The purpose of the Virginia Thoroughbred Association (VTA) is to promote the Thoroughbred horse in the Commonwealth and to serve as an advocate for its contributions to the state's agribusiness economy, as well as to the racing and breeding industry.
  • New Virginia-Bred Race Day Proposed at Laurel

    Pending approval by the Virginia and Maryland Racing Commissions , the VHBPA and the Maryland Jockey Club are planning three days of Virginia-Bred/Sired racing at Laurel Park in 2017. The intended series has races for colts and fillies going long as well as colts and fillies that sprint. Commonwealth Day, …Read More »
  • VTA Yearling Futurity Scheduled for August 30th at the Warrenton Horse Show

    Get your Virginia-bred or Virginia-Sired yearlings ready for a chance to win big at the 16th annual $15,000 Virginia Breeder’s Fund Yearling Futurity to be held Wednesday, August 30, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. at the Warrenton Horse Show Grounds. Even if you don’t have a yearling to show, come out and …Read More »
  • The Virginia Gold Cup in The Turf Club

    Enjoy a great day of racing and fun at the Turf Club. By purchasing tickets to our Spring Turf Club event you will help support the retired horses at Montpelier TRF. Your ticket includes: catered lunch, open bar, bourbon tasting and a prize drawing. Come have fun while supporting the …Read More »
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Virginia Breeders Fund

The Virginia Breeders Fund
is a financial incentive program
to encourage
Thoroughbred Breeding
in the Commonwealth.