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Cream Ridge, NJ - Sept. 14, 2018 - The Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) is excited to offer an adoption special from Sept.15th to Oct. 15, 2018. All horses are $350 and our wonderful companion horses have no fee at all and come with extra hugs.   There are more than 100 to choose from, most are not on the website yet because they come and go so quickly. Just tell us what your dream horse is on the application.   Ride this autumn, get those sleigh bells ready for the winter, this brainiac breed is smart, versatile, willing, well mannered, and so loving!   Get your application in today, don't miss it. Sheldon, Jo Pa's Somebeach, Dandy Do Right, Genius at Work, Cunning Design, Miss Julia D, Smashing Art, Real Girl, Freedom Fry, Revenge Again, Rock n Ride, Cash Contrast, Shannon Ball, Fisher Move, Three of Spades and many more are ready to make you smile.   To get an application in today by visiting   Have a question? Contact Tammy at 609-738-3255 or via email at   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation      

Cream Ridge, NJ - Aug. 14, 2018 - The 38 horses at risk for slaughter still have great needs. Most have been removed from harms way, but 13 need homes. Some had offers that have fallen through. The Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) is unable to take on new horses at this time, with 393 already under its care and expense.   Without homes, the expenses for care weighs heavily on the 29-year-old non-profit. At $350 a month for each of them, and with colder months close by - it is likely they will be with SRF until spring or summer of next year. A few appear to have been in trailer or road accidents. Many will need a long period of rest and rehabilitation to become whole again, physically and in spirit.   Homes and donations are very much needed. To offer a home contact Tammy at 609-739-3255 or email Donations are desperately needed. To help:   * SRF Paypal * SRF GoFundMe * SRF Website * Or contact Tammy at 609-738-3255 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 and Hall of Fame and the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) - at a casino-themed fundraiser held on Hambletonian eve at The Meadowlands in East Rutherford. .The August 3 event, with presenting sponsorship from the Svanstedt Stable, Lennart Agren's SRF Stable and Meadowlands Racetrack, 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, an evening in Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman's box at the stadium, harness racing art, high tech devices and baskets of wine and spirits. Approximately $80,000 was raised and will be shared equally by both groups. A buffet dinner and an open bar was provided throughout the evening to go along with blackjack, roulette, craps and a great night of racing. Arden Homestead Stable sponsored the open bar, Charlie Keller and Yankeeland Farms sponsored the raffle and Marvin Katz underwrote dessert. The important work of both programs, preserving and presenting the history of the sport and assisting equine athletes after their racing days, was also supported by Brittany Farms and the American Ideal Syndicate, sponsor of many of the casino prizes. Other sponsors included Tony Alagna, Bill Augustine, Arch Madness, Burke Stable, George Brennan, Bluegrass Staking, Brian Brown Stable, Cameo Hills Farm, Corey Callahan, John and Paula Campbell, Diamond Creek Farms, Daniel Dube, Jay Farrar, Ted Gewertz and Claire Chappell, Hambletonian Society, Brad and Bonnie Grant, Yannick Gingras, Real Desire Syndicate, David McDuffee, Freehold Raceway, Mark Ford Training Center, Marion Marauder Group, McWicked, Erv Miller Stable, Julie and Andy Miller, Preferred Equine, Seelster Farms,, Sweet Lou, Tim Tetrick, Brian Sears, Nick Surick, Linda Toscano, Howard Taylor, Paula Wellwood and Hambletonian winning driver Scott Zeron. Their generosity helped ensure that proceeds from participants' casino fees went directly to support the work of the Museum and the SRF. The Museum is planning a major expansion project and the SRF is caring for nearly 400 horses. The money raised on August 3 will be an important first step in achieving goals for both groups. A charitable event has been part of the Hambletonian festivities since 1991 and has raised a total of $1.4 million.  

