Oregon Thoroughbred Owners & Breeders Association

Promoting the owning, breeding and racing of Oregon Thoroughbreds

2022 HI POINT CHALLENGE WINNERS

1ST PLACE

COLT/GELDING

 SKEESIX

 

Owned by: Cindy Mendive

Trained by: Bill Hof 

                                                                                            Photo by Vince Williams

2nd Place  JHawk Flyer       Larry Stewart

3rd (tie)      Luke's Place      Barbara Davis

3rd (tie)      Mr. Memphis      Sue Gilmour

5th Place    Neatapar           Stevie Dyal


1ST PLACE

FILLY/MARE

 MISSY PARKER

 

Owned by: Eli Pollard & Lynsey Gates

Trained by: Dustie Crystal 

                                                                                                Photo by Vince Williams

2nd Place   Going All In         Sue Gilmour

3rd Place   Brite Lily              Clifton Dennis

4th Place   At U Lover            Roberta Lewis

5th Place   Vision of the Kat  James Craig &

                                               Kodye Craig


OTOBA  
RESCUE OREGON THOROUGHBRED BREEDING PLAN

$1,000 will be paid to the breeder of an Oregon-bred Thoroughbred foal born in 2021, 2022, and 2023. 
$250 will be paid to the owner of stallions standing in Oregon who sired an Oregon-bred Thoroughbred foal born in 2021 and 2022!
$250 will be paid to the owner of broodmares of Oregon-bred Thoroughbred foals born in 2021 and 2022!
$500 will be paid to the owner of an Oregon-bred Thoroughbred that has a start in a Thoroughbred race at an Oregon summer fair meets in 2022. Payment will be made within 30 days of the first officially recorded start. This is a one-time payment for the first start, not each start. Bonus will be paid to the owner of the horse at it's first start in Oregon in 2022. Subsequent owners will not be eligilbe for the bonus if the horse has already had a start in Oregon.
An additional starting bonus will be paid for the Grants Pass/SOHRA summer meet in 2022. Please see the information above regarding the sponsorship from the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians and the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde.
Foals must be registered with the Jockey Club and a copy of the certificate must be sent to the OTOBA for processing. Broodmare and Stallion incentives will be paid once the Oregon-bred foal is registered with the Jockey Club and the certificate has been sent to the OTOBA.
Proof of ownership of stallions and broodmares must be provided to the OTOBA. 
Stallions must be standing in Oregon.
Starts must be officially recorded on Equibase.
A 5% non-member fee will be withheld from payments. Visit the Membership tab to join or renew today!
Rules of the above programs are subject to change and available funding. Updated 6/14/2022..

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INFORMATION ON RACE HORSE RETIREMENT
AND SECOND CAREERS
Thoroughbred Charities of America: www.tca.org
Canter USA: www.canterusa.org/washington
Retired Racehorse Project: www.retiredracehorseproject.org
Thoroughbred Adoption: www.thoroughbredadoption.com
America's Best Racing: www.americasbestracing.net
Equine Now: www.equinenow.com