Virginia-Certified Program

Virginia-Certified Program Distributes $1,357,730 In Additional Earnings In 2019

The Virginia Thoroughbred Association’s residency program hit a new gear in 2019 as $1,357,730 in bonus monies were distributed from 338 victories at tracks in the Mid-Atlantic region. A total of 156 different owners, who had a horse spend at least six months at a registered farm in the Commonwealth prior to Dec. 31st of […]

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Honor Roll Presented By Virginia Thoroughbred Association: Zonda, Tass Show Early Dividends For Schera’s Pilot Project

Matt Schera learned about the Virginia Thoroughbred Association’s Virginia-certified program two years ago, and that season he sent his first several yearlings to be started at the Braeburn Training Center located in the foothills of the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains. In order to qualify for the Certified program, horses must spend a six-month residency at […]

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Honor Roll Presented By Virginia Thoroughbred Association: Braxton Spearheads Godsey’s Eagle Point Farm Program

Virginia-bred Braxton is the flag-bearer for Karen Godsey’s Eagle Point Farm in Ashland, Va., with more than $125,000 in earnings and a special personality. The 5-year-old son of Peak Dancer has also earned an extra $22,000 in the last several seasons courtesy of the Virginia Thoroughbred Association. “He’s doing great,” said Godsey. “We just love […]

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Honor Roll Presented By Virginia Thoroughbred Association: Golden Having ‘Too Much Fun’ With Parisian Diva

Melinda Golden of Hancock, Md., has owned horses since 1969 but has never had as much fun as she’s currently enjoying with her homebred filly Parisian Diva. The 3-year-old West Virginia-bred by Freedom Child out of Paris Heiress, by Wildcat Heir, has won seven races from 11 starts with three seconds and a third for […]

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