Team Thoroughbred will accept and care for horses predominantly domiciled in NSW that retire from Thoroughbred racing, or when the decision has been made not to race a horse, if they are unable to find a suitable home.
Prior to acceptance of a horse into the program the following steps must be taken:
No horse is to be transported to a Racing NSW property until points 1 to 7 above have been completed.
For any questions, please contact us on 02 9551 7500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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No, surrendering a horse to Team Thoroughbred NSW does not cost anything. Ownership of the horse and all associated costs and responsibilities are transferred to Team Thoroughbred NSW.
When a horse arrives at one of Team Thoroughbred NSW’s equine welfare farms, it is thoroughly checked over and given any care or treatment it needs (eg farrier work, worming treatment etc.) The horse is then assessed for suitability in its next career and given the appropriate retraining.
A horse can sometimes be deemed unsuitable for rehoming due to behavioural problems or a long-term injury. In this case, the horse will remain in Team Thoroughbred NSW’s care indefinitely. There is no limit to how long a horse can stay with Team Thoroughbred NSW.
No, Team Thoroughbred NSW does not offer spelling facilities.
Concerns for welfare can be reported by emailing email@example.com Please include as much information as possible.
Please download a potential buyer form, fill it in and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once the form has been received and reviewed, a Team Thoroughbred NSW representative will be in touch to discuss the next steps.
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