We Want Your Horses! 2017 

We will pay a $100.00 bonus to any horse coming to the race that starts.

Payable at the end of the race meet.

TRACK CLOSES AT 10:00 AM EACH DAY (Except Friday, August 18th closed at 8:00am) 

To: horse owners and trainers

Upon the recommendations of the Nevada Department of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian, Dr. JJ. Goicoechea and the Nevada Gaming Control Board’s State Veterinarian, Dr. Richard Scott, all horses entered to particdipate at approved pari-mutuel race tracks in Nevada must first provide a negative Piroplasmosis test. Piroplasmosis is caused by Theleria equi and has emerged in the racing industry in recent years.

A negative cELISA test, within the last 12 months, for Theleria equi will be reqired for all race horses.

No horse will be allowed to enter unless a current health certificate, negative test for Equine Infectious Anemia, and a negative test for Thelerial equi are on file with the racing secretary.

The health certificate is valid for 30 days when it is made by a licensed veterinarian in the state where the examination was completed. Equine Infectious Anemia and Piroplasmos tests are valid for twelve (12) months from the date of sample collection.

For more information, please contact the Nevada Department of Agriculture’s Elko Field office at (775) 738-8076


You must be able to fully license your owners by having the following­ information prior to the first race of the day: Owners name, social­ security number, date of birth and complete address. All owners must be licensed prior to the first race of the day in which they run.

Livestock identification and animal health requirements upon entering­ Nevada: You are required to have a brand inspection, health certificates and current Coggins certificate. Nevada recognizes EIA as current if done within the past 6 months.

All horses must be tattooed. We DO NOT guarantee a tatooer will be on the premises.

No check will be issued without the owner’s social security number or tax identification number on file at the racing office.

Sawdust and wood shavings are the only bedding for stalls!