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Our Approach 

 

  • Empathy

  • Engagement

  • Collaboration

  • Research

  • Dissemination

  • Implementation

  • Advocacy

  • Storytelling

  • Pilots & Events

Who do we engage ?

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  • Thoroughbred industry & related charities

  • Equine Assisted Services sector

  • Equestrian sectors

  • Equine health, behaviour & welfare experts

  • Human health & behaviour experts and institutions

  • Researchers and academic institutions

  • Governments & NGOs

  • Media & storytellers

Our Strategy Map

 Benefit / Stakeholder Beneficiary Value

  • Informed, evidence-based leadership on use of thoroughbreds in equine assisted therapy.

  • Improved access to equine assisted therapy.

  • Enhanced equine and human welfare in this sector of activity. 

Capacities

  • Engage and align stakeholders, developing effective partnerships (including charities with similar and/or complimentary objectives).

  • Ensure high quality research and information.

  • Develop effective and joined up advocacy.

Learning & Growth

  • Effective communication ensuring shared understanding and buy in to our strategy.

  • Ensure adequate specialist / technical expertise.

  • Gather and disseminate sound research and evidence.   

 

Resources

  • Solicit funding to provide effective support.

  • Strengthen our financial and organisational sustainability.

  • Use resources strategically and efficiently.

The John Pearce Foundation 

“The Foundation’s Trustees are delighted to support Racing To Relate’s work with the University of Bristol, which will help create a greater understanding of Thoroughbreds’ suitability for Equine Therapy purposes and – hopefully – allow more horses to find a meaningful career after they retire from racing. 
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