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Sunday, September 21, 2014
Sent to post at odds of 52-1, Burning It broke his maiden with a neck victory in Sunday’s $89,441 George Maloof Futurity (R) for New Mexico-bred 2-year-old colts and geldings at The Downs at Albuquerque.
Thursday, April 03, 2014
In this issue: Complete coverage of New Mexico-bred stakes races at Sunland Park, SunRay Park, and Ruidoso Downs; personality profile on SunRay Park mutuels' manager and simulcast coordinator Steve Fedunak; a look at the movie "50-to-1," the story of the New Mexico-based Mine That Bird's victory in the 2009 Kentucky Derby (G1); NMHBA trustee profile on Pierre Amestoy Jr.; farm profile on Sky Stone Ranch in Bloomfield; and much more.
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NMHB Magazine April 2011 Issue

  Inside this issue:
  • 2010 Zia Award champions
  • Recap of New Mexico-bred stakes at Sunland Park 
  • Profile on Famous Lane Farm in Tularosa
  • NMHBA Trustee Spotlight: Kay Thurman 

  And much more!

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ANNUAL IMPACT OF THE BREEDING & RACING INDUSTRY IN NEW MEXICO

  • $400 Million into New Mexico's Economy
  • $63 Million in gaming taxes to New Mexico
  • 10,000 jobs in New Mexico
  • 12,000 horses associated with the industry
Horseracing is the largest spectator sport in New Mexico attracting more than 2 million out-of-state visitors while preserving farm land and valuable green space
Horse Farms are a critical element in maintenance of the states agricultural heritage

New Mexico Racing is Nationally Ranked

  • #7 - In number of Thoroughbred Stallions and Mares bred
  • #5 - In number of American Quarter Horse starters and owners of starters
  • #4 - In breeders of American Quarter Horse starters

New Mexico Horse Breeders Association

Promoting the breeding of racing American Quarter Horses & Thoroughbreds in New Mexico since 1961

The New Mexico Horse Breeders' Association promotes the breeding and racing of American Quarter Horses and Thoroughbreds in the state. Established in 1961, this non-profit corporation has served as the backbone to an agricultural industry that is a long-standing tradition in New Mexico.

The NMHBA also serves as the official registry for New Mexico-bred horses. It also administers a legislative-mandated incentive fund, which encourages the expansion of the industry and improves the quality of performing athletes. More than ever, horses bred in New Mexico are competitive on a national level and are internationally recognized for their accomplishments.

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IMPORTANT REMINDERS

  • After receiving input from its Medication Committee, the New Mexico Racing Commission has announced that it will resume testing of Aminocaproic Acid. If the presence of this drug is detected in a sample provided by a racehorse, the trainer may be charged with a penalty assessed with a Class 4 drug.
  • Broodmares need to be registered by September 1 of the year they are bred for their foals to be registered without penalty. Once a broodmare is entered into the registry, she is registered for life. The mare must remain in the state of New Mexico for her entire pregnancy and foaling. All rules also apply to recipient mares. Current membership is required when registering any horses.
  • Stallions must be registered with the NMHBA before covering any mares in order for the resulting foals to be registered New Mexico-bred without any penalty.The penalty for each foal conceived prior to the registration of the stallion is $1,000. Current membership is required in order to register any horses. To register your stallion, contact the NMHBA office at (505) 262-0224.
  • If you have a New Mexico-bred that has been renamed or has been given a reissued set of registration papers, you need to get them restamped by the NMHBA office.
  • All horses age on January 1, 2013. Register your foals no later than December 31 in order to save money -- the older the foal, the higher the registration fee. Be sure your envelope is postmarked no later than December 31, 2012.
  • We will start accepting 2013 memberships on November 1, 2012. 
  • All stallions must be EVA tested and vaccinated before the breeding season. Stallions who have been vaccinated need to have a booster shot every year before the next breeding season. Forms will be mailed out for the veterinarians to fill out and sign.

 


In The News

Sunday, September 21, 2014
Sent to post at odds of 52-1, Burning It broke his maiden with a neck victory in Sunday’s $89,441 George Maloof Futurity (R) for New Mexico-bred 2-year-old colts and geldings at The Downs at Albuquerque.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Second-fastest qualifier Montauk, a sorrel daughter of the First Down Dash stallion Dashair, extended her win streak to three with a convincing 3 1/2-length victory in Saturday’s $118,142 New Mexico State Fair Senorita Futurity (RG3) at The Downs at Albuquerque.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Fastest qualifier Downwiththequickness, a homebred gelding by Be Real Quick racing for Terry G. Smith, is the 5-2 morning-line favorite in the 400-yard, $76,223 New Mexico State Fair Breeders’ Derby (RG3), one of three state-bred stakes scheduled for Sunday at The Downs at Albuquerque.
Friday, September 19, 2014
New Mexico-breds will be on display at The Downs at Albuquerque on Saturday, as the track presents three state-bred stakes, two for 2-year-old Quarter Horses and one for 3-year-old Thoroughbreds.




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