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Breeders’ Awards Increased For Louisiana-Bred Runners Sired In-State

The Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association Board of Directors has announced that the LTBA will be increasing breeders’ awards for Louisiana-sired accredited Louisiana-breds to 20 percent beginning with the 2019-20 Delta Downs Thoroughbred meet which opens Tuesday, Oct. 8. Breeders’ awards for accredited Louisiana-breds by stallions standing outside the state of Louisiana will continue to be […]

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Wyoming Breeders Program Awards $1.7 Million In Incentives For 2017

The revenue from these historic racing terminals has been used as a way to restore the viability of Wyoming’s horse racing industry, as well as to secure some economic stability for the stateĀ  In 2017 the combined total handle for the Historic Racing terminals throughout Wyoming exceeded over $420 million, of which over $4.2 million […]

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Legislative Amendment Moving Forward To Restore Pennsylvania Breeders Awards

House Bill 2303, which went into effect in February of this year, included language which mistakenly changed how breeders’ awards in the state of Pennsylvania were awarded. As a result, breeders in the state have not gotten any awards since that date. An amendment to correct the Breeder distribution wording was agreed to and unanimously […]

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(UPDATED) Wolf: Statutory Change Needed To Restart Pennsylvania Breeder Awards

There does not appear to be immediate relief in sight for Pennsylvania breeders whose incentive awards were cut off earlier this year by what is being called an inadvertent change in wording of legislation that was widely supported by the Thoroughbred industry. At least that’s what Gov. Tom Wolf said in an Aug. 5 letter […]

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Louisiana Breeders’ Awards To Be Reduced Beginning April 6

The Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association sent a letter to its members on Dec. 31, informing them that the breeder award rate will be cut from 20 percent down to 18 percent. The reduction will begin with the start of the Evangeline Downs race meeting on April 6, according to the Blood Horse. Secretary-treasurer Roger Heitzmann […]

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