, will be matched up to $100,000.

Gifts may be made in honor or in memory of loved ones, and sponsorships make a unique and meaningful gift as well.  

Send a check by mail:

Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation
P.O. Box 834
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Make A Gift By Phone:

Call (518) 226-0028.  We accept all major credit cards.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

The TRF is pleased to give special recognition to our supporters
through membership in the following giving societies:

Champion's Circle $100,000
Winner's Circle $50,000
Leader's Circle $25,000
Turf Circle $10,000
Starting Gate $5,000
Paddock $1,000
Friends of TRF $100
 
 A few recent notes from supporters:

  • "It's tragic that animals find themselves in difficult sitations, but TRF is a great organization which which we're proud to be associated." - Larry and Sue, Virginia

  • “From now on I’m sending you any profit I make from horse wagers.  I just can’t profit off the suffering of these fine animals.  Keep up the good work.” – Dave, Massachusetts

  •  “Your work with retired racehorses makes my life as an owner/breeder possible.  I especially thank all of you for this.” – Adele, Kentucky

  • Thank you for taking care of these poor horses when their "use" is done.  They deserve dignity. -- Carol and Jim, New York

  • We hear that you do great things!  Glad to be able to help. -- Ted and Sheila, Virginia

The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Your contribution is tax-deductible. A copy of the foundation's latest annual report may be obtained, upon request, from the organization or from the Office of the Attorney General, Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271.

Our EIN number is 13-3132741

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Said Contessa: Im doing this because I think it is a great idea, a great program and the right thing to do. I firmly believe the industry needs to do everything it can to care for retired racehorses. I have several I care for on my own farm in upstate New York. If you dont make sure they have a proper retirement, they wind up in the wrong place.