The New England Thoroughbred Retirement Center welcomed with open arms six Turning For Home retirees in mid February.
David Sears, owner of Watchtower Farm and the director of NETRC will finish the rehabilitation on Unlimited Dreams, and work to help retrain Strong Inheritance, Minnie's Boy, Icy Clone, Dixie Dash, and Make The Point in order to find approved and loving homes for the former Philadelphia Park runners.
"I am very pleased to be working with David and NETRC," said Barbara Luna, Turning For Home's Program Administrator. "After meeting with David and seeing the beautiful farm, and how he cares for his other retirees, I have no doubt that our boys will do very well. Their futures are secure under his careful eyes."
NETRC joins South Jersey Thoroughbred Retirement and Adoption as an approved non-profit with which Turning For Home works in providing useful lives for retired raceorses from Philadelphia Park.