Over the past two years New Vocations has grown by 25% and is serving morse horses than ever before. Unfortunately, due to limited funding we are still turning away hundreds of horses that need our services.

No Gift is Too Small
To Make a Difference in the Life of an Ex-Racehorse

Thanks to the generous support from people like you, Illinois Derby
winner Joe Vann will find a new vocation beyond the track.

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Year End Donations Needed!

Over the past two years New Vocations has grown by 25% and is serving more horses than ever. Unfortunately, due to limited funding we are still turning away hundreds of horses that need our services. The amount of funding raised each year determines the number of horses we are able to take. Currently, the program rehabs, retrains, and rehomes well over 400 horses a year and our goal is to increase that number in 2013. Please consider making a year end tax-deductible donation so we can expand our efforts and ultimately help more horses find homes beyond the track.


Did You Know?

4200 & counting is the number of ex-racehorses New Vocations has served since 1992.

429 ex-racehorses were adopted through New Vocations in 2011 and we are on target to do the same this year.

25% is how much New Vocations has grown over the last two years.

40 racetracks around the country send horses to New Vocations.

$1600 must be raised to rehabilitate one ex-racehorse.

$1500 must be raised to retrain and rehome one ex-racehorse.

100's of horses are turned away each year due to the lack of funding.


Where Your Donation Goes





Your Donation Gives Ex-Racehorses
a New Vocation

Following 15 starts on the track, Fund the Minister now performs with his young rider in dressage.
After 85 lifetime starts, Edie Maple now sets the pace on the trails as an endurance competitor.
After placing in over half of his 23 races, Cassius C remains a competitive force on the cross-country field.
Russian Bear, Captain Hawke, and Is It For Me or U have all found their true calling as foxhunters.