Cream Ridge, NJ - Aug. 10, 2018 - As the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) continues to chisel at the slaughter bound harness racing trotters and pacers whose deadline is Friday, August 10, 2018 at 8pm, the kindness that has been given to those to date has saved twenty-four of the thirty-eight marked for shipment. Still eighteen homes are needed and $12,000 to release them from the "kill pens", but without homes an additional $3,000 for each horse is also needed to give them care, likely through the winter, until adoptions pick up again.   Some home offers include a few for Clam Sauce, the elderly guy who needs veterinary attention, he is on his way right now to SRF for care. Nu Xample is being returned to his owner in Canada, and Da Vinci Road is already in quarantine with his adopter, she is one of the very few with stellar breeding, sired by Western Hanover. A wonderful home in Delaware is offering a place for two older horses, because she said, "I am old too."   "There has been such tremendous help from people offering homes, owners and breeders who have taken their horses back, gifts to help release those from the "kill buyers", but leaving fourteen behind will be very painful, if it comes to that," states Judy Bokman, SRF's Executive Director. "We are not in the position to overextend further. Giving back to their horses has always been something we hoped owners, trainers, and drivers would be compelled to do, and appreciate those already stepping up. SRF hopes this critical situation generates others to follow so we can avoid the painful decision of who gets saved and who ships.   To help a horse with a tax-deductible gift, and to offer a home: * SRF Paypal * SRF GoFundMe * SRF Website   or call Tammy at 609-738-3255, email   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation  

Cream Ridge, NJ - Aug. 8, 2018 - Twenty-five of thirty-eight Standardbreds waiting with hope to be spared the trip to slaughter are still at great risk. The Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) is asking for help for them. Some are tagged for the trip tonight, Wednesday, August 8, 2018 from loading, a few have until Friday. Those saved on Tuesday, Bullville Kriss, Nu Example, Icey Rose were taken back by breeders and owners, while Fox Valley Tucson, and Royal Nation were saved privately. Crazy Horse, R M Fantasie, Clam Sauce, and Red Energy were released from the manifest and are safe, but need homes. Davinci and Shezlikemycousin are also safe and have homes. Granny Clampet and Mystical China are safe but have no home offers. Twenty-five still need funds for their release from the trip to slaughter, and also need homes. Donations for horses whose "kill prices" are paid for either need a home or funds to carry them through quarantine, rehabilitation, homing and the follow-up process so they are never at risk again. SRF is unable to take on anymore horses at this time, with 393 under their expense and care, homes are also very much needed. These horses range from emaciated to healthy and are wanting a new life as pleasure horses whether for riding, driving or just grazing well deserved green grass. Most had days on the track followed by years of pulling heavy farm equipment, and or served as transportation. The deadline for several is tonight, others have until Friday. We have several ways your can help: * SRF Paypal * SRF GoFundMe * SRF Website     To offer a home email Tammy at   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation    

Cream Ridge, NJ --- Thirty-eight Standardbreds are waiting with hope to be spared. They are tagged and weighed ready to ship to slaughter in Canada and Mexico. The Standardbred Retirement Foundation is asking for help for them to prevent this. Some are just a day away from loading, a few have until Wednesday. In North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Texas, and New York, all but a few are emaciated, aged, and injured. One is already 30 years old, he has an injury to his eye and his age shows everywhere on his body; he is the son of Amity Chef. Most had days on the track followed by years of pulling heavy farm equipment and/or served as transportation. In addition to the cost to release them from these "kill pens," where they are held before shipping, each horse needs a safe place to go, a home.  This is a large undertaking for SRF which already has 393 Standardbreds in need of homes, but SRF will do all they can to help if kind and generous people will change the destiny for these horses. What is needed are tax deductible gifts to pay for each, ship them to safety and for quarantine, rehabilitation, boarding and a home. To make a gift to help or to offer a home, contact Tammy at 609.738.3255, The deadlines for a few are tonight, others have until Tuesday or Wednesday. A list of only 29 are included, the others are now being inventoried on the manifest which will be available tomorrow.   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation                                                                  

