HEROS

(redirected from Homing Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme)
AcronymDefinition
HEROSHull and East Riding Options (UK)
HEROSHockey Education Reaching Out Society (Canada)
HEROSHoming Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme (UK)
HEROSHealth and Education Research Operative Services (Lebanon, TN)
HEROSHigher Education Relief Opportunities for Students (Act)
HEROSHigher Education Resource Organization for Students (Bismarck, ND)
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Ms Barrett has raised more than PS9,000 collecting at all the events, which will now be split between Kirkwood Hospice and HEROS (Homing Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme).
The Heros (Homing Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme) Charity Show will be held at Newbury Showground on July 4.
HEROS stands for Homing Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme, is based near Wantage in Berkshire and is one of several such centres devoted to the retraining, rehabilitation and rehoming of ex-racehorses.
A NEW racing club, Foxtrot Racing Helping Heroes, is raising money for the Homing Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme and Help for Heroes, which supports wounded servicemen and women.
SPORTINGBET have set a superb example in supporting the work of the Homing Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme (Heros) by handing over all their profits from the meeting they supported at Chepstow on Monday, and also by making a five-figure donation to the charity.
Roy expressed himself "a huge supporter" of Heros, the Homing Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme, while also among Britain's best-known retraining facilities are Greatwood, Moorcroft and the Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre.
THE racing charity Heros (Homing Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme) has launched its True Colours Appeal, with all funds raised going towards providing ex-racehorses with the retraining and rehoming required for life after racing.
THE Homing Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme (HEROS), the charity that retrains ex-racers, is staging a seminar next Sunday entitled Optimum Health for Optimum Performance, with presentations by veterinary experts Lesley Young, Richard Hepburn and Geoff Lane.