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Thoroughbred Transport, Inc.

AJ Trosclair 1995 Oaklawn ParkPresident and Treasurer:  Angelo J Trosclair III
318.288.9009 cell 

Vice President and Secretary: Lou Trosclair
318.288.6699 cell

About AJ Trosclair
A native of South Louisiana Angelo J. Trosclair III, known to friends as AJ, was raised on the west bank of New Orleans.  His parents and older
brother, Frank Trosclair eventually relocated to the Bossier City area.  AJ is married to Lou and has 3 children, Ashlea, Christopher and Allie.  All of whom love horses and are skilled equestrians. 

AJ has experienced a long and prosperous career as a jockey.  He began his profession at the Fair Grounds Race Course in New Orleans at the age of 16.  He and his agent,  Brother Frank, experienced some of the greatest thrills along with some of the lowest defeats.  They were a team for twenty years.

Overall his career was stellar and his lists of riding accolades are long. Retiring in 1999 he is now providing trusted services for the trainers and owners he rode for over the years.  

About Thoroughbred Transport, Inc.
Thoroughbred Transport, Inc. officially began operation in 1997 and is governed by a board of directors who assist in setting high standards, providing 
sound financial advice and strategic planning for continued growth and development.   

Thoroughbred Transport continues to grow, yet remains a small company with a strong emphasis on customer satisfaction. 

We are a member of the National Horse Carriers Association and strictly
adhere to all local, state and federal regulatory agencies, including Department of Transportation.   

Thoroughbred Transport provided emergency evacuation to equine owners during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.  

We proudly support Remember Me Rescue, a non profit horse rescue organization, formed by Dallas and Donna Keen to assist retired and injured racehorses after their careers at the track are over. 

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