HASTINGS WAIVER CLAIMING RACES

WAIVER CLAIMING RACES

In House Rules

 

  1. All Claiming races from now until the end of the current Hastings Racing Season will offer Waiver Claiming. 
  2. To Waiver Claim means to run protected without a claiming price.  
  3. In order to be eligible to Waiver Claim a horse must have in their last start run in a claiming race or for a claiming price that is equal to or lower than the Claiming Race the horse is being entered in. 

Examples 

  1. In an 8,000 claiming race a horse that ran in an 8,000, 6,250, or 4,000 in their last start is eligible to Waiver Claim.  
  2. In that same 8,000 claiming event a horse that ran in a 12,500 claiming race in their last start is not eligible to Waiver Claim. 
  3. In a 6,250 claiming race, a horse that ran in an 8,000 claiming race but bought down weight and raced for a 6,000 tag is eligible to Waiver Claim.  
  4. Going forward to the next race, after the Waiver Claim start, a horse is again permitted to Waiver Claim at the same level or above.  

Examples 

  1. A horse runs for 6,250 and Waiver Claims. That horse can run in the next 6,250 claiming race or for a higher level and continue to Waiver Claim.  
  2. Horses that Waiver Claim and win are eligible to Waiver Claim in their next race at the same level or above.  
  3. Waiver Claiming does not affect or change the conditions for a race in any way. 

Examples 

  1. The winner of a Maiden 4,000 claiming race who Waiver Claims is no longer a Maiden and obviously cannot run in a subsequent Maiden event, but that horse can Waiver Claim in any other 4,000 claiming event, for example, 4,000 NW 2 lifetime.  
  2. To Waiver Claim is entirely optional. Otherwise, Waiver Claim eligible horses can still elect to run for the claiming price.  
  3. In order to buy down weight the horse must run for the applicable claiming price and cannot Waiver Claim. 

Example 

  1. In a 4,000 claiming race a horse that is otherwise eligible to Waiver Claim can elect instead to take off 3 lbs and run for the claiming price at 3,500 or take off 6 pounds and run for the claiming price of 3,000. 
  2. Horses that were claimed in their previous start cannot Waiver Claim and must run for the claiming price. After establishing eligibility by racing for a claiming price, that horse may Waiver Claim.  

Important Notice 

All horses who waiver claim in their last start at Hasting are eligible to Waiver Claim in their first start at Hastings in 2019 at the same level or above the level at which they made their last start provided the horse has not started in the 90 days immediately preceding the first 2019 start.

HASTINGS WAIVER CLAMING RULES

  1. All Claiming races from now until the end of the current Hastings Racing Season will offer Waiver Claiming. 
  2. To Waiver Claim means to run protected without a claiming price.  
  3. To be eligible for Waiver Claiming a horse must have in their last start run for a claiming price that is equal to or lower than the Claiming Race that the horse is being entered in. 

Examples 

  1. In an 8,000 claiming race a horse that ran in an 8,000, 6,250, or 4,000 in their last start is eligible to Waiver Claim.  
  2. In that same 8,000 claiming event a horse that ran in a 12,500 claiming race in their last start is not eligible to Waiver Claim. 
  3. In a 6,250 claiming race, a horse that ran in an 8,000 claiming race but bought down weight and raced for a 6,000 tag is eligible to Waiver Claim.  
  4. Going forward to the next race, after the Waiver Claim start, a horse is again permitted to Waiver Claim at the same level or above.  

Examples 

  1. A horse runs for 6,250 and Waiver Claims. That horse can run in the next 6,250 claiming race or for a higher level and continue to Waiver Claim.  
  2. Horses that Waiver Claim and win are eligible to Waiver Claim in their next race at the same level or above.  
  3. Waiver Claiming does not affect or change the conditions for a race in any way. 

Examples 

  1. The winner of a Maiden 4,000 claiming race who Waiver Claims is no longer a Maiden and obviously cannot run in a subsequent Maiden event, but that horse can Waiver Claim in any other 4,000 claiming event, for example, 4,000 NW 2 lifetime.  
  2. To Waiver Claim is entirely optional. Otherwise, Waiver Claim eligible horses can still elect to run for the claiming price.  
  3. In order to buy down weight the horse must run for the applicable claiming price and cannot Waiver Claim. 

Example 

  1. In a 4,000 claiming race a horse that is otherwise eligible to Waiver Claim can elect instead to take off 3 lbs and run for the claiming price at 3,500 or take off 6 pounds and run for the claiming price of 3,000. 
  2. Horses that were claimed in their previous start cannot Waiver Claim and must run for the claiming price. After establishing eligibility by racing for a claiming price, that horse may Waiver Claim.  

Important Notice 

All horses who waiver claim in their last start at Hasting are eligible to Waiver Claim in their first start at Hastings in 2019 at the same level or above the level at which they made their last start provided the horse has not started in the 90 days immediately preceding the first 2019 start.

CTHS YEARLING AND MIXED SALE – HORSMEN ASSOCIATIONS OFFER INCENTIVE TO BUYERS

THERE ARE A FEW OUTS, HERE ARE THE HIP # 13, 21, 31, 61, 64, 71, 81

HORSEMENíS ASSOCIATIONS INCENTIVE FOR PURCHASES AT THE CTHS SALE BRITISH COLUMBIA BRED YEARLING PURCHASE
INCENTIVE PROGRAM FOR 2018

Program Rules-2018 

  • Each purchaser of a BC bred yearling at the CTHS (BC Div.) 2018 Yearling & Mixed Sale will immediately receive a credit of up to $2,500 towards the purchase price,excluding applicable taxes.
  • The program will provide a credit for 50% of the purchase price of a BC bred up to a maximum benefit of $2,500. The program will provide a minimum $1,000 credit for any BC bred selling in the 2018 CTHS (BC Div.) Sale for $2,000 or less. As further examples: a horse selling for $2,500 will generate a credit of $1,250; a horse selling for $3,500 will get $1,750; a horse selling for $5,000 or more will receive the maximum $2,500.
  • In order to receive this credit, the buyer must commit to leaving the registration papers in the Hastings Race Office for the entirety of the 2019 Hastings Racing Season.
  • The registration papers will be released for the sole purpose of the horse running in a stake race in another jurisdiction, but for no other reason.
  • Immediately following the stake race the registration papers must be returned to the Hastings Race Office.
  • Repayment of all funds received under this incentive program will release the papers to the owner at any time prior to the end of the 2019 Hastings Racing Season.
  • Buy backs are not eligible for this incentive.
  • To qualify the yearling must be a registered BC bred who is sold to a third-party purchaser either at the time of the CTHS BC sale through the sales ring, or by noon on the day following the sale. All BC bred yearlings sold after the sale, but before noon the following day will be eligible for the credit of up to $2,500 as long as the sale goes through and is confirmed by the CTHS Sales Office and appears on the official sales results sheet for publication.

Racing Industry in British Columbia

To:                   Racing Industry in British Columbia

From:               TBC Board of Directors

Date:               September 04, 2018

Subject:           Promotion of Matthew Ruhlman to Acting General Manager

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The Board of Directors of Teletheatre BC want to congratulate Matthew Ruhlman, who has been promoted to the role of acting General Manager of TBC. Matthew has a long working history with TBC as Operations Manager and we know he will undertake this new role with the same commitment and work ethic he has shown in the past.

We would also like to thank Bill McNeill, who is leaving us for an exciting challenge with GPEB, for his many years of service and dedication to TBC.

The Board will begin a search for a permanent replacement after a review of the needs and structure of TBC.

Again, on behalf of the Board of Directors congratulations to both Matthew and Bill.