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World-Class Veterans. World-Class Horses.

Saratoga WarHorse helps veterans, prepares thoroughbreds for second and third careers

TOWN OF SARATOGA – Bodie is six years old and he’s already on his second career and preparing for a third.

These days the former thoroughbred racehorse is enjoying himself at Cricket Hill Farm.

This is where Saratoga War Horse helps veterans suffering from the stresses of war by connecting them with horses.

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Saratoga WarHorse to Participate in Thoroughbred Makeover

Saratoga WarHorse Foundation, a nonprofit organization offering veterans a three-day experience that has proven to be effective and invaluable for those struggling to adjust to life after military service, will be participating in the Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium organized by the Retired Racehorse Project (RRP).

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2016 Thoroughbred Makeover Horse List

Aiken Rescue Horses Give Veterans the Power to Heal

photo from aiken article

As Matthew Shepherd locked eyes with a thoroughbred race horse, the world suddenly stopped.

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CBS Albany Channel 6 News Covers Saratoga WarHorse

Horses find new life off the track healing veterans.

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"The psychology of this project is right on the money. It's phenomenal. It's very relevant today."

Army National Guard Brigade Commander