Cream Ridge, NJ - Aug. 1, 2018 - Part of the week-long Hambletonian Festivities includes a fabulous casino night on Friday, August 3rd at the Meadowlands Racetrack, East Rutherford, NJ.   For just $50 you can enjoy a buffet dinner with delectable carving stations, open bar and $25 in casino chips to get you rolling. There is also a Poker Tournament, with a $125 buy-in, you can win a trip for two to Las Vegas!   Prizes are valued at more than $10,000, and some very unique items will be included in an auction the same evening.   Get your tickets at or at the door. Proceeds benefit Standardbred Retirement Foundation and the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame. Any questions, please contact Tammy at 609-738-3255 or email   From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation    

Some late entries have been made to the $10,000+ prize list for Casino Night at The Meadowlands on Friday, August 3, and they include a magnum of fine wine from the collection of Communicator's Hall of Famer Murray Brown, a work of art by Standardbred owner Howard Schoor, 32" TV and five works of equine art, two of them featuring Dan Patch. Tickets are still available for $50 and include open bar, dinner and dessert and $25 in chips to play casino games and win chips, to be traded in for tickets in a "Chinese auction" style for dozens of prizes. Poker aces can play for $125 a seat in the tournament and a chance to win a trip to Las Vegas. Tickets can also be purchased at the door of the event, which will be held in the second floor Gallery at the track. The event benefits the Harness Racing Museum and the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF). Tickets can be ordered here or for more information, contact John Mayo, or by phone at the Museum, 845-294-6330; or Tammy Calliau, or call 609-738-3255. The additional items are: -Magnum of 1995 Flora Spring Hillside Reserve. This California meritage, with the majority cabernet, in a bottle twice the size of a usual wine bottle (ten full pours), was made the year that Tagliabue won the Hambletonian. It's described by the maker as, "...absolutely delicious with ripe, luscious fruit that wraps around the tannins. It is a seductive wine with vibrant aromas and flavors of jammy blackberries, spice, black currants, vanilla and black licorice." Donated by Murray Brown. -A Trianglist print by Standardbred owner Howard Schoor, #16 of 100. His Trianglist works embody inescapable purity and the art is unsullied, clean, bold and crisp. Donated by Howard Schoor. This item will be in a separate silent auction. 30" x 40" canvas photographic print of a Standardbred foal at sunset, by Gunjan Patel of Hanover Shoe Farm and donated by her. -Sceptre 32" HDMI, 720p LED TV. It is wall mount ready and has a USB port and built tuner. -Framed and double matted print of, "Dan Patch The Fastest Harness Horse The World Has Ever Seen." Donated from the collection of Tom Charters, former president of the Hambletonian Society, this work is 33.5" x 27.5" inches and features Dan and trainer/driver Myron McHenry in full stride, with competitors in vain pursuit. Dan Patch was an undefeated pacer who raced across America after the turn of the last century. His dominance was such that owners refused to enter their horses against him, so he raced against the clock and was the first horse to hit the 1:55 time for the mile. -Framed head shot print of Dan Patch, circa 1905 - 1920. Size is 15' x 19" and features Dan in a white halter with notation, "Dan Patch 1:55," at the bottom of the image. This is one of dozens of promotional posters that Dan's owner distributed to promote his horse. Circa 1906. Donated by Tom Charters. -Framed and double matted poster (25" x 19") promoting the Prix D'Amerique, the French spectacle of harness racing and pageantry that takes place in January each year. The image is an impressionistic representation of the race from a head-on vantage point. The event attracts the very best trotters from all over the world and this poster is signed by Jean-Etienne DuBois, who drove Coktail Jet to win the 1996 Prix D'Amerique. Donated by Tom Charters. -Framed print, with a hunter green mat, of a trotter pulling a high wheel sulky in full stride, driver attired in solid maroon silks, with the descriptor, "The Trotting Horse Axtell, Interunnina Record 2:19." There is a small mark of P.V.1 in the corner. Donated by Tom Charters and Janet Terhune. From the Standardbred Retirement Foundation

