Aftercare for our horses

Mission StatementBourbon Lane Stable Retirement Fund, Inc., whose mission is to raise and distribute funds to ensure that every current or former Bourbon Lane Stable racehorse has a safe forever home.

Bourbon Lane Retirement Fund, Inc., a public 501c3 charity set up to secure the futures of Bourbon Lane’s retired racehorses. Funded by, generous charitable donations from some of our partners, we have already helped retire Bourbon Lane Stable horses including, Dixie Julep, Bourbon Country, Hello Bourbon, Quiero Bourbon, and Itsthebourbontalkin. Additional information can be found on

Bourbon Lane Retirement Fund

Would you like to support Bourbon Lane’s retired horses? You can make a donation by clicking here

In January 2016 Bourbon Lane Stable was awarded the Allaire duPont Leadership award at the annual TCA Stallion Season Auction.

“Bourbon Lane Stable and the Thoroughbred Incentive Program have made tremendous contributions to Thoroughbred aftercare,” said Dan Rosenberg, president of TCA. “Bourbon Lane is a shining example of responsible ownership and TIP has successfully worked to increase demand for off-track Thoroughbreds by incentivizing and rewarding owners. Both of their efforts speak to the mission of Thoroughbred Charities of America and for that we are very appreciative.”


With a new owner and new career, Hello Bourbon is enjoying his days as a pleasure horse.

Bourbon n Rye, is an event horse for a lovely new owner in New Hampshire adopted out by New Vocations from their New York division.

Bourbon Country is now a pleasure horse for his new owner in Georgetown, KY. He was also adopted out by New Vocations from their Kentucky division.

With a new owner and new career, Afterbourbon was adopted out from New Vocations.

Johannesbourbon, is at Old Friends Retirement Facility in the donated Bourbon Lane Stable pasture.

Quiero Bourbon is now an event horse, winning blue ribbons left and right.

Hashtag Bourbon trained for the Thoroughbred Makeover at the Ky Horse Park that is put on by the Retired Racehorse Project. He is now a show horse and even dabbled in Steeplechase racing!

Justonemorebourbon is now living the life as a companion and pleasure riding horse for his new owner in North Carolina.

Hard Bourbon is spending his time at the Tierra Madre Sanctuary playing with friends.

Thank you to all the organizations that work to find new careers for Thoroughbred race horses.

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