2013 Horse of the Year

Re: 2013 Horse of the Year

Postby pointgivenfan » Wed Oct 09, 2013 1:37 pm

Northport wrote:I'm sure this has been mentioned a lot, but how much is it to be nominated/supplemented for the BC?


Eligibility
Sired by Nominated Stallion and Nominated before July 15th.
Two Year Olds
$12,000
Three Year Olds & Up (Nothern Hemisphere-bred)
$50,000
Three Year Olds & Up (Southern Hemisphere-bred)
$25,000

Sired by Nominated Stallion and Nominated after July 15th.
Two Year Olds
$100,000
Three Year Olds & Up (Nothern Hemisphere-bred)
$100,000
Three Year Olds & Up (Southern Hemisphere-bred)
$100,000

Sired by NON Nominated Stallion and Nominated before July 15th.
Two Year Olds
$18,000
Three Year Olds & Up (Nothern Hemisphere-bred)
$100,000
Three Year Olds & Up (Southern Hemisphere-bred)
$50,000

Sired by NON Nominated Stallion and Nominated after July 15th.
Two Year Olds
$200,000
Three Year Olds & Up (Nothern Hemisphere-bred)
$200,000
Three Year Olds & Up (Southern Hemisphere-bred)
$200,000


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Re: 2013 Horse of the Year

Postby Man o Taz » Wed Oct 09, 2013 1:49 pm

pointgivenfan wrote:
Man o Taz wrote:She will not have to be supplemented since the Beldame is a "win and you're in".

Yes, she will:

The Breeders’ Cup pays entry fees for the connections of the Challenge winners if they are nominated to the Breeders’ Cup program by October 21st.


http://www.breederscup.com/races/breeders-cup-challenge


More information here:

https://members.breederscup.com/challen ... ation.aspx

A horse that has not been nominated to the Breeders’ Cup program will not be eligible to receive payment of starting fees (the total of pre-entry and entry fees) for the Championship race or the travel allowance to the Championships until nominated. The owner of a non-nominated horse may receive payment of starting fees (the total of pre-entry and entry fees) and travel allowance if the horse is nominated to the Breeders’ Cup program to the applicable Championship race prior to pre-entry for the Championship race.


Has October 21st passed yet?

The connections still have time to nominate for $90k her and have the entry fees paid.
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Re: 2013 Horse of the Year

Postby Life At Zen » Wed Oct 09, 2013 2:05 pm

Isn't it a $100k nomination fee?
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Re: 2013 Horse of the Year

Postby BlindLucky » Wed Oct 09, 2013 2:17 pm

Life At Zen wrote:Isn't it a $100k nomination fee?

Yeah, I guess they wanted to even the board and they stopped doing it as a percentage of the race's purse. It's a flat fee based on a few requirements, but $100k for most.
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