Goshen, NY - The Hambletonian Party and Poker & Casino Night Charity Event will be held Friday, August 3, at Meadowlands Racetrack, East Rutherford, NJ. Proceeds will benefit the Standardbred Retirement Foundation and the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame. If you are at the Meadowlands for the races on Friday, August 3 or in town early for the Hambletonian on Saturday, August 4, join us for some fun and camaraderie and raise funds for two charities that are important to the sport of harness racing. 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. Prizes include autographed NY Yankees baseballs (Brett Gardner, Alfonso Soriano), NY Jets/NY Giants and NY Yankees/Toronto Blue Jays tickets, Instant Pot Pressure Cooker, Kindle E-Reader, Rexing V1 Car Dash Cam, Fire HD 10 Tablet, USTA Pathway credits, K-Elite Keurig, harness racing memorabilia, liquor baskets, wine baskets and more. 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. There are five silent auction items featuring: Woman's Bracelet with Yellow Gold Horseshoe set with bright white Hearts on Fire Diamonds, Rose Gold Horse head with Hearts on Fire Diamond Eye Six (6) tickets to the general manager's suite for a 2018 NY Yankees game John Campbell's autographed colors Jets/Giants preseason tickets on 50-yard line, with dining privileges in the Coaches Club Framed Richard Stone Reeves print of Albatross 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. Hambletonian Party Charity Casino night & Poker Tournament tickets available online and at the door.   Online, use this link: Contact Janet Terhune or John Mayo at the Museum at 845-294-6330 or Tammy Cailliau at Standardbred Retirement Foundation at 732-446-4422 for further information. by Janet Terhune, for the Harness Racing Museum

Three year old filly pacers and three year old colt and gelding trotters highlighted the harness racing card at Ocean Downs on a beautiful Sunday night.   The first race went as the first division for the filly pacers. Reinsman Vic Kirby pulled Pedal Power (Roddy's Bags Again) going to the ¾ pole, gaining on the leader with every stride. When the timer stopped in the 1:54.2 mile Pedal Power was a nose in front of Go Sandy Go (Roddy's Bags Again). Darrell and Leah Lewis own and train the filly and Winbak Farm is the breeder. The trotting colts and geldings were up next. The Rene Allard trained Whats The Word (Donato Hanover) dominated the field in a stakes and track record of 1:55 winning by 15 ¾ lengths over second place finisher What That Is (Cam's Rocket). Corey Callahan drove the winner for owners Go Fast Stable, Kapildeo Singh and Earl Hill Jr., Frederick Hertrich III is the breeder.   The final stake of the night was the second split for filly pacers. The betting favorite Cool Toy (Cool Flying Fun) did not disappoint going wire to wire in 1:56.3 for pilot Jason Green and owners Breakaway Racing. Elwood Tignor trains the filly and Nick Callahan is the breeder. Rissy's All In (Rusty's All In) was second.   Ocean Downs also hosted Hall of Fame driver John Campbell for a meet and greet with a large group of fans, both young and old. John's wife Paula was also there spreading the word about the Standardbred Retirement Foundation and taking donations to support these retired racehorses horses.   The Standardbred Fund (foaled) Stakes continue Monday night July 9 with a post of 7:05 pm.   by Cheri Stambaugh, for the Maryland Standardbred Race Fund  

