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  • Standardbred Fan Club is comprised of people who have Standardbreds, are interested in the breed, and want to make friends with other Standardbred owners or fan, and anyone from anywhere in the world! At present, this club is located in Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada.

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  • Rutgers Equine Science Center is full of information and resources for you and your horse.  RESC is one of the best teaching facilities in the country.  Check out the Standardbreds that live at the facility.

 

  • Sunshine Horses Inc. is a non-profit, independent adoption agency and rescue facility for horses located north of  Syracuse, NY.  specialize in retraining and rehoming retired Standardbred racehorses. Learn more about the group on their website.

 

  • Standardbred Retirement Foundation offers horses searching for good lifetime homes available in nearly every size, age, and ability. Learn more about their rideable horses or pasture mates by going to their website.

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  • New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program offers retiring racehorses a safe-haven, rehabilitation, and continued education through placement in experienced, caring homes. Learn more about the nation's largest racehorse adoption program by going to their website.

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  • American Standardbred Adoption Program  is a non-profit organization serving Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Michigan as well as other states. On their website you will meet many wonderful horses who need a second chance, a new start, someone like you to care for them. 

    

  • Minnesota Standardbred Racehorse Adoption Program is an organization that works along with Minnesota Harness Racing Inc, to help Standardbreds that have the potential to excel in second careers after their racing careers have ended, find responsible adoptive homes.

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  • Starting Gaits Standardbred Transition Program is based in Ohio and has many Standardbreds looking for their new home.

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  • Racer Placers is in Wisconsin and are dedicated to rehoming and retraining Standardbred  harness racing horses whose racing careers have ended. Their mission is to find responsible adoptive homes where these horses can begin second careers. 

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  • Midnight's Promise Equine Rescue is a recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in North Carolina.  They have many Standardbreds ready to be adopted.

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  • TROTR is a nonprofit, 100% volunteer-based organization that specializes in therapeutic riding, as well as  taking former racehorses and helping them find new, loving forever homes. They are in Woodland, CA.

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  • New Jersey 4-H The New Jersey 4‑H Youth Development Program offers everyone in grades K–13, the opportunity to explore countless opportunities in animal science, arts, foods, outdoor adventure, and more.

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