Keyword: sales integrity

  • Sales Integrity Task Force Gets Award

    The Sales Integrity Task Force will receive the 2008 Industry Service Award from the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association during the TOBA National Awards Dinner Sept. 6 at the Lexington Center in Lexington.

  • Evan I. Hammonds<BR>Managing Editor

    Commentary: Surfers and Sellers

    <i>By Evan I. Hammonds</i> - One thing we should already know about next year's round of yearling sales is that there will be changes to the conditions of sale. The Sales Integrity Task Force has until the end of the year to come up with recommendations to the Kentucky legislature to address several issues involving the sale of horses in the Bluegrass State.

  • Commentary: A Modest Proposal

    <i>Rob Whiteley</i> - The Proposal. Every member of the Thoroughbred family will contribute to industry well-being by immediately investing his or her own money.

  • Sales Integrity Task Force Grows to 36 Members

    Thirty-six representatives of the Kentucky horse industry have agreed to join the Sales Intergrity Task Force, which will meet again sometime in May. The complete list of members was released April 30 by the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association.

  • Ray Paulick&lt;br&gt;Editor-in-Chief

    Strange Bedfellows

    <em>By Ray Paulick</em> - The median household income for a family living in the United States was $46,326 in 2005 -- about $1,000 less than what a bloodstock agent would make in the purchase of a $950,000 horse if the agent was working for a client who agreed to pay a 5% commission, considered a standard fee by many in the Thoroughbred industry.

  • Mandatory Disclosure of Vet Practices Postponed

    The Monitoring Committee for the Sales Integrity Program has postponed implementation of the mandatory disclosure of acceptable veterinary practices, the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association announced Aug. 5.