Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center, Reschooling Horses

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center leads the thoroughbred industry as the gold standard for reschooling horses into their second career.

What happens to horses after they can’t race anymore? What happens to a horse if they get injured or are too slow? That’s where Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center steps in with their reschooling program. Their expert trainers do body work and learn what the horse wants to do and what their needs are.

Through their reschooling program, horses are given new skills to transition into their second careers. It is also their hope to get these horses adopted into new homes. If you are interested in adopting, you must apply with three references, interview, and then try the horse. If you want a more hands-on approach with the center, they do have volunteer and internship applications available as well.

To learn more about Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center, visit their website.

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