The Thoroughbred Club of America is a private membership Club. It was established on March 12, 1932 by a group of 15 men who assembled in the LaFayette Hotel in Lexington, KY. Their purpose in creating The Thoroughbred Club was to promote, foster and encourage closer cooperation and better business relations in the Thoroughbred horse industry.
Throughout the years The Thoroughbred Club has grown in prestige, influence and membership. Since forming 83 years ago, the Club continues to uphold the values and purpose that make it one of a kind. TCA provides a venue for the interchange of ideas, methods, and information in relation to the breeding, racing and marketing of Thoroughbred horses as well as encouraging public interest.
Join The Thoroughbred Club of America, and the Salvation Army, as we work together to help local area families and children this holiday season. For many children, the clothes and toys they receive through this program, will be the only gifts they open on Christmas Day. To sponsor a child, simply pick up an angel tree card from the club. They will be available on Friday, November 27th. Use the information on the card to purchase new gift(s) for your child(ren) in need. The cards contain the child's Christmas wish list, along with their clothing needs and shoe sizes. Families with multiple children are available. Return the unwrapped gifts, along with the corresponding card, to the Club by Sunday, December 14th at 3:00 p.m. If necessary, the Club can phone/e-mail/fax the card information to you. Contact the club with any questions, or call the Salvation Army at 859-252-7706 x 305. Help us put a smile on child's face this Christmas!
The Thoroughbred Club of America
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