How To “Feed” 172 Retired Racehorses in 365 Days
Business celebrates a year of connecting retired racehorses with new careers.
May 5, 2012 - Brantford, Ontario. The first Saturday in May is a special one for Thoroughbred racing fans across North America; it marks the first highly anticipated race of the American Triple Crown -- the famed Kentucky Derby. It is no coincidence that The Morning Feed will be celebrating their one-year anniversary along side this historic event; but rather a well thought out plan by Founder and CEO, Nicole Salo as a day to celebrate both horse racing and new careers for retired racehorses of all breeds.
Through the use of social media avenues such as Facebook and their home on the internet, Nicole and The Morning Feed have been able to help connect 172 retired racehorses with new careers and homes, making this first year an incredibly successful one.
“Being able to connect so many deserving horses with new careers and homes is a highly rewarding feeling, I am very pleased to be a part of making this happen through networking with racehorse adoption programs all over North America,” said Salo. “The Morning Feed has such a large and dynamic group of people who support it, which plays a vital role in connecting retired racehorses with new careers and homes.”
If you have ever wondered what happens to racehorses after their days on the racetrack, many of them go into adoption programs where services like The Morning Feed connect them with second careers such as show jumping, dressage, western gaming, trail and pleasure riding.
The Morning Feed is a free service that features retired racehorses over the course of the work week that are ready for adoption through reputable racehorse adoption programs. You can find them online at www.themorningfeed.com where they make their home on the web or visit them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/themorningfeed to learn more about the small business that is making a big impact in the equestrian community.