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    01-20-2010, 10:15 AM
Originally Posted by HalfPass    
He no longer owns the horse but as a breeder does recieve a percentage when they place.
are you kidding me?!?!?! Not fair!!!!!!! We don't get anything like that!!! The only people who get money are the owner and trainer here.... and they typically pay the groom who paddocks the horse $40, $50-$60 if they win. Or if its a stake race its usually around $100
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    01-20-2010, 12:47 PM
>>>> registration papers done have race history on it. Theyre just the registration. Decribes the horse- tattoo, markings/color, sex, atlered sex or not, age, birth date/place, owners, etc.

I have three Jockey-Club -registered TB mares, and all three have every one of their race wins at a recognized track recorded on their registration papers. They are handwritten in the section on the bottom of the papers which says "OFFICIAL RECORD of races won in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico", where there are columns and lines printed for the specific purpose of recording each win-- along with the date, $ amount won, type of race, distance, name of track, and the signature of the Racing Secretary or an authorized agent from that track.

To find out other placings and earnings other than from wins you have to check Equibase, and for unrocognized starts (like at a fair or etc.) you would need info from the owner/that track/race, but TB wins from official starts at recognized tracks are indeed recorded on their registration certificates.
    01-20-2010, 04:02 PM
Oh see our STBs don't have that. But as you said that's races that were official, that would leave out fair races and non wagering races.
    01-22-2010, 10:23 AM
Yes it is true. Lol It is not a really large percentage. Interesting that STBs don't have that.

Any news on your guy???
    01-22-2010, 10:15 PM
Lol....not much news. I have "officially" bought him now I am waiting on his bath until his new blanket arrives so he still looks like a Here is a new pic of his face. I am going to go ahead and move him to the track on the 1st to start getting him in shape!
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    01-23-2010, 10:27 AM
Awww.... Piaffe
He looks so sweet. He actually looks like he likes the camera :)
Yay for you two!

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