Track to Trail Thoroughbreds

News

Florida Assoc of Equine Practitioners Symposium at Pine Ridge Equestrian

Very excited to be hosting the lab portion of the upcoming symposium for the The Florida Association of Equine Practitioners (FAEP) in October!
We will have 30 equine vets on premise holding ultrasound labs. If you are a volunteer, please mark these dates, set up is afternoon of the Oct 9th, lab is on the 10th. For any of our kids in our programs, this is a great way to learn more about being a vet. We need horse handlers, food runners, people to help organize and answer questions, you can be right in the thick of things while helping!

Adopt an ex racehorse at Track to Trail Inc Naples, FL

We are rolling out 2019 to be our best year ever!
Now thru the end of February 2019
Adopt a horse and get free lessons for 1 month!
Adoption fees waived if you have adopted from us before!
Adopt a companion horse or light riding horse and we will get you a 1000 bale of compressed hay to get you started!


We aways offer
Transport to adopters new home
Assistance w Medical Emergencies
We will pick them back up no questions asked
Free board during natural disasters such as fire/hurricane if you are displaced
-and many more benefits!

We always have a wait list of injured horses wanting to get in, the best way to help them is to adopt a horse that has already gone through rehabilitation!

Two Ex Racehorses meeting for the first time at our rehabilitation center

If you are interested, please check out our Adoption Page, and FB page which hosts many pictures and videos then fill out an Application to schedule a visit!
Not ready to adopt? You can donate, volunteer, or sponsor a horse!

Volunteers at Track to Trail

volunteer group shot august

Our orientation – August 2018

Each month the ranks of those making a difference for ex racehorses in Naples GROWS!  Our monthly orientations are full of wonderful local people who would  like to make a difference in their community, keeping it LOCAL!

Volunteers have the responsibility of feeding, caring, and rehabilitating the horses that come thru our doors.  From Fractured Sesamoids, to bowed tendons, knees that have been nearly destroyed and horses that have been starved or abused.  Every day and evening volunteers, take time out of their day to come and do something here to help.  Their love of horses and all animals binds them in this cause.

They also share our stories on FB,  bring friends and family in to volunteer and donate to our huge need of feed and hay and shavings and other misc things the horses need!

Without volunteers, we would not exist.  If you are local, please come to one of our monthly orientations, its the first Sat of every month – you can register on our VOLUNTEER PAGE  If you are not local, think about volunteering somewhere in your neck of the woods.  Giving of yourself is one of the best things you can do in life!

Tank tops for horses

SUPPORT OUR RACEHORSE REHOMING PROJECT
Get your summer shirts here!  Tanks and V neck Hanes X Temp shirts

$25 each – the more you buy, the more you help!

Show your support!  Click here to purchase!
Don’t want a shirt?  Donate directly thru the website, at Sponsor a Horse

T-shirt Campaign

Buy a shirt and help us fundraise!  Custom shirts, unisex or women’s V neck in a variety of colors.

BUY SHIRTS

TTT is now a Rescue Adoption Partner w Animal Services

Exciting news! We were now a Rescue Adoption Partner with Collier County Domestic Animal Services! Specifically helping horses that come into the shelter that have physical or behavioral problems! Honored to be a part of this!

Solicitation Disclosure Statement

Track to Trail Inc. Solicitation Disclosure Statement
Financial and other information about Track to Trail, Inc.’s purpose, programs and activities can be obtained by contacting the Director at 3847 2nd Ave SE, Naples, FL  34117 239-963-7296, or tracktotrailthoroughbreds@gmail.com  or for residents of Florida

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CONTRIBUTIONS ARE DEDUCTIBLE FOR FEDERAL INCOME TAX PURPOSES IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAW. REGISTRATION IN A STATE DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION OF TRACK TO TRAIL INC. BY THE STATE.

Purple Spoon cooking class and wine tasting

Sept 30th at the Purple spoon with Chef Kristina!
Help the horses with this unique, hands on, culinary and wine tasting  experience!

$50 per person includes the Tapas class, recipes and service.
Wines can be purchases by the glass. Non-alcoholic beverages will also be available.

Class starts at 6pm and ends around 8pm.
For reservations please email to events@purplespoonfl.com. OR call them directly at 239.908.3842
purple spoon

New Barn Party/BeMer Demo/Tacos

Join us Sat, August 26th to help celebrate the generosity of those who contributed to our shelter! We will have a BeMer Demo starting promplty at 9am, where Lisa Diamond will treat our horses and answer questions. Afterwards we will relax with cool drinks and have the most AMAZING Tacos for lunch!

if you don’t know about BeMer it is an amazing healing process, for both humans and horses, this demo will focus on Sport horses and their injuries. BeMer promotes rehabilitatiaon and muscle rejuvination! I will post links in the Discussion part of this event.

Our shelter was completed just a few weeks ago, it was construction, then water, then electric and stall mats, and fans, and so much went into this beautiful addition of 2 medical stalls and an attached shelter to protect the horses from teh incredible heat and storms we have here in the summer.
August 26th 2017
9-noon
At our facility
Rsvp to us at tracktotrailthoroughbreds or join our Facebook event IMG_6686

Standards of Care

Sec. 14-77. General Standards of Care. Anyone who owns or maintains an animal-related business, animal-related organization, commercial breeder, non-commercial breeder, or rodeo must provide that animal:

Freedom from hunger or thirst by ready access to fresh water and a diet to maintain full health and vigor;

Freedom from discomfort by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area;

Freedom from pain, injury or disease by prevention or rapid diagnosis and treatment;

Freedom to express normal behavior by providing sufficient space, proper facilities and company of the animal’s own kind; and

Freedom from fear and distress by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering.