Without the generous support of our sponsors and grantors, we could not offer assistance and hope to so many horses. Please support the wonderful organizations and businesses that support Thoroughbred Placement Resources and the horses who need us.
|The EQUUS Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life of horses, promoting the use of horses to enrich the lives of those in need, and educating the public about the horse’s unique ability to empower, teach and heal. Our goal is to build a more informed and compassionate America that values the magical and powerful bond we have with horses – a bond that has existed for centuries and is stronger now than ever before – given the evidence offered by millions of people who are connected to horses today. Messengers are organizations on the Equine Welfare Network that demonstrate a commitment to public transparency by their willingness to publish and share extensive data about their programs, horse care practices, and governance.|
|Tamara Parr donates her time and expertise to TPR’s horses. She is an incredibly gifted and generous person with a deep love of horses. Through skilled touch and a gentle hand, relief and release can be achieved,resulting in increased comfort, range of motion, and balance in the horse. Tamara provides a unique and customized session for the horse that offers a mix of alternative therapeutic techniques. Including bodywork, sports massage, Shiatsu style techniques, myofascial release, passive range of motion, and acupressure points. Using these hands on techniques I allow the horses to participate in the process. Customizing my work to their needs and responses. Click here to find out more.|
|A major supporter of TPR since our inception. Donating ad space and help in finding homes for horses. In publication since 1988, Sidelines Magazine is devoted to the people and personalities that make the horse world exciting. Based in the winter capital of show jumping, polo and dressage, Sidelines is nestled firmly in the heart of the horse world. Sidelines follows its readers as they travel to various show circuits across the country and is the sponsor of dozens of major horse shows and events from Florida to California. Sidelines is the official lifestyle publication of the Winter Equestrian Festival and a media partner of all HITS show circuits. Regular departments and features in Sidelines Magazine include: Gossip from the show grounds and polo fields, rider/trainer/player profiles and interviews, horse shows/event briefs, and contributions from regular columnists. Sidelines also publishers several service directories and a photo classified section. Click here to find out more.|
|A retirement program for Thoroughbreds stabled at NYRA tracks in order to facilitate the search for rehabilitation and retraining placements for these horses. Click here to find out more.|
|If you are a Federal civilian, postal or military donor, you can make pledges to support Thoroughbred Placement Resources and the horses, during the campaign season (September 1st to December 15th) support eligible non-profit organizations. Click here to find out more.|
|TPR was one of only 23 organizations to be accredited by the TAA in it’s first year. They area already a major financial supporter of our work. This organization is working tirelessly to support valid aftercare organizations through a myriad of ways. The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) is an organization designed to serve as both the accrediting body for aftercare facilities that care for Thoroughbreds following the conclusion of their careers and a fundraising body to support these approved facilities. Click here to find out more.|
|To further compel the audience of this era I’ve honed skills in various multimedia technologies such as video, photo and audio. The online audience of today is drawn to this media across the web. Providing this in a compelling format is what keeps them. Click Here to find out more.|
|We are the Thoroughbred Experts! Whether you are looking for an ex-racer as a show or pleasure prospect or have found one and need retraining services, Leighton Farm is the place to come. Leighton Farm and Kimberly and William Clark donate the use of the farm and Kimberly’s riding and training services to TPR at no cost to the charity. Click here to find out more about Leighton Farm.|
|National weekly equestrian magazine with news and results from national and international equestrian competitions, articles, discussion forums, classified ad and more. Supporting TPR, the horses and our charity horse show through advertising. Click here to find out more.|
|We at Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc. care about your horse and the special bond you share. That’s why we’ve developed products to help support your horse’s joint health, digestive health, hoof health, skin and coat health, and overall wellness. Nutramax generously provided Cosequin and other much needed quality products to TPR’s horses free of charge. In addition they also give wonderful prizes for our charity horse show and other events. Click here to find out more.|
|The official TPR and Leighton Farm logo and graphics designer . We have the marketing knowledge, vision, and experience you would expect from a large agency – but without the impersonal service or high cost. Click here to find out more.|
|Offical photographer of TPR and Leighton Farm. Specializing in equine and animal imagery, Katherine is available for events and private sessions in the Mid-Atlantic region, and is skilled in capturing the perfect portraits, conformation, performance and liberty shots. Click here to find out more.|
|TCA raises and distributes money to charitable organizations in Thoroughbred rescue, retirement and adoption; research; backstretch and farm employee programs; and therapeutic riding programs. TCA was the first grant TPR received and they have been a major supporter of the horses we assist each and every year. We could not accomplish our work without their generous support.http://www.tca.org/index.htmlto find out more.|
The Chesapeake Dressage Institute (CDI) is a not-for-profit educational institution founded for serious dressage riders of all levels to improve and refine their skills and progress to the upper levels of their sport. CDI promotes classically correct dressage training, aiming for the highest standards of care for the horse, and striving for excellence on the part of the rider. Click here to find out more.