Remember Me Rescue is a Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Accredited 501(c)3 organization specializing in rehabilitating, retraining and rehoming retired racehorses
Not all the horses at Remember Me can be adopted quickly, while others are unadoptable. Age, health issues, and injuries make some horses harder to place than others but they are all welcome and well cared for at RMR for as long as it takes to find them the right forever home.
Yeah Me Do started his racing career for his breeders in California in 1986 and ran through 1990. He won $72,930 in his career. During his last year of racing Yeah Me Do was claimed and his breeders lost track of him. After running into the person who claimed him years later they were told he had died. They were very surprised to find out that over 20 years later Yammi is safe and sound at Remember Me Rescue. They were so happy to hear of this that they actually came all the way to Texas to see him.
Yammi will live out his days here with us at Remember Me. Currently he is healthy and happy and loves his weekend visits from his fans on the weekends.
Yeah Me Do, the oldest living California bred racehorse
Be Bop Baby, a survivor from the Charles Ford Hell Farm 2012
We call her, 'Lady Red'. She is approximately 25 years old, her tattoo is no longer readable so there is no way to identify her for sure. Her lifetime owner recently passed away but asked his family to donate the old mare only known to them as 'Red' to Remember Me Rescue. He left a donation in his will to help us with her expenses. We applaud this generous man who had a plan for his horse.
Red has had her teeth done, has been wormed, and has been on a good feeding program since arriving at RMR. She has gained a lot weight and should not need any extra ordinary care for now, but she eventually will. We are looking for a soft place for her to land with a family who doesn't want to ride. She would make an excellent companion for another elderly horse. Until she can find her place we are looking for a few sponsors to continue her care at RMR.