CARMA Placement Program Assists with the Retirement of More than 160 Racehorses

CARMA Allocates More Than $438,000 to 23 Thoroughbred Aftercare Charities

“All in favor, say ‘Aye” declared California Retirement Management Account President Howard Zucker to close the final 2017 grant meeting, and with resounding gusto the CARMA Board echoed, “Aye!” The New Year is bright and full of promise for CARMA’s 23 Aftercare Partners, as they will be receiving approximately $438,000 in grants allocated for retired California-raced Thoroughbreds. The financial resource enables them to provide the horses with quality feed, care and a safe place to go after they cross the finish line for the last time. Since being created in 2008 by Founder’s Chair Madeline Auerbach, the organization has awarded more than $3.8 million to equine nonprofits that provide either rehabilitation and retraining to former racehorses or offer them lifelong sanctuary. Read More

CARMA to Benefit from Equine Sports Therapy Promotion

ARCADIA, Calif., Jan. 4, 2017 – Much like human athletes, performance horses of all equestrian disciplines need sports therapy to recover from various aches and pains from strenuous physical activity. Leading the rehabilitation industry with cutting edge technology and services is Eclipse Equine Sports Therapy Center (Eclipse) who helps heal some of California’s finest horses. Read More

CARMA Placement Program Assists its 100th Retired Racehorse

Thoroughbred Racing Aftercare Nonprofit Achieves Major Milestone ARCADIA, Calif. Oct. 19, 2016 – Less than four years ago, the California Retirement Management Account (CARMA) launched its Placement Program with the goal of transitioning five race horses at a time from the track and into the next phase of their lives as beloved pets. The nonprofit Read More