Millstone Township, NJ - June 7, 2018 - The Standardbred Retirement Foundation's (SRF) online auction closes tonight at 7pm.   Log into our fabulous Online Auction 2018 and bid on spectacular items such as Kentucky Bourbon Tour, or shadow a veterinarian for the day. There is unique jewelry, a one-of-a-kind experience in the cart with Foiled Again and so much more. Every dollar raised goes to feeding and caring for the 393 horses under our full care and expense.   To see the vast list of items go to Online Auction 2018. For more information, email us at or call us at 732 446-4422.   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 nearly 400 trotters and pacers in need of homes. 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 Standaredbred Retirement Foundation  

Millstone Township, NJ - June 1, 2018 - The Standardbred Retirement Foundation's (SRF) online auction is open and filled with great items. How about sitting in the cart behind Foiled Again, going on a Kentucky Bourbon tour, or cooking classes in Tuscany?   Put a memory in your garden or on your barn with the cupola from Showplace Farm, the premier training center for decades. How about owning the driving colors from a few very famous drivers? Do you have a horse crazy person in your life? Maybe they would enjoy viewing an equine surgery, or shadowing a small animal veterinarian for a day. Art lovers, we have several art pieces to add to your collection as well.   There is so much with nearly 100 items and more to be added daily until it closes on June 7, 2018. Funds raised will help SRF with the 393 horses under its full care and expense.   To see the vast list of items go to Online Auction 2018 To donate an item please email us at, or call us at 732 446-4422.   SRF is Different: Helps Standardbreds exclusively, young, aged, injured, neglected, or abused. Is the largest Standardbred adoption program in the U.S. Is feeding and caring for nearly 400 trotters and pacers in need of homes. 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        

Millstone Township, NJ - May 17, 2018 - Tuesday May 29th, will mark Standardbred Retirement Foundation's (SRF) 26th Annual Charity Golf Outing being held at the beautiful Battleground Country Club in Manalapan, NJ. This much anticipated event is held in conjunction with SRF's online auction which will open for bidding beginning Friday, May 25th and end at 7PM on Thursday, June 7th. The outing highlight will be the "Million Dollar Shot" which will kick off the event at 1pm. Additionally there will be several Hole-in-One contests throughout the day with separate prizes of $10,000, a set of Callaway golf clubs, a 50" Ultra High Definition TV worth $4,000, and a door prize of an Apple iPad. The price for those wishing to join us for this wonderful event is just $215 pp which includes all greens fees in addition to lunch, cocktails, dinner, and the awards presentation ceremony. If you are unable to join us for golf, you are welcome to join us for cocktails and dinner. Registration and sponsorships can be found on the SRF website at   Some of the online auction items being offered this year include an exhilarating "Top Gun Experience," which includes the thrill of flying with a fighter pilot in an aerobatic aircraft while experiencing G-force combat maneuvers. If you prefer a more relaxing day, a tour at a California winery or a New Orleans Jazz Cruise coupled with a cooking class may be what you are looking for. Many other fabulous experiences and collectables are being offered including harness racing memorabilia, driver's racing colors, prints, Hambletonian collectibles, stallion halters, driver's bobble heads and so much more.   The SRF welcomes any and all businesses, organizations, friends and their friends to participate as a sponsor, golfer, and/or donor. Donations and bidders are greatly appreciated for auction items. SRF depends on events such as this to help fill the feed buckets of the nearly 400 trotters and pacers in need of homes. Be sure to check the SRF website for updates at For more information contact Tammy Cailliau, 732-446-4422. 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 nearly 400 trotters and pacers in need of homes. Is providing lifetime homes for more than 190 retirees and provides lifetime follow-up for every adopted horse, never to be at risk again.     Standardbred Retirement Foundation, 353 Sweetmans Lane, Suite 101, Millstone Twp., NJ 08535

If you fall in love with a horse that day, and are already approved, you may want to be prepared by bringing your horse trailer.   If interested in adoption,  applications are available online at   If you have any questions or need more information please contact us via email at or call the office at (732) 446-4422.   Visit our Facebook page the morning of the event to check for any weather related date charges.                   *    Is the largest Standardbred adoption program in the U.S.     *    Is feeding and caring for more than 350+ trotters and pacers.      *    Is providing lifetime homes for more than 180 retirees and provides                lifetime follow-up for every adopted horse, never to be at risk again.         Standardbred Retirement Foundation | | Judith Bokman  

