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Cream Ridge, NJ - 9/16/19 - The Standardbred Retirement Foundation's, (SRF) horses had a presence at the Trail to Zero ride in Manhattan on Saturday, Sept. 15th, 2019. They participated in the the effort to raise awareness of suicide among our veteran service men and women. The ride was 20 miles long and represented the number of veterans who take their own lives each day.   The Newark, NJ Mounted Unit has fourteen SRF horses serving, and numerous cities across the country are staffed with this "Brainiac Breed" from SRF, several prison patrol units, as well as Sheriff Departments, including Texas. NYC still has just one. Coincidentally he was owned by Jeff Gural of the Meadowlands, and Monica Bencal.   With more than 4,000 adoptions, SRF feels it can bring together enough adopters to participate in 2020 to support this effort to help our country's veterans.   "I feel very strongly about supporting this," one adopter expressed. "Next year I will help coordinate it, and appreciate the help of any other adopters to make it happen." SRF will keep a list of those interested in participating, and planning for this very worthwhile cause, and will contact all in 2020; email your interest to SRFFundraising@gmail.com.   Our thanks to Robbie Siegleman for recognizing SRF's horses and photographing them.   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation  

Cream Ridge, NJ - 9/12/19 - The Standardbred Retirement Foundation, (SRF) seeks tax-deductible donations of harness racing breedings to help the 378 trotters and pacers under its expense and care.   SRF is the largest, most productive, Standardbred exclusive non-profit in the US. Ninety percent of the support for this program comes from individuals.   Why SRF needs your help. It's different: SRF follows up semi-annually on every adoption for life so no horse is ever at risk. SRF cares for 350 more horses than any other Standardbred exclusive organization everyday. Your support through tax-deductible breeding donations, or with a tax-deductible gift is much needed and appreciated.   Please support this vital fundraiser.   For breeding donations please contact Tammy at 609-738-3255, or via email at SRFHorsesandKids@gmail.com.   To make a tax-deductible donation Call the office at 609-738-3255, or email SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com, donate online on our facebook page link below or our website link, both links are below. Thank you! Facebook/SRFHorses Donate to SRF Today   About The Standardbred Retirement Foundation   Standardbred Retirement Foundation provides humane care and services for horses in need of lifetime homes, and in crisis, through rehabilitation, training, adoption, life-long follow-up or life-time sanctuary, and offers therapeutic equine opportunities for children and adults.   SRF is a 30 year old registered non-profit organization, donations are tax-deductible.   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation    

Cream Ridge, NJ - 9/4/19 - The Standardbred Retirement Foundation, (SRF) received very touching photos of what is usually only found in a fairytale.   Because a semi-annual follow-up is done on every adopted harness racing horse for life, SRF receives many photos capturing the joy these horses bring to people who adopt them.   Sarah Berrah, an eighteen-year old mare, was already on the manifest, weighed and bearing the United States Department of Agriculture, (USDA) tag required to ship across the border to the Canadian slaughterhouse. This very lucky mare had the dedication of the SRF to keep that from happening. These photos tell a thankful story to SRF’s supporters.   Funds were raised and SRF was able to move this lovely mare to safety. She was shipped to a facility for quarantine and rehabilitative care. Once healthy again she was shipped to San Antonio, Texas to her adopter.   Her adopter, also named Sarah, shared these photos of her young children who spend every day with this gentle mare. They paint pictures together, splash in the kiddie pool, and mosey around on the 20 acres, and a few of the children are still in diapers. Sarah, the horse, takes part in most everything the kids do and waits with her nose on the back door for them every morning!   This mare, by KG's Joshua, was born in Lancaster, Pa. and was owned by a Lancaster, Pa resident. She raced until 2005 and then it's anyone's guess where she was all these years. Knowing the typical life of Standardbreds when no longer raced, it is safe to say she escaped the earlier retched trip to Canada or Mexico and was a workhorse in the rural community. Mid to late teens is usually when these horses are turned over for fresh ones, so we are told. Now being of that target age, is likely why she was found in the kill pen in Oklahoma. She finally has some luck in her life!   SRF is a 30 year old registered non-profit organization, donations are tax-deductible. Donate to SRF   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation

