Remember Me Rescue is a Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Accredited 501(c)3 organization specializing in rehabilitating, retraining and rehoming retired racehorses
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The Remember Me Retired Racehorse Program was formed by racehorse trainers and volunteers to assist retired and injured racehorses after their careers at the track are over. We accept, rehabilitate, and retrain exracehorses with the hopes of finding them new homes with responsible owners. Remember Me has been a 501(c)3 since 2008 and accredited by the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance since 2014.
WHY WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT We rely on donations from horse lovers, horse breeders and racing fans alike. Since we are an IRS approved 501(c)3 Program all donations are tax deductible. Please consider donating to our continuing efforts to place these horses with new families.
For more information on donations or adoptions please email us at
We currently have several horses available for adoption. Click on the photos for more information or go to the Horses Available Page to see all of the horses looking for new homes.
New horses are frequently donated to Remember Me. Visit the'Horses Available'page to see which horses are currently available to be adopted. If you plan on adopting from us consider getting approved for adoption in advance so when a horse that you are interested in becomes available there will be no delay in scheduling a visit.
Horses in the RMR program have been thoroughly evaluated and most are ridden regularly. Horses that can not be ridden are handled on a regular basis, including hoof care, grooming, and training to improve basic ground manners.
20 Stall Barn donated by Midwest Thoroughbreds
Join TEAM RESTART
We need your help changing the lives of retired racehorses. With the cost of hay and feed higher than ever, the lack of grazing because due to the drought, and the number of horses waiting to get into RMR we desperately need your help to meet the needs of our program. Please consider joining our RESTART TEAM and help us give them every opportunity for a wonderful life.
Yeah Me Do, at 35 years young
Your monthly giving helped us care for Yeah Me Do for the last years of his life. We want to thank you for giving and allowing us this special time with him.
Rest in Peace Yammi
Yeah Me Do
2/19/1983 - 4/20/2018
Mail donations to
Remember Me Rescue 4100 Conveyor Drive
Burleson, Texas 76028
Was adopted by Dean Watson on 2/24. He is going to enjoy a wonderful life as a companion and trail buddy to Dean and his family. We are going to miss him at RMR.
Carmen and Texas Treat
Adopting Texas Treat was the best thing I've ever done! He has been my best horse so far! He is willing to do anything I ask of him and is so sweet natured. He has had no health or training problems. If I was going to get another horse it would be from remember me rescue. They are a wonderful foundation. :) I want to thank them for what they do.
The Remember Me Rescue training program was designed and implemented by Dallas and Donna Keen. Many of the horses in the program have been retrained in these methods and are ready for almost anything when they leave Remember Me Rescue and begin their new careers.
Consider Joining Team Restart
Your monthly donation will help us continue to provide care and training and help these beautiful retired racehorses find wonderful homes.
"Each and every horse I rode in my career helped make my career. Each one meant something to me, whether it was a low level claimer or a Derby winner. Every horse deserves a happy life at the end of their racing career. Unfortunately, most don't get one. Remember Me Rescue can make a difference by giving horses the happy life they deserve after their racing career."
Hall of Fame Jockey, Gary Stevens
Congratulations to our good friend and supporter Gary Stevens and all the connections of Mucho Macho Man for winning the Breeders Cup Classic.
Gary donated a portion of his BC earnings to Remember Me Rescue.
Remember Me has been Accredited by the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance since 2014. We are proud to be partners with other thoroughbred organizations nation wide to ensure the care and safety of retired racehorses.
Before and After...
Be Bop Baby is a survivor of the Charles Ford 'puppymill' farm in Many, LA. Ford was recently sentenced to jail for the cruelty he inflicted on over 100 horses on his farm. Be Bop Baby has issues that make her unadoptable and is now a permanent resident of RMR where she can live out her days. To learn more about