How do I find my Thoroughbred racing history?

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How do I find my Thoroughbred racing history?

If your horse raced, you can find the owner/trainer at the time of the horse’s last race using the Horse Search feature at equibase.com and looking at the most recent chart or by ordering race records at equineline.com. You can view sample reports before you order, and sign up is free.

How do I find my racehorse history?

Once you have your horse’s racing name, you can obtain his race record and/or pedigree. For more information on obtaining tattoo research visit their website or call them on the phone. They are most helpful and cordial! Go to: www.tjcis.com or call: 800-333-1778.

Who is the greatest Thoroughbred of all time?

The Top 10 Most Famous Racehorses Of All Time

  • Secretariat. The greatest racehorse of all time.
  • Man o’ War. Man o’ War’s weight-carrying performances are the stuff of horse racing legend. [
  • Seattle Slew.
  • Winx.
  • Kelso.
  • Makybe Diva.
  • Zenyatta.
  • Hurricane Fly.

How do I find an ex race horse?

3 Routes to find an ex-racehorse

  1. Horse retraining centres and charities. Retraining centres and charities are a great place to look, especially if you’re new to thoroughbreds or aren’t ready to buy a horse fresh off the track.
  2. Ex racehorse auctions.
  3. Racing yards.
  4. To wrap up.

What is an Off Track Thoroughbred?

“OTTB” stands for off-track Thoroughbred. An off-track Thoroughbred is a horse that was bred and trained to be a racehorse and is now not an active racehorse. Many OTTBs are registered with The Jockey Club. The Jockey Club is the breed registry for Thoroughbred horses in North America.

How do you find a horse’s bloodline?

A veterinarian or animal shelter often can assist with this. With the microchip information, you might be able to find the horse’s previous owner or breeder. Furthermore, in some cases, DNA testing can help identify the horse’s sire and dam. This can be key information in recovering the horse’s pedigree.

How do you trace a horse bloodline?

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