Goshen, NY - The harness racing community once again showed robust support for two of the sport's most important charities - The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame and the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) - at a casino-themed fundraiser held Hambletonian eve at The New Meadowlands in East Rutherford. .The August 2nd event, with dinner sponsorship from the connections of Atlanta, featured nearly 200 people playing casino games and vying in a poker tournament to win prizes that included an all-expenses paid trip to Las Vegas sponsored by Roberts Communications and The New Meadowlands. The silent auction which was sponsored by Marvin Katz included Rolling Stones tickets and New York Yankees tickets as well as Prix d'Amerique items, harness racing art and a beautiful bronze of mares and foals. Raffle prize winners won harness racing art, high tech devices, jewelry, autographed Yankees baseballs and themed baskets such as vintage Hambletonian items, Italian food and beverages, and of course, Foiled Again. Charles Keller III and Yankeeland Farm sponsored the raffle items. Approximately $80,000 was raised and will be shared equally by the two organizations after expenses. A buffet dinner and an open bar were provided throughout the evening to go along with blackjack, roulette and a great night of racing. Arden Homestead Stable sponsored the bar, and Brittany Farms and the American Ideal Syndicate underwrote dessert. Table sponsors included Arch Madness, Cameo Hills Farm, Diamond Creek Farms, Jay Farrar, Ted Gewertz & Claire Chappell in memory of Charles Iannazzo, Hambletonian Society, Max Hempt, Mary Ellen & David McDuffee, Freehold Raceway, Marion Marauder Group, McWicked, Marcus Melander Stable, David Miller, Preferred Equine, Seelster Farms, Southwind Frank, Standardbred Horse Sales, Svanstedt Stable, Sweet Lou and the United States Trottting Association. Table co-sponsors were Tony Alagna, Jenn Bongiorno, George Brennan, Corey Callahan, Daniel Dube Stable, Dexter Dunn, Yannick Gingras, Erv Miller Stable, Julie & Andy Miller, Brian Sears, Nick Surick Stable, Tim Tetrick, Linda Toscano and Paula Wellwood. Raffle and auction items were donated by Murray Brown, Bob Boni/Bluestone Farms, Brian Cashman, Tom Charters, Callie Davies-Gooch, Mary Lou Dondarski, Moira Fanning, John Polvinale, The Hambletonian Society, The New Meadowlands, Standardbred Retirement Foundation and the Harness Racing Museum. Monetary donations were received from Suzie Dupler-Telle, Sugar Valley Farms and Todd Buter. The Museum is planning a major expansion project and the SRF is caring for nearly 400 horses. The money raised on August 2nd will be an important first step in achieving goals for both groups. This exceptional level of generosity by so many in the harness racing industry is profoundly appreciated by all those involved with the Museum and the SRF. A charitable event has been part of the Hambletonian festivities since 1991 and has raised a total of $1.4 million. by Janet Terhune, for the Harness Racing Museum  

Cream Ridge, NJ - The Hambletonian Party and Poker & Casino Night Charity Event will be held Friday, August 2, at Meadowlands Racetrack, East Rutherford, NJ. Proceeds will benefit the Standardbred Retirement Foundation and the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame.   Tickets are $50 per person and include dinner, open bar, dessert and $25 in casino chips. Casino chips won at table games are exchanged for raffle tickets to deposit in the baskets of the items you want to win. Tickets are drawn at the end of the evening to determine the winners. Raffle items include sports and harness racing memorabilia and fantastic prizes that will be announced at a later date.   Additional casino chips may be purchased through the night. Open bar and table games begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Gallery & Lounge on the second floor.   Poker tournament is $125 per person with limited seats available. The chip leader will receive a three-night, four-day trip for two to Las Vegas, including round-trip airfare, first-class hotel accommodations, food/beverage allowance and show tickets. Second place is $250, third $125. The poker tournament begins at 7:15 p.m. in the Gallery.   Tickets are available online and will also be available at the door.   Contact Janet Terhune or John Mayo at the Museum at 845-294-6330 or Tammy Cailliau at Standardbred Retirement Foundation at 609-738-3255 for further information. Tickets Online   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation    

