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New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program

EIN: 31-1681380
Founded: 1992
New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program
3293 Wright Rd
Laura OH 45337
Last Updated 2016-04-16

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Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
Standing in the gap for retired racehorses providing a safety net through rehabilitation, education, & placement in qualified, caring homes.
To use the Program as an outreach for at risk youth to instill work ethics and a sense of responsibility.

Primary Focus involving horses (Horse Welfare, Public Service, Sport & Recreation):  Horse Welfare

Our organization operates programs involved with horse rescue, foster care, rehabilitation, adoption and/or retirement.

Our organization is directly responsible for the care and shelter of horses.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities
New Vocations needs volunteers each year for Equine Affair in Columbus, Ohio, Rolex and Thoroughbreds For All in Lexington, KY, the Pennsylvania Horse Expo in Harrisburg, our Horse Show and Little Brown Jug Benefit in Delaware, OH.

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Funding For Long Term Care
One a horse is sound and equipped with new skills, it can still take many months or even a year or longer to find an older, more spirited, limited use, or less physically appealing horse a home. Funds are needed to provide care for the more difficult to adopt horses until a home can be found.

Funding For Retraining Retired Racehorses
Racehorses are very athletic and intelligent. With retraining they are suitable for a wide variety of disciplines. Funding is needed to equip retired racehorses with suitable skills to ensure they have a future beyond the track.

Funding For Racing Injury Surgery & Rehabilitation
Many horses retire from the track with injuries. Most, if treated properly and given ample recovery time, will heal sufficiently that the horse can have a useful quality life. Funds are needed to provide necessary surgery and rehabilitation so these horses avoid a lifetime of lameness and/or going to slaughter.