In honor of the 10th anniversary of the Purebred Technical Care Alliance (TAA), the Official Care Partner of the Breeder’s Cup will be premiering its short film, ‘Ten Years Anniversary’ at the Alliance. Film Festival The Kentucky Theater’s Horse: An Equine.
The historic theater in downtown Lexington will host a week-long film festival from October 31 to November 4, 2022. TAA’s ten-minute film, ‘Tenth Anniversary,’ is scheduled premiered three times at the Kentucky Theater:
7:40 p.m. Tuesday, November 1 by ‘Secretary’
7:30 p.m. Thursday, November 3 before the documentary, ‘Born to Rein’
1:30 p.m. Friday, November 4 before ‘Born to Rein’
“Located in the heart of horse country, like us, the Kentucky Theater is honored to host a film premiere commemorating an organization that has done so much to promote the welfare of retired racehorses. “, said Kentucky Theater Director, Hayward Wilkirson.
Produced by Emmy Award winner Steve Scheidler, ‘Ten Years Anniversary’ features interviews from major Thoroughbred race and aftercare advocates including John Phillips, Michael Blowen, Terry Finley, Dora Delgado, Jeffrey Bloom, Dale Romans, Madeline Auerbach, Jimmy Bell, Natalie Voss, Nick Zito and Nicole Walker.
Producer Steve Scheidler said: “TAA has made a significant impact on the sport in 10 short years. “Not only did they help solve animal welfare issues in horse racing, but they also took us to a new level of management. A managerial job forces us to continue to educate, advise, sponsor. and taking care of the things that matter a lot and reminding us to always be like that at the end of the day — it’s all about Horses. It’s been an honor to be part of a small part in sharing their story.”
’10th Anniversary’ is a short film highlighting the North American thoroughbred industry’s initiative to care for Thoroughbred racehorses after finishing their careers on the track. As an international project providing a safety net for thousands of retired racehorses, the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2022.
“The industry has made great strides in their understanding of aftercare over the past ten years, but now the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance must address the misconception that the problem There’s still a lot of work left to do after the fact, said Stacie Clark Rogers, TAA’s operational advisor. “” 10th Anniversary, “pays homage to the past decade of TAA and us hopefully it will stimulate viewers to support not only TAA’s mission but Purebred care in general.”
Movie tickets are $6.50 per person and can be purchased in person or online at Kentuckytheater.org.
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