Above - The Hookie Doke's left front leg following extensive surgery and rehab

Left - The Hookie Doke enjoying a long and happy retirement at one of Rerun's retirement facilities


June 2015

 Moneighs and signed posters from Mine That Bird and the movie 50 to 1 that will be in an upcoming AUCTION.

June 2015

Rolex rider Colleen Rutledge begins training Navajo Ca Lo for the RRP Makeover Challenge

Lives We Impact

The Hookie Doke retired after a catastrophic injury in training and following over $15,000 worth of surgery, he was donated to Rerun where he now resides at our Maryland sanctuary farm will he will spend the rest of his life.

Our Mission

ReRun Thoroughbred Adoption pioneered the concept that when Thoroughbreds’ racing days are over, they don’t need to be sent to auction or slaughter but can be retrained to pursue second careers in other forms of equitation while enjoying another 20+ years of companionship with their new adoptive families.


This list details the majority of our recent initiatives that we need your participation in.

Every racehorse deserves our services, not just those with the best chance of adoption

Full disclosure of the horse's physical and behavioral issues is the best policy

Our Philosophy 



    The  word "Moneigh®" came from  combining the

    name of the famous artist, Monet, and the sound

    that a horse makes, a neigh. Some of the 

    greatest Thoroughbreds in racing have created

    Moneighs® to raise money for ReRun.  For more      

    information on Moneighs, contact


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