Millstone Township, NJ - April 25, 2018 -  The last three of the 21 trotters and pacers in the kill pens the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) is trying to keep from slaughter, have a reprieve, but do not have homes, Valid Moment, Native Avenue, and DeMartini. They do have donations to care for them until SRF can hopefully find them homes. Secret Impression who has a home is now sick and injured. A veterinarian has been called. Her home is now pending.   SRF expresses its heartfelt gratitude for the support received for these horses. It's been a stressful six days trying to pull it all together, very sad to have had to do this at all, but a few sweet things have come from this effort. Four horses had their past owners take them home, and help came from a horse that was considered rescued himself, St. Elmo Hero, who went on to earn nearly $800,000 for his owner John Barnard.   Josh Green, one of 21 owners of Skedaddle Hanover, during his racing career, owning him for just 6 months,stated, "I don't understand how people can be in racing and not fall in love with and appreciate how hard these horses try for us." Eric Goodell and Josh Green took Mr. Mystic N, one from this group, home on the same day they heard he was in trouble.    We were surprised that the United States Trotting Association, (USTA) chose not to pick up SRF's press releases, as their readers are people more closely associated with these animals than anyone, especially past breeders, owners, trainers, and fans. These are the people who should have this information. The USTA states that they do not have a policy on slaughter. It is well known that some of the directors oppose it and some are pro slaughter. We suggest that when members vote their new directors in that they pose that question before casting a vote.    Homes are still needed.       To offer a home, make a tax-deductible gift to help any of the other 390 horses inSRF's program, or to sponsor one, contact SRF 732-446-4422 or email To see some of the other 390, to sponsor one, adopt one, or make a gift click here    Standardbred Retirement Foundation | | Judith Bokman

