How does a breeder qualify for awards? Awards are paid to registered New Jersey-breds finishing first through fourth 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 fourth in races run within New Jersey.
How does an owner qualify for awards? A 10%* award will be distributed by the TBANJ to the owners of registered New Jersey-bred horses who finish first through fourth in an open company race run within the State. In addition, an owner will receive a 40% bonus for any New Jersey-bred horse that finishes first through third in any open company race run within New Jersey. The 40% bonus has a maximum award of $15,000 per race and is paid by the horsemen's bookkeeper
* The maximum award for each finish will be determined annually. In 2023, the maximum first-place award is $10,000 and the maximum award for second, third, and fourth-place finishes is $5,000.