The Jockey Club: Breeders Should Register Weanlings As Soon As Possible
Updated: Thursday, September 12, 2002 2:30 PM
Posted: Friday, September 6, 2002 8:24 AM
The Jockey Club reminds consignors of weanlings to the upcoming fall
sales to complete each weanling's registration application and DNA kit as soon as possible to avoid delays in payments from the sales companies due to incomplete paperwork or missing parentage verification requirements.
"Prompt attention by consignors to completion of the registration
and DNA typing of their weanlings will help eliminate potential delays that could impact the sale of their weanlings," said Matt Iuliano, The Jockey Club's vice president of registration services.
Iuliano stressed that DNA samples should be mailed to the laboratory
printed on the return envelope and not to The Jockey Club.
Registration applications can be completed and submitted via the
Internet using Jockey Club InteractiveTM, available at no charge through the Interactive Registry icon on The Jockey Club home page, located at
Otherwise completed applications should be mailed to The Jockey
Club, 821 Corporate Drive, Lexington, KY 40503-2794.
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