New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program Seeing the potential in every horse.
To stand in the gap for noncompetitive, often injured racehorses providing a peaceful environment and skilled hands to assist in their development as pleasure mounts. To place these horses in experienced, loving homes that will continue their education so they have a skill and therefore, a future .
Started in 1992
Received 501 (c) 3 Status
Since 1992 we have placed over 3000 horses in homes
Currently place over 300 a year
Where do the horses come from?
16 different states
Once they enter New Vocations
#1 Goal is to start the transition.
Daily turn out with other horses
Increase of calories
Start under saddle work and evaluate what the horse knows
Standardbreds / get their first riding experience
Turn Out/ Socialization
Starting Back Under Saddle
Pacers and Trotters
Start under saddle
They make great trail horses.
Where do they go?
19 different states last year
Everywhere East of Kansas
Pleasure, dressage, jumping, eventing, Western pleasure, barrel racing, breeding programs, pleasure driving, therapeutic riding, and lesson programs.