ITOBA
Indiana Thoroughbred Owner Breeder

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NEWS ARCHIVES
Welcome Mike Smith, New IHRC Executive Director
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IHRC Announces Program Improvements Effective for the 2016 Season
Indiana’s Thoroughbred Industry- Now is the Time to Invest
With the 2016 breeding season underway and the race meet quickly approaching, now is the time to get involved in Indiana’s Thoroughbred horse racing industry, specifically Indiana’s Thoroughbred Breed Development Program. During 2015, over $15.6 million was distributed to owners, breeders and stallion owners participating in the program. Due to legislative action taken last year, the program will offer even more for 2016. - Read More
INDIANA DERBY
Indiana Grand Racing & Casino to Host Second Annual Zombie Derby on October 14
Indiana-Breds Look to Take Center Stage at Breeders Cup for First Time
Indiana Featured in TDN
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"Herb Likens, the president of the Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (ITOBA), credits three things for the boost in breeding interest: 1) A change in leadership in the Indiana Horse Racing Commission that “regained trust among our breeders that the program is going to stay stable”; 2) A “great working relationship” with Indiana Grand Race Course operator Centaur Gaming, and 3) Publicity efforts by the ITOBA to get the word out that the state’s Thoroughbred incentives are on the upswing."
Indiana Featured in TDN
Read Complete Story here

"Herb Likens, the president of the Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (ITOBA), credits three things for the boost in breeding interest: 1) A change in leadership in the Indiana Horse Racing Commission that “regained trust among our breeders that the program is going to stay stable”; 2) A “great working relationship” with Indiana Grand Race Course operator Centaur Gaming, and 3) Publicity efforts by the ITOBA to get the word out that the state’s Thoroughbred incentives are on the upswing."