AUGUST 14, 2013

After the racetrack, what’s next?

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After The Homestretch has been assuring ex-racehorses a promising future – new adoptive homes!

In less than 2 years they have rescued over 32 racehorses and placed 18 in new, adoptive homes.  In order to continue this work of resting, rehabbing and retraining, After The Homestretch needs a place to call home.  (They currently have 13 in our herd.)

Do you have or know of a property that can be donated or leased to this non-profit?  Are you able to assist with a capital campaign to raise funds to purchase a facility? Contributors to the campaign will have naming rights.  Let’s together guarantee racehorses have a place to go to transition from the track into a new career and a new home.  Ideal:  N. Phoenix, Desert Hills, Cave Creek area; 2.5+ acres; modest residence; water on property (prefer well or irrigation); shades; railing around turnouts.

Please call or contact:  After The Homestretch-Arizona;; 623-205-8528,; a 501(c)(3) non-profit; EIN 45-2897060.

horseReno is a 15.3h dark bay gelding and was foaled in California on March 20, 2004. His dam is Running River by River Special and his sire is Avenue of Flags. Reno is ready to go to his new home and start a new career. He is a medium-high spirit Left Brain Extrovert.  He is very playful, smart, and needs a lot of fast paced activity. His perfect partner will enjoy his exuberant attitude and will want to do a specific job with him.

Email to meet Reno. Visit their website to see the other horses available for adoption.