Cream Ridge, NJ - 6/20/19 - Here are a few new, simple and tax-deductible ways to join Standardbred Retirement Foundation in helping these majestic animals in need:   ROUND-UP- You can round up your purchase and donate your change, take a tax-deduction and feed a horse by using the app RoundUp. You can choose a limit and stop at any time. Once you sign up it securely links your credit card or cards with payment through Stripe-the same payment processor used by Amazon, Facebook, Lyft and others. The average yearly contribution equates to $15-20 annually. Once signed on you never have to do another thing, it’s all automatic. You can download the app for iPhone, Android or create an account on the Web. Take a look at the 90 second video below that explains how it works.   DONATE YOUR CAR, HORSE TRAILER, RV OR BOAT - Call us in the office at 609-738-3255 to donate, then sit back, and wait for your tax-deductible receipt.    OTHER WAYS TO DONATE:   • Amazon Smile • iGive • Employer Matches • eBay for Charities • Good Search (Search engine) • Details Jewelry • Red Top Fly Traps    These are a few ways for you to help more horses in need. It’s truly a game changer for the horses.     Please let us know if we can answer any questions or provide more information. Contact our office at 609-738-3255 or email us at SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com Our mission would not be possible without you, so thank you again for your loyalty and support!   Tammy Cailliau Phone: 609-738-3255 Email address: SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com Adoptahorse.org

Cream Ridge, NJ - 5/20/19 - The Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) will be holding its annual online auction of fabulous items from May 28-June 4, 2019. Some of this year's items include a getaway for two to Napa Valley, rides in a race track starting gate car, cooking lessons, autographed memorabilia, sporting tickets, equine jewelry, shadow a small animal veterinarian and so much more.   SRF asks all to contributions toward this important fundraiser, and to shop the auction to help in the expenses of feeding and caring for 390 trotters and pacers. Any and all items are greatly appreciated.   The auction runs along with SRF's 27th annual golf outing. This year the event is being held at the beautiful and private Battleground Country Club in Manalapan, NJ. SRF thanks the Meadowlands Racing and Entertainment for being its Presenting Sponsor. Other sponsorships are available, support is much appreciated.   To donate items, sponsor the event or to golf, please contact Tammy at (609) 738-3255, SRFhorsesandkids@gmail.com. You can ship your auction item(s) to 42 Arneytown-Hornerstown Rd., Cream Ridge, NJ 08514. Gifts are tax-deductible. The online auction can be accessed through SRF's website at AdoptaHorse.org.   SRF presently has 374 trotters and pacers under its expense and care. Many are resting and rehabilitating as few end their careers ready to be saddled and adopted. With the tremendous demand on the program, SRF appreciates generous support for this event and others. 2019 Golf Outing DONATE TO SRF TODAY!     About Standardbred Retirement Foundation   Standardbred Retirement Foundation, since 1989, provides humane care and services for horse in need of lifetime homes, and in crisis, through rehabilitation, training, adoption, life-long follow-up or life time sanctuary and offering therapeutic equine opportunities for children and adults.   Media Contact:   Tammy Cailliau Phone: 609-738-3255 Email address: SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com

Cream Ridge, NJ - 5/7/19 – Mark Dively, a Buckeye, is the winner of the Standardbred Retirement Foundation’s (SRF) annual raffle to win a trip to the Elitlopp or to ride in Ireland. What he will chose, we don’t know just yet, but his wife was thrilled to get the great news. “It’s amazing,” shared Mrs. Dively. “I’m so excited”, she added. The Divelys have a teenage son and will likely add on to the big win to have him join them!   The Divelys, racehorse owners who are without any horses at the moment, may chose the Elitlopp trip which includes a 5 days/4 night stay for two in the very heart of Stockholm, sightseeing, cocktail parties, breakfast, a trip to the yearling sale and to Menhammer Stud farm, the big race, and more, or the Ireland trip a 5 day/4-night stay at a fabulous eighteenth century castle, lessons or riding are included for beginners to advanced for three hours a day in many disciplines. There are 1,000 miles of trails through forests, and fields. The castle has a full spa, and other activities are available as well including golf.   All raffle ticket sales support the 374 trotters and pacers SRF has under its full expense. SRF has no regular funding to support these horses and thanks the Arch Madness fame, Marc and Marcia Goldberg, for their generous sponsorship of this raffle, and all those who stand behind these beautiful horses alongside SRF making this fundraiser a success.   Tammy Cailliau

