We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization committed to finding "forever" homes for retired thoroughbred horses.
Florida TRAC Director Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 772-485-3799
Adoption & Volunteer Coordinator Contact: email@example.com 561-609-5253
Fundraising Committee Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 561-801-4804
Fundraising Committee Contact: email@example.com 561-818-9739
Finding forever homes for retired Thoroughbreds
Our efforts depend on a strong alliance between race tracks, industry officials, horsemen, owners, trainers, jockeys and fans. Each and every donation brings us closer to achieving our ultimate goal to see all our horses in successful second careers with "forever homes".
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Metamorphis of the Race Horse
Horses can have more than one purpose. Horses entering the TRAC program receive hands on care, professional retraining, and the chance for a second career. TRAC strives in every way to find suitable adopters for each and every horse. These retired Thoroughbreds go on to success in the show world, on the polo field, in therapeutic riding programs or simply as loving companions. Our adopters are screened and provided with a legal adoption contract. Affordable adoption fees vary per horse. After our horses are placed in adoptive homes, TRAC continues to monitor their progress and care. Preparing our horses for a second career and a renewed sense of love and belonging is the ultimate goal.
How to get involved
There are several ways to get involved
with our cause. Volunteer at Florida TRAC assisting in the ongoing care of our beloved horses; donate to keep our operation alive through monetary donations, needed supplies, equipment and sponsored programs; or adopt a horse into their forever home. To learn more, please feel free to contact us.
Why we need your help
Caring for as many horses as we do is a costly endeavor. Monthly expenses for each horse we board averages over $400 per month in costs. Basic care such as transportation, feed, veterinary care, supplies, retraining & board, including placement at satellite farms when our main facilities become overcrowded are typical costs for all of our horses.