Siena Farm Pledges $5,000 One-Day Match Donation to TAA Holiday Giving Campaign December 17th
Alex Kokka/TAA Press Release
LEXINGTON, Ky.—As part of the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA)’s month-long Holiday Giving Campaign, Siena Farm has pledged to match all donations up to $5,000 made to the TAA on Dec. 17, 2022. Siena Farm excels in not only breeding and racing Thoroughbreds—such as their syndicate ownership in undefeated 2022 Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) winner, Flightline—but within their endeavors to support the industry from all angles, including Thoroughbred aftercare. Now, the boutique breeding and racing farm seeks to invite fellow industry participants to match their donation to the TAA Holiday Giving Campaign.
“The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance plays a vital role through its accreditation of aftercare organizations and grants to safeguard the most vulnerable of our retired Thoroughbred racehorses and Siena Farm is very proud to participate in the TAA Holiday Giving Campaign,” said Siena Farm President, David Pope. “We invite all industry participants to join us this holiday season and show your support to a great organization.”
“We are so happy to continue to build on our partnership with Siena Farm,” said TAA Funding and Events Manager, Emily Dresen. “Siena leads with class and integrity, proving that when you put the horse first, success will follow. We are thrilled to have this world-class breeder and owner bestow such a generous match to the TAA today.”
TAA’s Holiday Giving Campaign commenced November 29th and is scheduled to conclude New Year’s Eve. Those wishing to support the TAA, its 81 accredited organizations, and thousands of retired Thoroughbreds can donate through the TAA’s website or text DONATE to 56651. During the Holiday Giving Campaign, TAA is also offering donors the benefit of sending digital holiday cards to colleagues, friends, and loved ones.
Throughout the end of the year, the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance will continue to host special one-day only donation matches with some of horse racing’s biggest names. For more chances to double your donation, watch the TAA’s social media, website, and industry advertisements for the next Holiday Giving match day announcement.
To learn more and donate to the TAA’s Holiday Giving campaign, visit: ThoroughbredAftercare.org/HolidayCampaign.
About Siena Farm
Based in Paris, KY, the goal at Siena Farm is simple: breed and raise superior, world-class racehorses by melding hundreds of years of traditional horsemanship with leading-edge technology. Siena Farm has assembled professionals in the horse-breeding industry with decades of winning experience. To time-proven thoroughbred methods, we add modern technology. The result — healthy, happy horses ready to succeed in their racing and breeding careers. Siena Farm builds on generations of Kentucky’s horse-breeding tradition and proven results. Siena Farm’s 262 prime acres once belonged to the Clay Charolais Farm. We share the same soil and Kentucky bluegrass as our well-known neighbors Claiborne Farm, Darley- Stonerside Farm and Hidden Brook Farm. Come visit Siena Farm to discover a “boutique” breeding farm where tradition embraces innovation. To learn more about Siena Farm, visit SienaFarm.com.