Cream Ridge, NJ - 5/3/19 - Only a few days left to purchase tickets to win either a trip to the fabulous Elitloppet race in Sweden or to Ride in Ireland to benefit Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF). The drawing is today, Monday, May 6, 2019 at 12:00pm, the winner does not have to be present.   The Elitloppet trip includes a 5 days/4 night stay for two in the very heart of Stockholm. Your visit starts with a get together dinner Thursday night. Start your mornings with a buffet breakfast and then on to sightseeing; Friday afternoon tour the yearling sale, and on Saturday morning tour Menhammer Stud Farm where many famous stallions have stood. You get entrance to the Solvalla Racetrack on Saturday and Sunday for the big race. The dates are May 23, 2019 to May 27, 2019   You many choose instead the Ireland trip for 2 that includes a 5 day/4-night stay at a fabulous eighteenth century castle, lessons or riding are included for beginners to advanced for three hours a day in many disciplines. There are 1,000 miles of trails through forests, and fields. The castle has a full spa, and other activities are available as well including golf. The dates can be decided at your leisure based on availability. Don't ride, then take lessons right there!   All raffle ticket sales support the almost 376 trotters and pacers SRF has under its full expense. SRF has no regular funding to support these horses and we thank the Arch Madness fame, Marc and Marcia Goldberg for their generous sponsorship of this important fundraiser. For raffle tickets call the SRF office at (609) 738-3255, or email us at SRFhorsesandkids@gmail.com.    

Cream Ridge, NJ - 4/18/19 - Trial Victory, the aged harness racing stallion and son of the great Valley Victory, found tagged to ship for slaughter, has arrived at his new home in Alabama. The wonderful lady is a wildlife firefighter and is a rescue minded individual who already has a few just like him, rescued. She is delighted to receive him.   She, and the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) thank all who contributed to have him redirected to a safe situation, transported to quarantine, and shipped to his lucky opportunity to live out his life.   It is not easy to find a home for a stallion, a horse that is aged, and also blind in one eye, but this guy is finally experiencing a little luck in his life.   His new home shared, "He came with a healed eye injury leaving him 100% blind in the eye and does very well with it. Poor guy looks like something crushed the whole eye socket at some point, but he has no pain and no heat. He and my teenager puppy have already made friends. He's such a love bug and answers to "hey old man". He nickers when he sees me coming, food or not, and loves his ears scratched. He is an absolute gentleman. He still has his stallion moments of whinnying and thinking about my mare, but that's about it and then he goes back to grazing. I couldn't sleep the other night, so I went out and paid him a visit. He came up to me when I sat down and put his head in my lap while I rubbed his face and ears. Such a sweet boy! He has 4 acres to himself. It's wooded with a nice stand of grass underneath, and his hay roll."   Hundreds of Standardbreds are tagged to ship for slaughter every week. Many are in their late teens and early twenties, as breeding was prolific in the late 90's.   When these horses did not make the races, or made the races and had injuries, the vast majority of them were sold to the rural communities as workhorses. These communities typically treat animals as equipment. Used to plow fields, pull equipment, and as transportation, they are now ageing out as they like to "turn them over for fresh ones when in their teens". This is likely the reason for so many presently being shipped to the Canadian and Mexican slaughterhouses. These practices still continue for the present horses on the tracks and in the breeding sheds. In the past two years, with the help of the volunteer group on Facebook, Save Our Standardbreds From Slaughter, SOSS, SRF helped more than 1,100 trotters and pacers just like Trial Victory divert from the trip to slaughter, to one where they can live out their lives, and do so with dignity. Thank you to all who helped.   Tax-deductible donations may be made by going to www.AdoptaHorse.org or by calling Tammy at 609-738-3255 or email at SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com. DONATE TO SRF TODAY!   About Standardbred Retirement Foundation   Standardbred Retirement Foundation, since 1989, provides humane care and services for horse in need of lifetime homes, and in crisis, through rehabilitation, training, adoption, life-long follow-up or life time sanctuary and offering therapeutic equine opportunities for children and adults.   Tammy Cailliau Phone: 609-738-3255 Email address: SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com    

Cream Ridge, NJ - 4/16/19 - The Standardbred Retirement Foundation's (SRF) annual online auction of fabulous items is scheduled for May 28-June 4, 2019. The 30-year-old organization appreciates donations of all kinds from racing memorabilia, collectibles, trips, equine jewelry, sporting tickets, artwork, tours, and others to raise funds for the largest Standardbred adoption program in the country.   Last year's items in the auction included Italian culinary cooking trip in Italy, an exotic sports car experience, Foiled Again's shoes, drivers' colors, John Campbell bobblehead, rides in race track starting gate cars, hanging out in the track announcer's booth, signed framed prints of the Colors of the Hambletonian, antique prints of Hambletonian, tickets to Hamilton, shadow an Equine Veterinarian and much more. To donate items, and to be added to our email reminder for the opening of the auction, please contact Tammy at (609) 738-3255, SRFhorsesandkids@gmail.com. You can ship your auction item(s) to 42 Arneytown-Hornerstown Rd., Cream Ridge, NJ 08514. Gifts are tax-deductible. The online auction can be accessed through SRF's website at AdoptaHorse.org.   SRF presently has 374 trotters and pacers under its expense and care. Many are resting and rehabilitating as few end their careers ready to be saddled and adopted. With the tremendous demand on the program, SRF appreciates generous support for this event and others. DONATE TO SRF TODAY!     About Standardbred Retirement Foundation   Standardbred Retirement Foundation, since 1989, provides humane care and services for horse in need of lifetime homes, and in crisis, through rehabilitation, training, adoption, life-long follow-up or life time sanctuary and offering therapeutic equine opportunities for children and adults.   Media Contact:   Tammy Cailliau Phone: 609-738-3255 Email address: SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com  

