The New York State Thoroughbred Breeding and Development Fund, established in 1973, has helped shape the New York State thoroughbred industry, making it the benchmark of thoroughbred programs around the world.
The Fund's mission statement is "To promote by monetary incentives the responsible breeding of quality thoroughbred racehorses in keeping with the founding legislation to preserve New York's irreplaceable farmland."
The Fund is the regulatory body of the New York Breeding and Racing Program. The Program distributes over $52,000,000 per year in the form of incentives, breeder awards, stallion awards, owner awards, and purse money for New York-bred horses.
By David Mattice FARMINGTON, N.Y. – Fox Rules was named 2014 Finger Lakes (FLGR) “Horse of the Year” at the annual FLGR Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association awards dinner on Saturday. The 5-year-old New York-bred owned by Langpap Stables won all three of his FLGR starts this year. Fox Rules achieved all of his 2014 […]
Readthebyline, a 5-year-old gelding by Read the Footnotes reclaimed by trainer Michelle Nevin and owner Vincent Scuderi for $40,000 out of his most recent start, instantly rewarded his connections by scoring his first career stakes victory gate-to-wire in the seven-furlong, $125,000 Thunder Rumble division of the New York Stallion Stakes series. The race was co-featured at Aqueduct on Saturday along with the NYSS Staten Island division for fillies and mares.
Aliyu Ben J Stables’ homebred Lubash (Freud) became New York’s latest millionaire as well as a multiple graded stakes winner on Saturday afternoon when he captured the Grade 3, $100,000 Tropical Turf Handicap at Gulfstream Park West under a confident Brice Blanc in the final start of his 7-year-old campaign