Mare Purchase Program Application to Receive Incentive (2022 Foaling Year)

This form is for in foal mares purchased at a recognized public auction outside of the Province of Ontario with progeny of 2022 to foal in Ontario.

Note: The application must be received within 30 days of purchase to participate in the program.

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Mare Information

Person Receiving Incentive

Mandatory Declarations

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Eligibility Criteria

In order to be eligible for the Mare Purchase Program, the following criteria must be met:

Please note that this application must be received within 30 days of purchase to participate in the program.

  • Purchasers of an in foal broodmare at the following 2021-2022 recognized public auctions – Wanamaker's online Sale, Fasig- Tipton November Breeding Stock Sale, Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale, OBS Winter Mixed Sale, Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Winter Mixed Sale and Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale. RNA’s will not be eligible, must be a bona fide sale. Mares purchased online through any of the above recognized sales, will be accepted.
  • In order to be eligible for the Mare Purchase Program a minimum purchase price of $15,000 USD on any in foal mare is required, and all additional criteria as set out in the Criteria Book must be met. Mares purchased for a price in excess of $100,000 USD does not qualify for this program.
  • There is a maximum distribution of $50,000 CDN for any one individual or partnership.
  • Eligible applicants will receive 50% of the purchase price up to a maximum of $15,000 CDN per Mare purchased.
  • There is a bonus of $2,500 for every mare that is bred back to a Registered Ontario Sire in the 2022 breeding season upon declaration of live foal with the Jockey Club.
  • For the purposes of this program, Canadian and US dollars are considered at par.
  • To be eligible to receive funds through this program the individual or partnership must be a resident(s) of Ontario. Proof of The residency will be required. In the event that a partnership includes a non-Ontario resident, proof of the percentage ownership of the Ontario resident will be required to establish the amount of incentive eligibility.
  • Program funds will be payable upon receipt of an invoice from one of the above-mentioned sales companies along with proof of payment. Payment will be issued when his/her application has been approved. This application declares to the Program Administrator that said purchaser is committed to the following: 1) the mare will meet the mare residency program criteria as outlined in the applicable criteria book and 2) copies of the Registration Papers of the mare must be submitted with the program application
  • If a mare aborts or otherwise loses her 2022 foal, the applicant will still qualify provided the remaining program criteria are fulfilled.
  • Ownership of the purchased mare cannot be transferred until the conditions/commitments made by the applicant are fulfilled.
  • The Program Administrator, at its sole discretion, may make changes to the Mare Purchase Program criteria of any nature and kind whatsoever, including terms, conditions, and distribution amounts. Program participants agree to be bound by such changes.
  • Failure to provide the necessary supporting documentation as requested by the Program Administrator and/or nonfulfillment of the contract will result in ineligibility to the program and the legal requirement to reimburse the administrator for any program funds received plus a 20% penalty.
  • The Program Administrator shall have the right to take any means necessary to facilitate the return of the funds including but not limited to a lien against any Breeders Awards earned up to the amount due.
  • The Program Administrator may, at any time, verify the information provided on the application – such information includes, but is not limited to, purchase price, ownership, etc. If this verification provides details that are not in keeping with the criteria of the program applicants will be required to return any amounts issued to them by the program.
  • The total funding available for this program is $500,000 CDN and will be paid out on a “first come, first served” basis.
  • The Program Administrator will conduct random checks and if deemed appropriate reserves the right to review any purchase to ensure that all purchases are bona fide transactions. Any illicit conduct with regards to the purchase of mares that are entered into the program will be dealt with by the appropriate legal action.
  • Any dispute shall be resolved by an arbitration panel selected by the Program Administrator. All decisions of the arbitration panel will be deemed final and binding.

Privacy & Consent

Note: Program funds will be payable upon receipt of an invoice and proof of payment from the sales company the mare was purchased from. Along with, proof of residency and a copy of the mare’s Jockey Club registration papers.