Cream Ridge, NJ - 3/19/19 - Trial Victory, the 27-year-old harness racing son of Valley Victory, has a wonderful home to live out his last few years. A few offers were made, but the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF), had many factors to consider in order to do what is best for the horse. Trial Victory, still a stallion, was removed from the kill pen where he was tagged to ship to slaughter and has been in quarantine while home offers were screened. The best situation for this guy narrowed down to a home near White Oak, Georgia.   It would have been a great historical showing of bloodlines for the remaining racing fans who remember Valley Victory, had this little stallion had a chance to live out his last few years at a Standardbred farm, or by way of race track to put him out there for visitors. Trial Victory instead will head south in early April, once the fencing is completed at the home of a wildlife firefighter. His new lady in his life is a rescue minded individual who already has a few just like him, rescued. She has already purchased the same grain he is receiving, the same quality hay, a new sheet and halter, and is searching for a fitting nickname for the little guy.   Most of his expenses to date are being covered by donations already received; a few needs remain in order to get him tucked in, an extra three weeks of board until his home is ready, expenses for a Coggins and health certificate, as well as his shipping to Georgia. His total expenses are $2,300. Received to date is $1,050. There are a couple of pledges made and SRF will reach out to those kind folks, however, tax-deductible donations for him are still needed.   At SRF, there are many retirees living out their lives, 203 to be exact, 25% of them range from age 25-36 years old, one being Dutch Hill General, a big money earner. Hopefully, Trial will be blessed with as many good years.   Tax-deductible donations for the son of Valley Victory can be made by going to www.AdoptaHorse.org or by calling Tammy at 609-738-3255 or email at SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com     About Standardbred Retirement Foundation     Standardbred Retirement Foundation provides human care and services for horse in need of lifetime homes, and in crisis, through rehabilitation, training, adoption, life-long follow-up or life time sanctuary and offering therapeutic equine opportunities for children and adults.     Media Contact:   Tammy Cailliau Phone: 609-738-3255 Email address: SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com

Cream Ridge, NJ - 3/12/19 -The Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF), operating since 1989, compiled its data on the number of homes an adopted harness racing horse needed, based on the information it has collected from 1992-March 11, 2019.   Omitted are: -      Horses that were never adopted, likely due to age or injury and were retired with SRF until deceased; -      Horses presently under the expense of SRF, not likely to be adopted; -      Horses presently available for adoption.   The number of horses this data is based on is 1692.   1 Home       8.5% 2 Homes     49.0% 3 Homes     20.0% 4 Homes     10.5% 5 Homes       6.0% 6 Homes       3.0 % 8 Homes       2.0% 9-11 Homes  1.0%   Less than 9 of every 100 adopted homes keeps their horse for life.   Due to unreliable information received by adopters, it is difficult to pinpoint the actual reason these horses need more than one home, but change in lifestyle, such as divorce, going off to college, and financial, lead the reasons. This also explains why, after an individual finds a home for their horse, and when adoption programs relinquish ownership or do not follow-up diligently for the life of the horse, the vast majority of these horses are back at risk again, and some are found in kill pens.    It goes to reason that if Standardbred horses do not have a lifetime protective guardian, 91.5% need to be re-homed, and may be at risk.     For further information please contact,   SRF at (609) 738-3255 or via email at SRFHorsesandKids@gmail.com.   Tammy Cailliau

