The Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association is proud to support the Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association (PTHA) Turning for Home, the model program for Parx Racing's retired racehorses. In just four years, the program has offered safe retirement to over 730
Turning For Home, the Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association’s racehorse retirement program at Parx Racing, was the recipient of a $50,000 donation from the racetrack on August 21. The presentation was made during the unveiling of sculptor Nic Fiddian-Green’s “Horse At
Turning For Home presented the winner's blanket to Briana Gonzalez and her 20-year-old Thoroughbred, Front Page News, in the featured $1,500 Hunter classic on Sunday, October 21 at the Fall For Horses Show. Also making headlines were Turning For Home
Nearing its fifth anniversary, the PTHA's racehorse retirement program Turning For Home currently boasts 870 retirees, and continues to accept four horses a week for rehabilitation, retraining, and eventual adoption. "We have made a huge impact on the racing industry since
NBC10's SHEENA PARVEEN worked with Comcast SportsNet to profile former Turning for Home gelding SOUTH FLEET in his new career as a police horse, as well as met with some of our Parx Racing trainers who have sent horses to
Thoroughbreds are athletic animals who can go on to new careers in many disciplines, like dressage, jumping or even western pleasure. At Turning for Home, we support these second careers through sponsorships of OTTB classes, divisions and series, with
The Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association will be hosting their 5th Annual Stallion Auction event starting on Jan. 29th and ending on Jan. 31st. Stallions offered will include Jump Start, Tale of Ekati, Wiseman’s Ferry, Shackleford, Afleet Alex, and many more.