It’s funny how a horse race mirrors a horse’s career: years of training, hours of television coverage, and hats that strain credulity. And then the gate goes down, the horses are off, and whole thing is over in less than three minutes. The race itself is only a small part of the spectacle, just as a horse’s racing career is only a small part of its life. Barbi Moline of Florida Thoroughbred Retirement and Adoptive Care, or Florida TRAC, works with horses after they’ve left racing. Moline says every horse comes to her group with different needs.