Dear Friends,
    Welcome to The New England Thoroughbred Retirement Center. Our mission is simply to place Thoroughbred racehorses into loving new homes and exciting new careers.
    We work directly with professional horsemen, owners and trainers at racecourses and training centers across the United States and around the world to ensure that Thoroughbred horses no longer fit for competition on the racecourse are provided with first-rate care upon retiring from their racing careers.
    Since beginning our re-homing program in 2008, we’ve helped to place over one hundred Thoroughbreds from Kentucky, Florida, New York, California, Pennsylvania, Canada, England, Ireland and Brazil. Our Thoroughbreds have begun new lives as dressage, hunter-jumper and eventing prospects, as trail horses, Pony Club and 4-H projects, as school horses and as beloved family pets and companion animals.
    Many Thoroughbreds in need of new homes can be viewed by clicking on the “Available” link above. We invite you to call to set-up an appointment to meet our Thoroughbreds at your convenience.
David A. Sears
The New England Thoroughbred Retirement Center 

Milford, New Jersey
“Providing education on the history, vitality and nobility of Thoroughbred horses 
while ensuring their security through rehabilitation, re-training and re-homing”                                          
The New England Thoroughbred Retirement Center is a Tax-Exempt, Non-Profit, Charitable Organization established under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code.
Pumped (KY):  Our lovely Noel is at  her wonderful new home in Virginia!
Congratulations to Katherine!
Loudon, New Hampshire   Recent Re-Homings:
Just dropping you a line to update you on the girls.  They are both still doing wonderfully.  I attached a couple of photos for you. Halo is a fantastic mom! :D
Cheers! -Miranda
Dixie Dash & I Got a Halo
Hi i was just updating you on the re-homing of Chief Day. He has been fantastic. Everything i could ever hope for! Here are a few pictures and videos to show his progress!  -Kaitlin
Chief Day
Kilrane (KY):  Kilrane is thriving at his new home in Ohio.
Congratulations to Ardis!