Thoroughbred Aftercare Summit


The Thoroughbred Aftercare Summit, first held in 2019 the day before the start of competition at the Thoroughbred Makeover, is put on by the Retired Racehorse Project, Thoroughbred Charities of America and Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. Focusing on education and networking among those with a professional interest in the retraining and rehoming of Thoroughbreds, topics of discussion include finance, business management, board governance and grant- and sponsorship-seeking best practices.

The 2020 Thoroughbred Aftercare Summit

The 2020 Summit will take place as a virtual event this year with three sessions over two days. The Summit remains free, but pre-registration is required; click here to sign up. Summit sessions are as follows:

Do More, Spend Less
Monday, October 5 at 7:00 PM ET

Panelists: Krista Lea, MS, research analyst, University of Kentucky Department of Plant and Soil Sciences; Jill Stowe, PhD, associate professor, University of Kentucky Ag Equine Programs

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Moderator: Stephanie Church, of The Horse Media Group

Innovative ways to streamline your budget, utilize federal/state incentives for facility improvements and lower your herd management costs without compromising on care. This session is also part of our 2020 webinar series.

Fundraising in Challenging Times
Tuesday, October 6 at 2:00 PM ET

Panelist: Jessica Coleman of Coleman Hastings Advancement Consulting

Virtual events, digital fundraising, informing donors about government incentives to donate. Compassion fatigue and burnout.

Accounting 101: Tips for Preparing Financials for Grant Requests
Tuesday, October 6 at 3:30 PM ET

Panelists: Stacie Clark and Kristin Werner of Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance and Erin Crady of Thoroughbred Charities of America

Tips to ensure that the financial reports required by granting organizations are submitted correctly.




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