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Survey for Texas Horsemen

Texas horsemen asked to fill out Texas HORSE survey.

Stallionesearch
January 24, 2013

Texas HORSE

The link below is to an on-line survey Texas HORSE is requesting that all Texas racing breeders, owners and trainers take. It is racing specific. Texas HORSE will be doing another on-line survey to all Texas horse owners, breeders and trainers in a couple of weeks to collect a different set of statistics and volunteers.

To participate in the survey CLICK HERE.

The purpose of this survey is help Texas HORSE prepare for the 2013 Texas Legislative Session and the passage of legislation to improve the opportunities and economics of the Texas Horse Industry. Texas HORSE supports proposed legislation that would permit video lottery terminals (VLTs) at Texas racetracks.

This legislation will not only provide sufficient purse monies to make the Texas horse racing industry competitive with surrounding states that have expanded gaming at racetracks, but will provide substantial revenues for the Texas Performance Horse Development Fund (PHDF) which will provide funds to support horse shows, youth horse activities, rodeos, recreation opportunities, trail rides and other events for the Texas horse enthusiasts.

Texas HORSE has been recognized as the collective voice of, and an effective advocate for the Texas Horse Industry in matters pertaining to economic advancement. Texas HORSE provides leadership and resources for the benefit of the Texas horse industry with the goal of improving its economic viability through opportunities for Texas-based horse organizations to work together to achieve this goal. Texas HORSE is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit corporations comprised of the following Texas horse associations: AQHA, APHA, NCHA, TTA, TQHA, Texas Horsemen’s Partnership, Texas Arabian Breeders Association and the Texas Paint Horse Breeders Association.

The survey will be active for 30 days, and all Texas horsemen and women are urged to participate. Persons with questions, may contact Dan Fick at 817-845-2917 or dfick711@windstream.net.