Education of the racing public, raising awareness of the high welfare standards of racehorse both during and after racing. This is done through approx 20 race meetings where we either take two former Racehorses who stand all day and allow the racing public to come and stroke them, giving us the opportunity to talk to them. We also do ridden parades where we will take 5 or 6 of our retrained former racehorses and parade them, usually before the first race. This allows us to show the racing public the true versatility of these magnificent animals. We also go to local and county shows and give talks to local groups.
Full-time staff, partially dedicated to community engagement
Part-time staff dedicated to community engagement
Volunteers dedicated to community engagement