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How does a breeder qualify for awards?  
Awards are paid to registered New Jersey-breds finishing first through third in any race run within New Jersey. 35%* of the purse earnings will be paid if the foal is sired by a registered New Jersey stallion and the foal is conceived in New Jersey.  25%* of purse earnings will be paid if the foal is sired by a stallion that stands in a state other than New Jersey.

How does a stallion owner qualify for awards?
The owner of the stallion must register said stallion each year with the TBANJ. Stallion owners will receive an award equal to 10%* of the amount that the foals of the registered stallion earn while finishing first through third in races run within New Jersey.

How does an owner qualify for awards?
Owners of registered New Jersey-bred horses will receive a 40% bonus for finishing first through third in any open company race run at Monmouth Park or the Meadowlands.  This bonus will be deposited into the owners account at each respective racetrack.  The 40% bonus has a maximum award of $15,000.

In addition,  a 10%* award will distributed by the TBANJ to the owner’s of registered New Jersey-bred horses who finish first through third in open company race run within the State. 

*The maximum award for each finish will be determined annually.

Out-of-State Awards
In any calendar year in which there is a surplus of money after the in-state awards program has been distributed, the surplus may be used to provide awards to the breeders of registered New Jersey-bred horses who earn portions of purses in races at an out-of-state racetrack held at least 30 days before the start of the first thoroughbred meet of the calendar year of more than 10 days duration at a racetrack in New Jersey or at least 30 days following the conclusion of the last thoroughbred meet of the calendar year at a racetrack of more than 10 days duration in New Jersey.  Awards will not be distributed to New Jersey-bred horses running in out-of-state contests while live thoroughbred racing is being conducted in New Jersey.

35%* of the purse earnings will be paid if the foal is sired by a registered New Jersey stallion and the foal is conceived in New Jersey.  25%* of purse earnings will be paid if the foal is sired by a stallion that stands in a state other than New Jersey.



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