Remember Me Rescue is a Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Accredited 501(c)3 organization specializing in rehabilitating, retraining and rehoming retired racehorses
Can't Adopt? Become A Horse Sponsor
You can help without adopting.
At Remember Me Racehorse Rescue we have several hard to place horses that have become long term residents. These horses are hard to place for several reasons. Not only age but the financial obligation to care for these older or severely injured horses is extreme. Most of these horses are on special diets and have veterinary needs that make them part of the unwanted horse population as well as very expensive to care for.
These horses need people like you to make a small monthly commitment to help us care for their needs. Please sponsor one of these horses that have found a place to rest and recuperate at Remember Me.
Yeah Me Do
YEAH ME DO 27 years old
Roy Andolfo Joe Shell Diane Becker
PERFECT PEACE 4 year old retired OTTB
Voluteering at Remember Me
If you love horses and have some experience working with them we would like to invite you to volunteer your time and skills to helping the horses at Remember Me.
If you have any Clinton Anderson, Parelli, John Lyons type training you have the basic skills to help us begin the transformation from racehorse to family horse. Please contact us for volunteer availability.
We are also looking for someone with exceptional horsemanship skills to train new volunteers to use good horsemanship while handling exracehorses.
Unfortunately we are unable to 'train' anyone to work with horses at this time and require that you have previous horse experience to volunteer at Remember Me Racehorse Rescue.
Horses We Have Placed...
I just wanted to give you guys an update on 'Bella' and a picture. She's such a wonderful horse to be around now! A sweet kind personality a nd loves attention from people.
I ride her bareback all over the place and she doesn't mind it one bit. Not to mention she's only 4!
I love how honest and upfront you guys were with her because it made training her a lot easier knowing all the facts. I can't say enough great things about your efforts. Thank you :)
- Veronica Plant
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.
Aaron and Bambini
I have been meaning to get you some pictures of me and Bambini for some time now. I apologize for not getting them to you sooner. These photos were taken just this past Saturday.
Bambini is doing very well and just looks beautiful. He has the most awesome horsenality and has truly become a part of our family. I just love him and he is my favorite part of my weekend. Thank you again so much and thank you for all that you do with Remember Me Rescue!
Many of the horses at Remember Me have been through specialty training and desensitizing to promote awareness of the intelligence and retrainability of retired racehorses. Racehorses can be trained for anything after their careers at the track are over.
Lil Bit Sly
She's A Benbow
Presidente d' Oro
Thanks to Phyllis for adopting Chameleon. Cameleon will now be a pleasure trail horse and companion to Phyllis and her grandson Skylar.
Chameleon and Phyllis
The Dean Family
Thank you to the Dean family who graciously adopted the two 12 year olds Craft Illusion and Goin Deep. They now have a fantastic home away from the racetrack. They will be used as family horses and ridden on trail rides. Crafty and Goin Deep were part of the Louisiana Rescue along with Lil Doctor, Ruby Knolls, Shawneboy, Imbizzyrunning, and Queen Of Belen. All pictured below.
Thanks to everyone for helping to retire
His owner agreed to sell the 12 year old gelding for $500 after finishing way back in his 101st start. Remember Me Rescue donated the first $100 and within 4 hours raised the remaining $400 to retire him. Thanks to everyone that helped us get this guy off the track.