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Help ATR Find a Home!

On New Years Eve, we learned that the farm After the Races calls home for seven years was being put on the market. In spite of our matching the first serious offer placed on the farm, and having been told we'd have first right of refusal, the land owner let the other bidder counter and ultimately sold it for more than we could afford. While at first we were devastated, as our capital campaign gained momentum, we realized that After the Races was actually being set up for it's next big leap in growth. With the help we've received and continue to receive, we are in a good position to purchase a forever home for After the Races that does more for our mission than this farm every could.

We are looking for people who share in our dream that every racehorse will have a safe place to transition, and would like to help us make it a reality. Any funds raised for this purpose will go to securing a permanent home for ATR and we do have properties on our radar (that are off market) that we are considering.


Thermometer will be updated daily to reflect online and offline donations.

How To Help Now:

  1. Any amount you can afford and feel led to give will make an impact.

  2. If you would like to pledge an amount to match contact us via EMAIL.

  3. SHARE this campaign and need with others. You can download shareable PDFs at the bottom of this page. If you would like to customize them, EMAIL us.

All Donations are Tax Deductible! 

Alternative methods to donate:

Venmo: @aftertheraces


Donations over certain amounts can be dedicated to loved ones or even cherished horses or pets (past or present), and commemorated with a plaque in various locations.

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Our long-term goals for a permanent location:

  • Establish a permanent facility for racehorses in transition from racing.

  • Increase our number of stalls to 35+

  • Build a 10+ stall rehabilitation barn solely for treating horses recovering from injuries and surgeries.

  • Ample pasture that can be divided and managed in a way that we can better rest and rotate fields and have more turnout options to meet an individual horse's needs.

  • Build at least one indoor area to work with horses year round, which will keep adoptions flowing even in the heart of winter.

  • Start an internship program to better educate the next generation of horsemen and women.

  • A longterm goal is to also start a therapy program for trauma survivors.


Download Campaign Letters and Shareable Content Here

If you would prefer to customize one of these letters to your specific contact, or to write it in your own voice, contact us and we can send you one that is editable.​

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