Renaissance Equestrian Foundation
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Caring for retired thoroughbreds

Stacie and Tom Nichols of the Renaissance Equestrian Foundation with Teddy, left, and General, two of the retired thoroughbred racehorses they keep on their 84-acre farm in Taneytown, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. (Dylan Slagle)
Stacie and Tom Nichols of the Renaissance Equestrian Foundation with Teddy, one of the retired thoroughbred racehorses they keep on their 84-acre farm in Taneytown, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. (Dylan Slagle)
Tom Nichols of the Renaissance Equestrian Foundation .is nuzzled by Teddy, one of the retired thoroughbred racehorses he and his wife Stacie keep on their 84-acre farm in Taneytown, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. (Dylan Slagle)
Tom Nichols of the Renaissance Equestrian Foundation with Roo and Leo in one of the barns on the 84-acre farm her shares with his wife Stacie in Taneytown, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. (Dylan Slagle)
Tom Nichols of the Renaissance Equestrian Foundation shows off Teddy, one of the retired thoroughbred racehorses he and his wife Stacie keep on their 84-acre farm in Taneytown, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. (Dylan Slagle)
Tom Nichols of the Renaissance Equestrian Foundation shows off Teddy, one of the retired thoroughbred racehorses he and his wife Stacie keep on their 84-acre farm in Taneytown, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. ()
Stacie Nichols of the Renaissance Equestrian Foundation shows off Teddy, one of the retired thoroughbred racehorses she keeps with her husband Tom on their 84-acre farm in Taneytown, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. (Dylan Slagle)
Tom Nichols of the Renaissance Equestrian Foundation with Roo and Leo in one of the barns on the 84-acre farm her shares with his wife Stacie in Taneytown, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. (Dylan Slagle)
Stacie and Tom Nichols of the Renaissance Equestrian Foundation with Teddy, one of the retired thoroughbred racehorses they keep on their 84-acre farm in Taneytown, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. (Dylan Slagle)
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