With your support we can give thoroughbred ex-racehorses a new life and purpose
What We Do
Each year thousands of horses leave racing, some because they reach the natural end of their career, others through injury or lack of ability.
Established in 1991, The Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre was the UKs first charity dedicated to ex-racehorse welfare, re-training, re-homing and protection for life. The Centre is based in Lancashire.
By appropriately re-training and re-homing ex-racehorses from our base in Lancashire the TRC is proud to provide a secure future for these horses for the rest of their lives. Horses are taken either directly from racing and training or from post-racing homes and each horse is assessed individually by a team of professionals before beginning a bespoke re-training programme.
Once a horse achieves an appropriate level of re-training it is entered onto our loan scheme. All horses remain under the ownership of the TRC, and are visited regularly in their loan homes by our volunteer field officers.
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Over the years the TRC has re-homed hundreds of horses where they continue to lead appropriate post-racing careers ranging from hacking and leisure riding to competitive disciplines.
Other services include
• Telephone Helpline
• Care, management and training advice
• Training clinics, educational visits and demonstrations
• External lectures and demonstrations
• Schooling, retirement and convalescence livery
Open Day 16/06/14. New pictures in the gallery now.