Join us Tuesday through Saturday for a tour of the farm...See our events page for details!
Old Friends at Cabin Creek, the Bobby Frankel Division, is Saratoga County’s only thoroughbred retirement farm and one of the few that will take thoroughbred stallions.
Our purpose is to provide dignified retirement for all racehorses, both known and unknown. Completely staffed by volunteers and run entirely on donations, our goal is to provide a natural, nurturing forever home to retired race horses, and offer the public an up-close and personal experience with our thoroughbred horses.
We are open to the public year round with many special events during track season.
Interested in supporting our cause AND owning your very own Kentucky Derby Mint Julep Jigger made by the creators of the Kentucky Derby trophy? Check out S.R.Blackinton's site and support the amazing boys at Old Friends at Cabin Creek!
100% of the proceeds go to the "boys"!!
We will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays
Tours are free, but donations are gratefully accepted!
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The average cost of caring for a horse is approximately $15 per day. That amount is based on the cost of hay, grain plus regularly scheduled veterinary and farrier care. That amount increases significantly when there is serious illness or an injury or when the cost of hay and grain is affected by events beyond our control such as weather conditions, fuel costs and the economy. This amount does NOT reflect any costs associated with facility management such as grounds and building maintenance, repairs, snow removal, fencing and new construction.
We are 100% staffed by volunteers and no salaries are paid.
If you would like to support the work we do, you can donate online by clicking on the DONATE button below:
Thank you, TCA!
Old Friends at Cabin Creek is a grant recipient for 2017 from the Thoroughbred Charities of America!
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Thank you, Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance!