The Spring issue of Off-Track Thoroughbred Magazine, the award-winning publication of the Retired Racehorse Project, is hitting mailboxes now! Subscribe now and you’ll get this issue, plus instant digital access to all past issues.
Off-Track Thoroughbred Magazine is the only publication catering specifically to Thoroughbreds in second careers. Each issue of this quarterly publication is packed with feature articles about training, health and soundness, racehorse life, OTTB stars in sport, aftercare and RRP news, and much more. US print subscription is just $30; Canadian subscription is $36. Or, go digital-only anywhere in the world with access to all past issues for $20. Subscribe now at TheRRP.org/Join.
In this issue:
- Trainers explain why they don’t overlook a nice OTTB just because she’s a mare
- How to choose the right bit and bridle for your OTTB
- Tried-and-true techniques for helping make your retired racehorse’s first show a positive one.
- How trainers can use a jump chute to give OTTBs a positive introduction to jumping.
- Tips and tricks from two seasoned Thoroughbred sales grooms that equestrians can use for their show ring prep.
- And more!
Group subscriptions available: Perfect for equine clubs/associations, horsemen’s groups or breeder associations, racing partnerships, aftercare program adopters, equestrian teams and more, sign your group up for discounted subscriptions to Off-Track Thoroughbred Magazine at no cost to your organization. Learn more at TheRRP.org/GroupSubs.
Special offer through April 15: Upgrade to a premium subscription to OTTB United, the app that brings together Thoroughbred buyers, sellers, and shippers, and you’ll receive a discount code for 15% off a subscription to Off-Track Thoroughbred Magazine.
The Retired Racehorse Project (RRP) is a 501(c)3 charitable organization working to increase demand for off-track Thoroughbreds in the equestrian world. In addition to producing the Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium, the organization also publishes Off-Track Thoroughbred Magazine, hosts off-track Thoroughbred retraining clinics and programming at major horse expos and events around the country, and maintains the online Thoroughbred Sport Tracker (the internet’s only user-driven database tracking second career talents and accomplishments of registered Thoroughbreds). Visit the RRP online at TheRRP.org.
Contact: Kristen Kovatch Bentley
Retired Racehorse Project
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