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Longshot-Heavy Breeders’ Cup Sees Just 35 IRS Filings, Down 97 Percent Over 2016

Despite some of the longest-priced winners in Breeders’ Cup history, only 35 winning tickets at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club triggered Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reporting or withholding via automatic W-2G filings across the two-day Breeders’ Cup World Championships. That represents a 97 percent reduction from the previous year, when 1,333 W-2G filings occurred on-track […]

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Update On New IRS Rules: Major ADW Companies Ready To Comply Today

With new, favorable U.S. Treasury and Internal Revenue Service reporting and withholding regulations going into effect today (Thursday, Sept. 28), most of the largest advance deposit wagering companies say they are ready to implement the changes immediately. AmWager, NYRA Bets, TVG, TwinSpires and Xpressbet all have issued press releases or posted statements on social media saying […]

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TwinSpires To Implement Revisions To IRS Reporting, Withholding Regulations Thursday

In the wake of the IRS’ announcement regarding pari-mutuel wagering on Monday, bet-taking companies across the nation have been rushing to find ways to implement the new tax regulations. Of the “Big Three” advance-deposit wagering companies, TwinSpires was the first to say it will offer horseplayers the chance to take advantage of the new rules […]

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IRS Announces Formal Adoption Of ‘Landmark’ Pari-Mutuel Regulations

The U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced Monday that they will formally adopt modernized regulations regarding the withholding and reporting of pari-mutuel proceeds. The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) has long pressed for these updated regulations that will allow horseplayers to keep more of their winnings, thereby increasing the amount wagered […]

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Racing World Mourns Passing Of ‘First Lady Of Thoroughbred Racing’

Thrust into national prominence as the owner and breeder of Riva Ridge and Secretariat, Penny Chenery charmed the nation as an engaging and quick-witted owner who represented her equine champions with poise, dignity, and keen business sense. She grasped her role as the voice of the silent equine hero. As she put it, “The horse can’t […]

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Por Amor Al Purasangre: La Increíble Historia de Tooreen Dancer

NOTA: El trabajo que presentamos a continuación es la traducción de una historia publicada el 20 de Julio por Gary Fenton, socio y manager de Little Red Feather Racing Club, un sindicato dedicado a la adquisición y manejo de caballos de carrera basado en California. El relato fue tan impactante que le pedimos su autorización para […]

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New Federal Budget Agreement Could Allow Number Of H-2B Visas To Double

A new federal budget agreement reached Sunday night could allow the number of non-agricultural immigrant workers to double in the United States, according to a report from bloodhorse.com. The measure, which has yet to be approved by both houses of Congress, will quell some of the fears plaguing the racing industry and its workforce, though […]

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2018 Eclipse Awards Moved To Thursday Before Pegasus World Cup

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) announced Friday that the 47th Annual Eclipse Awards will be held January 25, 2018 – the Thursday before the $16 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes – at Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino in Hallandale Beach, Fla. The Eclipse Awards – bestowed upon horses and individuals whose outstanding achievements […]

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Donations Still Needed to Fund American Horse Council Economic Impact Study

The American Horse Council Foundation (AHCF) has been working hard to secure pledges and funding necessary to update the National Economic Impact study, and would like express our sincere appreciation for all of those organizations and individuals that have generously contributed so far! However, we are still $150,000 short of our goal, and we need […]

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NTRA Asking For Continued Support In Pursuit Of New Pari-Mutuel Regulations

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) is asking for help from horseplayers, racing fans and the greater Thoroughbred industry to make a final, coordinated push in the effort to enact new regulations on pari-mutuel winnings and withholdings. An appeal penned by NTRA President & CEO Alex Waldrop has been distributed via e-mail to tens of […]

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