The Mission of the Thoroughbred Retirement Network of Louisiana (TRNL) is threefold:
1) To offer the owners, breeders and trainers of Thoroughbred racehorses a full service retraining, retirement and respite facility so that these horses may be retrained and/or rehomed without the risk of being raced again or used for inhumane purposes.
2) To rescue Thoroughbreds who have been neglected, harmed, abused or who are at risk of going to slaughter.
3) To educate the public as well as those in the racing industry about the responsibilities of owning Thoroughbreds, ways in which owners, breeders and trainers can enhance the likelihood that their Thoroughbreds will retire successfully and purposefully, and to teach others about about retraining ex-racers.
It is the hope of the TRNL to retrain and rehome many, many retiring Thoroughbreds. We are, however, committed to establishing a quality foundation for each horse with whom we work and are focused on understanding the needs of each individual. Therefore, the TRNL will not make claims regarding the amount of time it takes to rehabilitate or retrain any of our dear equine friends.