The Happy Herd at Pastures of Point Lookout

About the Farm

“To honor my late wife, Phyllis Mills Wyeth and her Belmont Stakes winner Union Rags, I am transforming our farm into a retirement sanctuary for racehorses,” Jamie Wyeth explained. “I view Pastures of Point Lookout as a lasting reminder of the contributions to the world of horse racing by Phyllis and her champion, Union Rags.”

The amazing team at Brookledge delivers the herd from Wallkill to Pastures of Point Lookout

Anita Motion serves as the Executive Director of Pastures of Point Lookout. She implements the organization’s guidelines and policies for equine care for the aging herd as well as providing oversight and hands-on management for the full-time farm staff who will care for the horses and maintain the 250-acre farm where they reside. Most recently the home of Belmont winning Union Rags (2012), the farm used by PPL has been modified to support the “pasture lifestyle” to which the TRF horses have become accustomed over their many years at the TRF Second Chances Program at Wallkill.  

Media Coverage

Garnett Valley Living, Rachel Brown, Jamie Wyeth’s Pasture of Point Lookout Wins Award of Merit

Horse Racing Nation, by Tom Pedulla (December 29, 2020) Artist Wyeth honors his late wife, adopts 10 retired racehorses

Chadd’s Ford Magazine, by Rachel Rubino (December 2020) A Lifelong Love and a Lasting Legacy

The Plaid Horse (August 20, 2020): World-renowned America artist, Mr. Jamie Wyeth, creates Sanctuary Farm to honor his late wife

The Bloodhorse, by Jay Hovdey (July 27, 2020): New Thoroughbred Retirement Farm Honors Phyllis Wyeth


Meet the Herd

Each horse has a story. Their equibase record provides a snapshot of their “first career”. Click their name below to learn more about each horse and their journey to Pastures of Point Lookout. (more info here)

Canonize
Creative Numbers
Go For Two
Jaystone
Tom’s Dream
Private Jones
Swift Silver
Tame
Tsuris
Vow
The PoPL horses at the TRF Second Chances Program at Wallkill Correctional Facility (NY)

Adopt One, Save Two!

Most of the horses at TRF sustained career-ending injuries on the racetrack. While they are healthy and happy charging around the fields with their pasture-mates, they are not able to withstand the rigors of steady riding.  At the TRF, all horses are given permanent, dignified retirement for the rest of their lives; and that is where YOU come in.  

Learn more about the TRF Adoption Process.