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OFF-SEASON EQUIBASE TIMED WORKOUTS – DOUBLE M TRAINING CENTER in west Hot Springs has been approved to perform official off-season Equibase timed workouts. An authorized clocker will be available every Monday and Tuesday (weather permitting) beginning Monday, August 6, 2018 from 7 a.m. – 10 a.m.

A copy of The Jockey Club Certificate and negative Coggins for the horse to be clocked must be presented before the horse is clocked. No horse will be clocked without these two copies. A fee of twenty dollars ($20) will be collected for each official timed workout.

For more information contact Richard Jackson at (501) 655-1417 or Tim Martin at (501) 276-2440.

The Board of Directors of the Arkansas Thoroughbred Breeders’ & Horsemen’s Association together with Oaklawn Jockey Club is excited to announce Oaklawn’s 2019 Arkansas-bred Stakes Schedule will feature The Arkansas Breeders’ Championship race, a 1 1/6 mile race, on the final day of Oaklawn’s 2019 live meet and will have a $200,000 purse.

The Board of Directors of Arkansas Thoroughbred Breeders’ & Horsemen’s Association will vote on the continuance of the incentive purse supplement for the 2019 live meet at their next meeting.

That program, in the past several years, paid to the owners of registered Arkansas-breds that finish first, second or third in an open company race, excluding stakes or handicaps, the following incentive purse supplement:

  • $4,000 for a 1st place finish
  • $2,000 for a 2nd place finish
  • $1,000 for a 3rd place finish
Newsletter for April – June 2018 - Here are some of the highlights from this issue… 2018 ARKANSAS-BRED RESTRICTED STAKES Local racing fans watched five $100,000 restricted Arkansas-bred stakes races during Oaklawn’s 2018 live meet; four being 6 furlongs and the fifth at a distance. Starting the series, Ministry, after an eight month layoff, won The Downthedustyroad Breeders’ S. The son of […]
Newsletter for Jan – Mar 2018 - Here are some of the highlights from this issue… ARKANSAS RACING LOST AN ICON The Arkansas thoroughbred horse racing industry lost an icon in the industry on December 6th with the passing of Charles J Cella. The Cella family founded the Oaklawn Jockey Club in 1904. Mr. Cella took over as president of Oaklawn Jockey […]

What is the ATBHA?

Arkansas Thoroughbred Breeders’ & Horsemen’s Association (ATBHA) was founded in April 1961. ATBHA is the official breed registry for all Registered Arkansas-bred Thoroughbreds. The registrations of the Registered Arkansas-bred Thoroughbreds are made by the association’s members to the ATBHA office. The purpose of these registrations is to qualify Registered Arkansas-bred Thoroughbreds for eligibility to run in restricted Arkansas-bred races and to qualify the owners and breeders of Registered Arkansas-bred Thoroughbreds for participation in the Owner, Breeder and/or Stallion Owner Awards program.
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