Texas Bred Registry

2021 Texas Bred Registry

2020 Texas Bred Registry


Texas Bred Greyhound Registry Rules

An owner/lessee of the dam at the time of whelping must be a member in good standing of both the Texas Greyhound Association and the National Greyhound Association.

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The owner/lessee must have been a resident of the state of Texas for a period of three (3) consecutive years immediately preceding the date the litter was whelped. The litter must have been whelped in the state of Texas and must remain domiciled in Texas until six (6) months of age. If a dam is owned in partnership, all partners must meet the above requirements.

The full responsibility for properly qualifying a Texas Bred greyhound shall fall upon the owner/lessee of the dam at the time of whelping.

The owner/lessee will file an affidavit with the Texas Greyhound Association affirming that all litter applications submitted by the owner/lessee meet the registry requirements. The owner/lessee further agrees that should any of the owner/lessee’s Texas Bred greyhounds be removed from the state of Texas prior to six (6) months of age, it shall be the owner/lessee’s responsibility to notify the TGA within ten (10) days. The TGA will then remove such greyhounds from the registry.

To qualify a litter as Texas Bred, the original “Litter Registration Acknowledgement” receipt received from the NGA must be sent to the TGA, along with a check or money order made out to the TGA for appropriate litter fee. If the litter qualifies for the Texas Bred Greyhound Registry, the TGA will stamp the “Litter Registration Acknowledgement” as Texas Bred and return it to the sender. The TGA will notify the NGA of all certified Texas Bred litters. When qualified Texas Bred greyhound is individually registered, the NGA will stamp the Certification of Registration as Texas Bred.

Anyone falsifying an application or otherwise violating these rules will be subject to discipline by the TGA Board of Directors, including permanent suspension from the TGA.

Texas Bred Greyhound Races

A. Any official pari-mutuel race at a licensed Texas Greyhound racetrack that contains one or more Texas Bred greyhounds.

A. Any Texas Bred greyhound that wins an official pari-mutuel race is eligible to receive Texas Bred Owner Awards. This shall include all eliminations and finals in stake race competition.

B. A “dead heat” for win shall be considered a full win for each greyhound.

C. Monies received by the Texas Greyhound Association from the state of Texas and allocated for the Accredited Texas Bred Races Fund are derived from one half of the breakage from both live and simulcast pari-mutuel wagering pools, and from an amount equal to one percent of multiple two and multiple three simulcast wagering pools. The amount of the award will be determined each month by dividing the Accredited Texas Bred Races Fund (less administrative costs) by the number of pari-mutuel races won by qualified Texas Bred greyhounds on all Texas greyhound tracks.

D. The TGA will disburse a check to the person in whose name the winning greyhound is registered within one week following Texas Racing Commission acknowledgement of drug test results.

E. Any Texas Bred winner shall immediately be disqualified upon a finding by the racing judges that a test specimen contains a prohibited drug, chemical or other substance.

F. If a greyhound is disqualified due to a positive laboratory test, the award monies will be withheld until such time as all appeals have been remedied.

G. A residual pool will cover any errors that may have occurred regarding payment to a bona fide winner, and the awards may be distributed on a pro-rata basis limited to the total of the pool.

H. Any owner may file a claim for payment of an award within ninety (90) days following the date of disbursement of monies for the month in which the disputed race was run.

Texas Bred Greyhound Stake Races


Any official pari-mutuel race at a licensed Texas Greyhound Racetrack in which all participants are Texas Bred Greyhounds.

A. All Texas Bred greyhounds are eligible to participate as provided in the rules of entry for each stake race.
B. All stake race details will be designed by the Texas Greyhound Association in coordination with the appropriate racetrack and with approval by the Texas Racing Commission.
C. Stake races will be conducted at each of the Texas Greyhound tracks.
D. The Texas Greyhound Association will issue the added stake monies to the appropriate racetrack within one week prior to the finals of each Texas Bred Greyhound Stake Race.
These monies shall be placed in an escrow account until payment is made.

Litter Acknowledgment, Registration Fees and Fines

Litter acknowledgment slip (blue slip) must be sent to the TGA office, accompanied with a check for $10 – per litter, within 30 days of date on slip from NGA to avoid penalties. If not received by the TGA within 30 days, the following penalties will be incurred and a check for the correct amount should accompany the slip along with the initial $10 registration fee.
If received 31 – 60 days after NGA $ 10.00
If received 61 – 90 days after NGA $ 50.00
*After 91 days or more $ 100.00
*TGA Executive Policy #EP—5 –93 Texas Bred Registry Late Fines; Litters are not eligible for Texas Bred Registry after they reach one (1) year of age.