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SF Bloodstock donates $100,000 to co-sponsor New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program indoor arena


New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program announced today that leading owner, SF Bloodstock, has donated $100,000 to co-sponsor the program’s indoor arena. SF Bloodstock joins co-sponsor Stonestreet Stables, who were the first to pledge their support, and Fasig-Tipton, who are co-sponsoring in honor of the late Bill Graves.

“There’s nothing’s more important than life beyond the racetrack for our equine athletes,” said Tom Ryan of SF Bloodstock. “SF is committed to supporting this great cause and has the utmost confidence in New Vocations.”

“We are so grateful for SF Bloodstock’s generous sponsorship as they were one of the first donors to support our capital campaign and have been avid contributors of our efforts annually,” said New Vocations Program Director Anna Ford. “The indoor arena allows us to provide transitional training throughout the year without being compromised by the rainy days and cold winter months. We definitely would not be able to serve as many retired racehorses without this building.”

New Vocations launched a capital campaign in 2015 to expand its efforts by building the country’s premier adoption facility at the historic Mereworth Farm. The indoor arena plays a vital role in allowing the program to train retired racehorses year-round, as well as host fundraisers and annual events. It also allows New Vocations to host guests and tours in the indoor viewing room, and it serves as an event venue for industry partners. New Vocations is seeking two additional individuals or organizations to complete the sponsorship of the building.

From New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program


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