Cream Ridge, NJ - 2/19/19 - Trial Victory, the 27-year-old son of Valley Victory, has only a few years left to grace this earth as his life hangs in the balance. He is in need of a place to call home.   Just 15.1 hands, small, very quiet and mannerly, there isn't a thing about him that would make anyone believe he is still intact. Without a home to go to, the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) must return the donations received to pay his fee to be released from the kill pen in Tennessee, and he will ship for slaughter.   Not one person has offered a patch of grass for him since he was noted to the industry and the public. His life is nearing its end, how many more years might he live, now nearing 30 years of age. He has funds to be released and a place to quarantine nearby, he just needs a home.   SRF must inform the kill pen of its plans by Wednesday, February 20th, when they will list him on the manifest to ship to Mexico. Trial Victory is in a desperate situation, the only other option is if he has a sponsor or a few sponsors to accommodate his life needs at a facility in Virginia at $400 monthly, which is a tax-deductible.   To offer him a home, or to be a sponsor so he can live his last few years, please contact Nicolette at 609-738-3255 or email at SRF.SocialMedia@gmail.com.   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation

Cream Ridge, NJ - January 29, 2019 - The Standardbred Retirement Foundation online auction of breedings opened at 8am Monday, Jan. 28th and runs through Wednesday, January 30th at 8pm. Standardbred Retirement Foundation, (SRF) has nearly 90 breedings available to bid on directly on the website at OnGait.com, or by calling Tammy at 609-738-3255, who will place your bids for you.   Winning bidders will be notified by email within 24 hours, and a 10% deposit is required at that time with the balance due at the time of live foal.   For 30 years the most important annual fundraiser for SRF has been the donation and sale of breedings. Dedicated to Standardbreds exclusively, SRF has nearly 400 trotters and pacers under its expense and care, approximately 390 more standardbreds than any other organization. Your support of this is very much needed. (These are breedings that would be sold whether they benefit SRF's horses in need, or benefit those who donate the breedings. Thank you to our donors for having these breedings benefit the horses in need.)   Breeding donations are appreciated throughout the season and will be available for sale if received after the auction closes. To gift or purchase breedings or for other inquiries on the auction process, please contact Tammy at 609-738-3255, or email SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com.   Donations of breedings are tax-deductible and help to rehabilitate, rescue, retrain, adopt and follow-up every adoption for life, as well as assist in SRF's Youth Programs. Support of this vital fundraiser is greatly appreciated.   SRF is Different: * Is the largest Standardbred adoption program in the U.S. * Helps Standardbreds exclusively, young, aged, injured, neglected, or abused. * Is feeding and caring for more than 375 trotters and pacers. * Is providing lifetime homes for more than 190 retirees and provides lifetime follow-up for every adopted horse, never to be at risk again.   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation  

Cream Ridge, NJ - January 25, 2019 - Monday, January 28, 2019, the online auction of harness racing breedings will open at 8am and runs through Wednesday, January 30th at 8pm. Standardbred Retirement Foundation, (SRF) has nearly 90 breedings available to bid on directly on the website at OnGait.com, or by calling Tammy at 609-738-3255, who will place your bids for you.   Winning bidders will be notified by email within 24 hours, and a 10% deposit is required at that time with the balance due at the time of live foal.   For 30 years the most important annual fundraiser for SRF has been the donation and sale of breedings. Dedicated to Standardbreds exclusively, SRF has nearly 400 trotters and pacers under its expense and care, approximately 390 more standardbreds than any other organization. Your support of this is very much needed. (These are breedings that would be sold whether they benefit SRF's horses in need, or benefit those who donate the breedings. Thank you to our donors for having these breedings benefit the horses in need.)   Breeding donations are appreciated throughout the season and will be available for sale if received after the auction closes. To gift or purchase breedings or for other inquiries on the auction process, please contact Tammy at 609-738-3255, or email SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com.   Donations of breedings are tax-deductible and help to rehabilitate, rescue, retrain, adopt and follow-up every adoption for life, as well as assist in SRF's Youth Programs. Support of this vital fundraiser is greatly appreciated.   2019 Breeding List www.AdoptaHorse.org   SRF is Different: * Is the largest Standardbred adoption program in the U.S. * Helps Standardbreds exclusively, young, aged, injured, neglected, or abused. * Is feeding and caring for more than 375 trotters and pacers. * Is providing lifetime homes for more than 190 retirees and provides lifetime follow-up for every adopted horse, never to be at risk again.   About Standardbred Retirement Foundation   Standardbred Retirement Foundation provides human care and services for horse in need of lifetime homes, and in crisis, through rehabilitation, training, adoption, life-long follow--up or life time sanctuary and offering therapeutic equine opportunities for children and adults.   Tammy Cailliau Phone: 609-738-3255 Email address: SRFHorsesandkids@gmail.com  

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