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Friday, November 19, 2010 Renews Sponsorship with National HBPA

The National HBPA is proud to announce that has renewed its corporate sponsorship with the largest racing horsemen’s association in North America. consists of four services – equineline reports, Trainer Program, Farm Program and Portfolio Service – and is a component of The Jockey Club Information Systems Inc. (TJCIS) of Lexington, Kentucky.

According the National HBPA President & Chairman Joe Santanna, “ has been a great resource for horsemen for a long time, and the National HBPA is very proud of our continuing partnership with TJCIS. As the global nature of the racing industry continues to grow, continues to deliver important new information to horsemen from all around the globe.’s products help our members make important decisions for their equine businesses.” reports offer pedigrees, race records, and a wide assortment of breeding, racing and sales information for individual Thoroughbreds and American Quarter Horses, including free 5-cross pedigrees for Thoroughbreds, free auction results search for Thoroughbreds, and a free Racing Recap for both Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse races. Many of the Thoroughbred reports include video replay capabilities. Many HBPA offices make reports available as a service to their members.

The Trainer Program helps trainers, their assistants and bookkeepers streamline and, in many cases, automate the business-related details of training horses. The Farm Program enables farms to organize all of the billing, health care, breeding and foaling records upon which successful operation of their
business depends. The Portfolio Service allows owners and breeders to track and maintain real-time updated information on their horses. also features a Pedigree Analysis Program that enables customers to research and analyze the effects of specific crosses and inbreeding patterns through queries of the TJCIS global database. In addition, an Owner Program that will store and help owners manage their horse records, including procedures, revenue and expenses, is expected to be launched on the site in the near future.

In July, TJCIS launched with free 5-cross pedigrees. The mobile platform is expected to become a larger part of how customers access Thoroughbred information in the years ahead.

TJCIS has an ever-expanding database of global information available within reports and services, which includes detailed racing and breeding information from North America, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates and Uruguay. TJCIS has also leveraged its global database in partnership with Racing Information Services Australia to launch a 5-cross international pedigree service for industry professionals in Australia.

The National HBPA encourages its members to support our corporate partners such as TJCIS that support your organization and the programs and services it provides to horsemen across North America.

Visit today to see the many available services and reports that could help you improve your equine business and its productivity.

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