By Francis LaBelle From deep inside, the racehorse began to rise. His long neck stretched, his front legs reached and […]
By Fran LaBelle It never ceases to amaze how quickly mistreated horses can make a full comeback with patience, care […]
By Francis LaBelle As part of its mission, the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation encourages anyone who has made a living or […]
By Bridgett McIntosh and Katie Kaufman Article originally appeared in Middleburg Life Virginia’s lush green pastures are more than just […]
By Susan Salk on October 21, 2016 Three decades having passed since he jackhammered concrete floors of an old dairy […]
By Sue Finley Two months after being rescued from a dire neglect case in Mercer County on a farm leased […]
By Susan Salk on June 29, 2016 Silver Cliff and Z Camelot, two Thoroughbreds discovered in a herd of abandoned […]
by Susan Salk, Off Track Thoroughbreds Ocala, FL – A former inmate who had lost almost everything when she was […]
by Susan Salk, Off Track Thoroughbreds A young woman who learned to ride and care for horses while participating in […]
Horses helped him prosper after 2 prison stays by Susan Salk on January 7, 2016 A twice-convicted Virginia man who […]
Published on Jun 22, 2015 Some inmates in the Maryland state prison system are hoping to make their lives after prison better by working with retired racehorses. The prisoners benefit from learning new skills as well as the compassion and patience it takes to work with the horses. Studies have shown that programs like these help decrease the likelihood that an inmate will return to prison. PRODUCER/EDITOR: Gabriella Garcia-Pardo VIDEOGRAPHERS: Kathryn Carlson and Gabriella Garcia-Pardo
Hosted by: The Adelphi Saratoga and Casamigos Spirits Company For the Benefit of: The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation (TRF) and the […]