Sponsor a Retired Racehorse!

The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Sponsorship Program helps provide lifelong care for former racehorses that are unsuitable for adoption. 

Sponsors receive a personalized packet about their selected horse, photos and updates throughout the year, and even the opportunity to meet the horse in person.

Sponsorships make great gifts to celebrate birthdays, holidays, and other special occasions, and we can mail a packet directly to the recipient of your choice.

We also offer a “kid-friendly” sponsorship packet for youngsters!

Quite Rightly

Quite Rightly

A great-grandson of Triple Crown winner Affirmed, Quite Rightly has a serious allergy that requires daily medication and a special diet. In December 2013 we learned that Quite Rightly has developed a serious allergy to something in his environment.  An expensive series of tests were required to discover the cause and develop a serum...
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Tank

Tank

  Named for her stocky build, Tank is one of the few unregistered Thoroughbreds in TRF’s herd. The dark bay mare was one of 177 malnourishedand starving horses rescued in 2010 from Ernie Paragallo’s infamous Center Brook Farm in upstate NY.  Just a filly at the time, her breeding remains unknown and she was...
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Jet on Home

Jet On Home

Jet On Home may not have a notable racing history, but this mare deserves special recognition because of her absolutely endearing personality. She bucks the negative “chestnut mare” stereotype and patiently lets volunteers dress her up in costumes for holiday-themed TRF photo shoots.  She lives at the Second Chances Farm at Wallkill Correctional Facility...
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Shake You Down

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Shake You Down won over $1.44 million during his career, making him the most successful racehorse in TRF’s history.  In 2003 he won five straight races, including three graded stakes, on his way to a run at the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (gr. I) Championship. He now makes a difference in the lives of the...
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Quick Call

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At age 30, Quick Call is a TRF elder statesman but in his earlier days he was a superstar who raced for 7 years and dominated the New York tracks.  The graded stakes winner reeled off half of his 16 career wins at the legendary Saratoga Race Course, where he continues to be honored...
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Hemingway’s Key

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Hemingway’s Key is one of the most recognizable horses in TRF’s herd, having competed in 2 legs of the 2006 Triple Crown, including the same race that stunned the nation when Kentucky Derby winner, Barbaro, was critically injured. Once campaigned by New York Yankees principal owner George Steinbrenner, Hemingway’s Key’s is remembered by trainer...
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