Millstone Township, NJ - April 23, 2018 - Since Friday, April 20, 2018, of the 21 horses weighed and tagged to ship for slaughter, Mr. Mystic N was helped by his past owner, Eric Goodell, and trainer Joshua Green, and is being returned to Mr. Goodell; Jeremy Sharky was helped by Linda Maine, and being returned to her; DC Piggy Bank left to go to another organization in Indiana; Captain is going back to his owner Dr. Claude Gedreau in Canada; Forward Action has found a loving home in Kentucky by a dear friend of SRF;  two others have been offered a home at a rescue/sanctuary in NJ, that will be confirmed today. Two adoption applications have been received and will be screened. That leaves 14 others still in need of homes, and donations.   Funds have been raised for all expenses to help 2 more horses, but they do not have home offers. Should SRF need to find a place on their roster they can afford to do so with these donations, but by securing homes for them, donations can go to others in great need.   "We have asked for an extension beyond Tuesday's deadline, but we worry that the kill buyer will again pull a few from this group to fill his truck, should he have empty space," noted Paula Campbell, SRF's President. "This effort needs a collaboration of good, kind and generous people to get it accomplished. These horses worked hard when racing and most have had a miserable life afterwards. Slaughter is unacceptable."   The Standardbred Retirement Foundation(SRF) is presently paying for the all the care, board, and medical needs on 390 horses. It is stretched, and concerned about its financial situation, and without a farm of their own, the concern is even greater. "Since 1989 we have managed to follow-up every horse in the program for life, secure more than 4,000 adoptions, and care for those still not homed," shares Judith Bokman, SRF's Executive Director. "  We need so much more help to give these animals a little dignity. It shocks me that we have survived this long.  If it wasn't for a few small bequests over the years we wouldn't be here today trying to help these 21."   Here is how you and SRF can save these horses:   1. If you choose to take a horse back that you bred, owned or trained or wish to help a horse, SRF will assist with the facilitation. The list with their prices is available in the group of photos. 2. For horses with a home offer, but the home is unable to pay for the horses and the shipping (often to rural parts of the US), SRF will collect donations to help. 3. For a horse without a safe place to go, if donations cover all expenses, the price of the horse, shipping to quarantine, then shipping again to a boarding facility for rehabilitation and retraining for adoption and several months of board, SRF will consider whether it can take on the responsibility of another horse. This is approximately $3,000. 4. For horses with no help at all, the controversial option that is being considered is humane euthanasia. The cost is, the kill pen's purchase price, in addition to shipping to a facility, the veterinarian and rendering, approximately $550.   To offer a home, make a tax-deductible gift to help SRF Facilitate a horse to a home being offered, or to send a gift for SRF to afford taking on one, contact SRF 732-44604422 or  CLICK HERE TO DONATE: OR - GoFund Me page. The list of horses is included in the group of photos.   A choice can be made whether a horse leaves the earth by the heinous act of slaughter or through humane euthanasia. Should some horses not receive help and you wish to provide a more peaceful passing please call us to discuss. To contact by telephone- 732-446-4422, email         TAG # NAME SEX AGE TATTOO EARNINGS   PRICE SIRE/   DAME 1871 Mister Mystic N G,16 ZH205 $403,984 $800 In The Pocket-Seafield Mystic-Nero's Bebe 1877 Yankee Fur OR Stubling G, ? ? ? $720   1864 Nole G, 14 1BE96 $54,911 $810 Yankee Glide-CR Seminole Sister_Royal Trubador 1865 T-N-T Dozer G, 20 T4635 $23,102 $910 Sir Taurus-Midnight Oasis-Desert Night 1866 Forward Action   G, 15 4AE47 $761 $810 Save and adopted into a loving home  1868 Valid Movement G, 14 4DB75 $31,602 $800 Towner's Big Guy-Chevie Sprints-Sport Master 1863 Artistocracy G, 14 9BD28 $56,013 $810   Artiscape-Expensly Ashley-Expensive Scooter 1867 Loutopia M, 18 WC096 $0 $660 Sir Taurus-Golden LOu-Baltic Speed 1869 Demartini (formerly Whitsand Predator) G, 17 XR713 $0 $835 Grinfromeartoea r-Filly Bahama-Matt's Scooter 1880 Us Invader G, 20 T0018 $38,784 $660 Balanced Image-Picaboo Flame-Keystone Flame 43 Dale G. 15 8AC46 $10,454 $892 Inquirer Mandalay Bay-Overcomer No Tag Native Avenue G, 7 2J771 $3,460 $940 All American NAtive-Lady Welagin-Walton HAnover 688 Indiego G, 21 SC361 $0 $892 Die Laughing-Nude Indigo-Abercombie No Tag DC's Piggy Bank G, 15 5A679 $589,811 $675 Saved by another organization in Indiana. No Tag Hillbilly Style OR Letsgo Dort G, ? ? ? $650   No Tag Bob J L G, 15 9CN42 $48,026 $600   Dauntless Bunny-Etoile De Mai-Rumpus Hanover N/A Captain G, 13 9C641 $1,540 $700 BREEDER SAVED Him and Took Him Home. No Tag RC Kettle Chip G, 11 4EC77   $12,099 $1200   Dream Vacation-Malhana Gunilla-Bonefish No Tag Jeremy Sharky G, 15 4A407 $255,982 $750 Saved by Linda Maine and took him home. No Tag Secret Impression M, 14 4B682 $49,380 $625 Go Get Lost-Tuf Tonya-TZ 760 Casimir Army Patrol G, 20 TR315 $0 $700 Shre Patrol-Casimir Mooky     Standardbred Retirement Foundation | | Judith Bokman       Standardbred Retirement Foundation, 353 Sweetmans Lane, Suite 101, Millstone Twp., NJ 08535    

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