BRIS Launches Online American Produce Records

Subscribers will have access to more than a century of data for $275 annual fee.

Bloodstock Research Information Services has launched an online version of its 40-year-old American Produce Records. American Produce Records are available online as APR Online, updated daily at For a $275 annual fee, subscribers have unlimited access to more than a century of data, including more than three million foals and nearly a million dams with all information accessible on tablet, mobile, desktop, and laptop devices.

The service provides lifetime race records, public auction prices on all foals sold since 1986, lifetime best BRIS Speed Rating information, enhanced pedigree information on all 2- and 3-year-olds, and more, including European Produce Records dating back to 1960.

"Our company began publishing the American Produce Records in 1971, which revolutionized researching a pedigree of a Thoroughbred for owners and breeders," said vice president Happy Broadbent. "For more than 40 years, this product has been a valuable resource that has been the foundation for computerizing pedigree information for our industry. Making this available online and for tablet and mobile devices real time and up-to-date is an extension of that pioneering vision."
Bloodstock Research Information Services, also known as BRIS or, creates horse racing-related information and data as a part of Churchill Downs Interactive, a division of Churchill Downs Incorporated.