July 9th, 2014, Newmarket: Endeavouring to ensure that they continue to add value to membership The Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association (TBA) are delighted to be launching today a new TBA offering that will help members and their businesses save money.
As the racing world gathers in Newmarket for the July Festival the Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association (TBA) last night celebrated another remarkable year for breeders at the 2014 TBA Awards. Kindly sponsored by Cheveley Park Stud, guests were welcomed to a stallion parade, hosted by Mr and Mrs Thompson, before applauding this year’s award winners at the dinner and prestigious ceremony.
The ever popular programme of Regional Day, put on by the TBA, kicks off in April and runs throughout the year. These events are a great way of meeting like-minded people from your area and visiting places which you might not necessarily get the chance to under normal circumstances. The events for 2014 are as follows...
The TBA has a number of exciting and interesting events due to take place this summer...
LEADING Australian breeder John Singleton is putting his faith in Frankel again by sending two of his star broodmares, including triple Group 1 heroine Samantha Miss, to the unbeaten dual world champion when he covers his second book of mares to southern
BREEDERS can now send their mares from Britain or Ireland to Australia and New Zealand more cheaply and in less time following a change in import regulations relating to contagious equine metritis.
FLINTSHIRE, a general 12-1 chance for Saturday's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, has been found to have an elevated temperature and will not run at Ascot.
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