Retraining of Racehorses (RoR), British Horseracing’s official charity for the welfare of horses who have retired from racing, today publishes a review of the year so far with its 2012 Report. RoR’s 2012 Report provides an informative review of a wide range of the charity’s work, including events and competitions, education and training and other key RoR activities over the past year.
The RoR Annual Report can be downloaded from the link attached to this release.
RoR has also published a film showcasing the successes and real-life stories of former racehorses who have been retrained and are enjoying life after racing . The video also includes footage from RoR’s championship series’ in showing, eventing, polo, dressage and show jumping with contributions from well-known racing and equestrian personalities. To view the video visit here.
Di Arbuthnot, RoR Chief Executive, said:
“It’s been a fantastic year for equestrian sport generally and we are delighted to use the RoR’s Annual Report to highlight the incredible achievements, dedication and hard work of all those involved in educating, retraining and providing support for ex-racehorses. The success of the ex-racehorse in other equestrian disciplines continues to go from strength to strength. “