Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission to Serve as State Breed Registrar

The designation is effective immediately.

Edited press release

The Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission will now serve as the state's breed registrar.

The Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission will now oversee all aspects of the Wyoming-Bred Breeder Awards program, including the accrediation and payout of breeder funds.

On April 3, commission executive director Charles Moore received a communcation from the Wyoming All-Breeds Racing Association stating that the association was resigning as the state breed registrar. Eight days later, during a meeting conducted by teleconference, the Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission designated the commission staff to serve as the state's breed registrar.

During another meeting conducted by teleconference on April 27, the commission made a motion to adopt fees for the Wyoming-bred program and submit those fees through the emergency rule process.

The Wyoming racing season begins with a 16-day meet at Wyoming Downs in Evanston on June 24.

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