New York Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association


NYS Gaming CommissionA rule that went into effect Dec. 26, 2012, requires that a record of every corticosteroid joint injection be recorded by the trainer or attending vet within 48 hours of the treatment on the Equine Steroid Administration Log on the New York State Gaming Commission website. The reports can be submitted online. To register, click here. You will need your birth date, the last four digits of your social security number and a valid email address. Only those with valid NYS Gaming Commission licenses can register.

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The New York Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association is committed to representing the interests of owners and trainers at the New York Racing Association tracks. NYTHA recognizes that its constituents are the lifeblood of the racing industry in New York and focuses its efforts on doing what is best for New York horsemen.


NYTHA is launching a program to ensure that the safety equipment worn by exercise riders meet current safety standards. The safety equipment program is a core recommendation from Marsh Risk Consulting‚??s Operational Risk Assessment, sponsored by NYTHA and NYJICF. To offset the cost of replacing equipment that is defective or not up to code, NYTHA will provide a $125 voucher toward the purchase of each helmet and vest. Click here for more information.

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