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Image by Captivation Photography, courtesy of Retired Racehorse Project
Image by Captivation Photography, courtesy of Retired Racehorse Project

by Retired Racehorse Project

You’re proudly showing off your new off-track prospect to your barn bestie as he’s settling into his new stall at home. “Where did you rescue him from?” she asks eagerly.

How you respond to this (common) question depends on several factors involved with your horse purchasing or adoption process, but chances are, your horse was not a true rescue, and incorrectly calling him a rescue belies an entire industry dedicated to breeding, raising and producing him for the racetrack. Let’s examine this issue closer.

Read the full story on the Retired Racehorse Project website.

This excerpt is printed with permission from Retired Racehorse Project.

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