How do I know if my foal is eligible for Triple Crown program?
Your foal must be sired by a stallion that is enrolled in the Triple Crown Stallion Incentive. All progeny can be grandfathered in the first year of the stallion’s enrollment. The list of stallions can be found on our website. Year of Enrollment of stallion is listed under Stallions. However, if sire of foal was previosly enrolled at time of conception foal is eligible for nomination.
How do I nominate my foal to the TC100 program?
You can print off a Foal Nomination form, complete it and send it with a copy of the registration papers.
You can complete the form online and print it out and send it with a copy of the registration papers.
What if I don't have my foal’s registration papers yet?
Mark the pending box on the enrollment form and fill out the sire and the dam’s names along with the foaling date. Make sure you forward a copy of the registration papers by mail or email when you receive them.
How much does it cost to nominate a foal to the TC100 program?
The fee to nominate a foal depends on the age of the foal.
The fees are listed on the foal enrollment form. If you have questions, please Email Us.
I bought a horse that is enrolled in the TC100 program. When I transferred the horse into my name, I received the papers back without a sticker. How do I change ownership with TC100 and get a new sticker?
Complete Change of Ownership form and send a copy of the registration papers to Triple Crown 100 by mail, email, or fax 478-453-8448 and we will update our records. You can print a logo from our website to place on your papers.
I changed my horse’s name with the breed association. How do I get this updated in TC100?
Send a copy of the new registration papers with copy of previous papers to Triple Crown 100 by mail. We will update our records.
I nominated my foal to TC100 but I don’t see it on the website. Why?
If we did not receive a copy of the registration papers with the nomination form, we reference the foal as TC100 Pending. You can search the TC100 Pending horses. Send us a copy of the papers and we will update our records.
The owner of a horse I am interested in purchasing said it is enrolled in TC100. How do I know for sure?
You can go to our website and search under Foals.
If you don’t find it, try Stallion name. Do not type in any other information.
If you still can’t find it or are unsure, please send us an email.
I want to get my stallion into the TC100 eligible Stallion program?
Enrollments are accepted any time. It is best to enroll the Stallion the year before to get maximum exposure. The stallion enrollment forms and requirements can be found under the Forms section of our website.
What do I do to enter a TC100 race?
Make sure that you mark on the show producer's entry form that you are entering Triple Crown 100. Use your horse's registered name. No barn names. Provide the producer with a copy of your registration papers showing the current owner and a TC100 entry form The form can be downloaded from our web site. The rider is responsible to provide form to show office if not provided by the show producer.
I think I placed at the TC100 race I ran in. How can I find out for sure?
We will post the Triple Crown results on our website when we receive them from the producer. They will be listed under the Shows tab. We wait for two weeks after posting before sending checks in case there are errors. Please let us know if you think there is an error.
I am the owner of a horse that won TC100 bonus money at a race last week. When can I expect to get my check?
We wait for two weeks after posting before sending checks in case there are errors. Please let us know if you think there is an error.
It’s been 4 weeks since the TC100 race and I have not received my TC100 bonus money check yet. Why not?
We must have a correct address and a W-9 on file before sending out any payout checks.
Make sure that the office has your current mailing address and a W-9 on file.