The Retired Racehorse Project (RRP) announced today that it has unveiled a new website at TheRRP.org, combining its previous two sites for the organization and the Thoroughbred Makeover back under one umbrella. The newly-designed TheRRP.org is intended to make information about Thoroughbred aftercare and a brand-new Education Library more accessible, empowering more equestrians to choose a Thoroughbred.
“We are so pleased to finally launch our new site after many months of hard work put in by our team,” said RRP executive director Kirsten Green. “It’s been a decade since the RRP last launched a website and our services have evolved so much since then. A great deal of thought and consideration has gone into who our users are, how we can make our content and services easier to utilize, and laying a foundation for expanded features in the future. We are thrilled to welcome the Thoroughbred community to our new home on the web!”
Future updates are in the works to develop the RRP’s online Horse Listings into a continuing database that will link listings with Thoroughbred Sport Tracker entries and future Makeover information. This first release of the new website includes the Education Library, an OTTB 101 section for both the racing and equestrian industries, the RRP Store, Off-Track Thoroughbred Magazine subscription and advertising information, and information about the Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium, plus the Trainer Portal.
Visit the new website at TheRRP.org.
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 world’s largest and most lucrative retraining competition for recently-retired racehorses, the organization also publishes Off-Track Thoroughbred Magazine, produces the Master Class retraining clinic series, and presents programming at major horse expos and events around the country. The RRP maintains an educational library of content to empower more equestrians to ride a Thoroughbred.
Contact: Kirsten Green
Retired Racehorse Project
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