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Is Racing & Breeding In N Y For Profit A Thing Of The Past? (11 Comments)
New York Breeding and Racing's future is bleak. It's been spiraling downward long before the financial crisis began. Who is to blame, and can it be saved?
Thursday March 25, 2010 8:03:32 AM EDT

Should States set a criteria to qualify stallions and mares to participate in their breeding program ( Comments)
With the recent success of VLT's in generating much needed revenue, it is apparent that these same State's are improving their respective breeders awards programs to build interest in thoroughbred racing and breeding. Will this in turn ruin racing?
Friday December 4, 2009 8:26:32 PM EDT

Which State Currently Has The Best Awards Programs For Breeders and Stallion Owners? (1 Comments)
In a recent poll that has been ongoing on our website, it is apparent that voters have chosen both Louisiana and Pennsylvania as the top "State friendly" places to breed their horses. What do you think?
Friday December 4, 2009 8:07:36 PM EDT

Should States set a criteria to qualify stallions and mares to participate in their breeding program (6 Comments)
With the recent success of VLT's in generating much needed revenue, it is apparent that these same State's are improving their respective breeders awards programs to build interest in thoroughbred racing and breeding. Will this in turn ruin racing?
Saturday September 12, 2009 5:45:25 PM EDT

Do the proposed changes to the NY Bred awards spell doom to this once mighty program? (12 Comments)
We have been recently advised of a NYTB newsletter outlining "Important concept from committee of the New York Breeding & Development Fund"and a subsequent letter outlining clarifications. Is this the end of the road for this program?
Friday April 17, 2009 5:20:08 PM EDT

Thoroughbred Neglect And What To Do With Retired Horses! (3 Comments)
In light of many of the most recent horrific stories making headlines relative to horse neglect and horse abandonment during hard financial times, we wonder what can be done to remedy this developing problem.
Thursday April 16, 2009 5:26:47 PM EDT

It's Raining Stallions(and Mares)! (9 Comments)
Do you think that too many racehorse owners are retiring their horses to the breeding shed without having neither the pedigree nor the race record to warrant such a long term investment?
Wednesday March 4, 2009 8:01:30 AM EDT

Is The N Y State Thoroughbred Breeders Program Really The Best State Bred Program? (16 Comments)
Many believe that the New York Thoroughbred Breeders & Racing Association is the best State bred programs in the country. What do you think and why? What can be done to make it better?
Tuesday March 3, 2009 9:16:47 AM EDT

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