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Register and Enroll your Foals into the Incentive Fund and Feed them Free for a Year
AQHA Press Release
Amarillo, Texas, July 15, 2004 – Thanks to American Quarter Horse Association Corporate Partner Nutrena®, three lucky mare owners will win FREE feed for one year. Just register and nominate your 2004 foal to the AQHA Incentive Fund by September 30, and you’ll automatically be entered into the drawing.
Don’t miss out on the $3 million up for grabs in the Incentive Fund program! The November 30, 2004 deadline is fast approaching. The multimillion-dollar program, established in 1985, pays back stallion nominators, foal nominators and owners of competing Incentive Fund horses. Currently, there are 3,252 stallions enrolled in the program for the 2004 breeding season.
Incentive Fund nomination fees for stallions are based on the number of mares listed on the stallion’s previous year’s breeding report. After your stallion is enrolled in the program, foals by the stallion in the succeeding year are eligible for a lifetime nomination for a one-time fee.
If you missed the November 30 deadline prior to the breeding season, you can still enroll your stallion by paying a late fee in addition to the normal enrollment fee consisting of a penalty of one time that fee.
Points earned by nominated horses in AQHA-approved open and amateur competition essentially turn into a dollar amount determined at the end of the year. Owners whose horses earn points are awarded a check from AQHA. Money is divided with 10 percent to the stallion nominator, 10 percent to the foal nominator and 80 percent to the nominated horse’s owner. All checks are awarded according to AQHA’s records as of December 31 of the show season.
First Breeding Season – $300
After the First Breeding Season
1 mare – $100
2 mares – $200
3 mares – $300
4 mares – $400
5-10 mares – $500
11-15 mares – $600
16-20 mares – $700
21-25 mares – $800
26-30 mares – $900
31-35 mares – $1,000
36-40 mares – $1,100
41-50 mares – $1,250
51-60 mares – $1,500
61-80 mares – $2,000
81-100 mares – $2,500
101 or more mares – $3,000
November 30 also is the deadline to submit your stallion breeding report. All online reports are due by midnight CST, and mailed forms must be postmarked by November 30.