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October 18, 2018

PERRINEVILLE,N.J. — Helping Hearts Equine Rescue is having a fall fundraiser.

Helping Hearts Equine Rescue was incorporated as on Jan. 10, 2008 as a non-profit corporation.

In the last nearly 11 years, Helping Hearts has helped hundreds of equines in need, young old and everything in between. It is an expensive process.

Sales of buying popcorn, chocolates and wrapping paper is the ...

New Vocations Seeks Pledges From Breeders’ Cup Contenders to Support Aftercare

LEXINGTON, Ky. — New Vocations launched of their annual Breeders’ Cup Pledge. The program is seeking owners and trainers of Breeders’ Cup contenders to pledge a percentage of their Championship earnings to support their mission to rehabilitate, retrain and rehome retired racehorses. This will be the ninth year for the fundraiser which has raised over $480,000 to ...

Slide Show: Mylestone Equine Rescue's Open House

POHATCONG TWP., N.J. — Mylestone Equine Rescue held its 19th Open House on Oct. 7.

The horses at Mylestone are not just any horses — they are all rescued horses who once faced cruelty, starvation, the auction, or slaughter. Many have special needs.

Funds raised from a silent auction, featuring baskets, crafts, art, and much more; the bake sale and other sales will go toward the ...

The Right Horse Initiative Launches Adoptable Horse Listing Website

KATONAH, N.Y. — The Right Horse Initiative launched My Right Horse, an innovative web-based platform that connects potential adopters with available horses. My Right Horse simplifies the process of searching for and adopting a horse by collecting information on adoptable horses into one location and standardizing the quality of information, photos and videos for available horses.

My ...

Young Trainer Helps Standardbreds Win The Ultimate Prize — New Homes

ALLENTOWN, N.J. — Although everybody was declared a winner at the third annual Standardbred Makeover, some won the ultimate prize — a new home.

Among the big winners was Sears Tower, a.k.a. Korra, trained by Brielle Roman, of Allentown, N.J. She was named "Best English Pleasure Potential," although she had already had a new home waiting for her. The adopter agreed to ...

Meet Mylestone's Rescued Horses On Oct. 7

POHATCONG TWP., N.J. — Sunday, Oct. 7 is the date for Mylestone Equine Rescue’s 19th Open House. The annual event will be held from 12 to 4 p.m. at their farm in Pohatcong, N.J., rain or shine.

For anyone who’s ever wanted to meet a horse up-close and personal, this is your opportunity. But the horses at Mylestone are not just any horses — they are all rescued horses ...

Standardbred Adoption Special Runs Through Oct. 15

CREAM RIDGE, N.J. — The Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) is offering an adoption special through Oct. 15, 2018.

The fee for all horses is $350 and companion horses have no fee at all.  

There are more than 100 to choose from, most are not on the SRF website yet because they come and go so quickly. Potential adopted can describe what they are looking for on the ...

'Real Riders' Will Test Their Mettle At Plantation Field on Sept. 23

UNIONVILLE, Pa. — On Sunday, Sept. 23, the on-track and off-track worlds will come together as 16 celebrities from various sectors of Thoroughbred racing will compete in the show jumping arena for the second annual Real Rider Cup at the Plantation Field International Horse Trials in Unionville, Pa.

Teams of Thoroughbred owners, trainers, exercise riders and racing analysts will compete ...

Pa., N.J. and N.Y. Thoroughbred Owners Eligible For Training Scholarships

GRANTVILLE, Pa. — CANTER-Pennsylvania (CPA) will name three recipients for its annual training and educational scholarship program created to honor the memory of Becky Julian, an educator and Thoroughbred advocate.

The scholarships of $500 each are to be used for training purposes only such as riding lessons, clinics, camps or horse related seminars. The grants are open to Mid-Atlantic ...


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