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.
J and M Racing Stables’ Uncle Southern, a 4-year-old filly by former New York sire Uncle Camie, won the $100,000 Union Avenue for New York-bred filly and mare sprinters in the slop on Thursday at Saratoga while making her stakes debut for trainer Linda Rice.
Transforming the dream into a reality, Peter Deutsch’s New York-bred juvenile Saratoga Dreamer (Elusive Quality) overcame an outside post to score an authoritative victory in a 5 1/2-furlong turf sprint for the Christophe Clement barn on Wednesday at the Spa.
by Dave Mattice FARMINGTON, N.Y. – Geaux Mets was a convincing winner of the $50,000 Ontario County Stakes at Finger Lakes Gaming and Racetrack (F.L.G.R.) on Saturday. He took the 30th renewal of the dash for New York-bred 3-year-olds by twelve and one-half lengths. The David Jacobson-trainee recorded a running time that was the second […]