Ashado's Sale to Benefit Thoroughbred Charities of America


Edited press release
When champion filly Ashado is offered for sale during the 2005 Keeneland November Mixed Sale by Taylor Made Sales Agency, a portion of the proceeds of the sale will benefit Thoroughbred Charities of America. The Kentucky Oak (gr. I) winner is owned by Laurie and Jack Wolf, Paul Saylor and Johns Martin.

"On behalf of the partners, we feel very fortunate in the Thoroughbred Industry and with the sale of Ashado, our crown jewel, it's a perfect opportunity to give back to the industry," Laurie and Jack Wolf said in a statement issued by TCA. "By giving to Thoroughbred Charities of America, we know the funds will go to all aspects of the racing community."

Thoroughbred Charities of America is the largest umbrella non-profit organization of the Thoroughbred industry. TCA's sole mission is to raise money for distribution to over 100 organizations involved with Thoroughbred Rescue, Retirement, Rehabilitation, Research, Education, Backstretch, Jockey and Therapeutic Riding Programs.

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