ENROLING A BROODMARE AS AN ONTARIO RESIDENT MARE
Mare Owners (or Lessees) must enrol their mare(s) as an ONTARIO RESIDENT MARE for each foal year, for their foals to be recognized as ONTARIO BRED.
To enrol a mare, the mare must be in Ontario, and mare owners (or lessees) and their agents must:
- Hold a current AGCO license
- Complete and submit the 2023 Standardbred Mare Enrolment Form with all required payments
To be eligible as an ONTARIO RESIDENT MARE, a broodmare must be:
- Located within the boundaries of the Province of Ontario at the time of
- Must remain resident in the Province of Ontario for a minimum of 180 consecutive days surrounding foaling (in Ontario).
Documentation confirming arrival dates within Ontario may be required. This may include, but is not limited to, Veterinary Health Certificate for Export of Horses, horse transportation contracts, Health Inspection Certificates at port of entry and horse transportation invoices.
The fee to enrol a broodmare is $100 before the mare foals or $300 after she foals but before September 1st of the foaling year. Please Note: Third party proof of residency must be submitted if the mare is enroled after foaling.
The broodmare must be resident in Ontario at the time of enrolment. The day the Standardbred Mare Enrolment form is postmarked is considered to be “Day One” of the required 180-day residency requirement period.
The Program Administrator may request transportation documents and/or copies of records for the mare such as invoices for veterinarian services, farrier (blacksmith) services, or boarding services during the declared residency period, to verify the mare’s residency period.
How to Enrol a Broodmare
Enrolment of a broodmare as an ONTARIO RESIDENT MARE for the 2023 foal year requires completion of the 2023 Standardbred Mare Enrolment Form. The form and all required fees must be submitted to:
c/o Ontario Resident Mare Proogram
PO Box 160
Campbellville, ON L0P 1B0
Completed forms may be submitted by fax to 416 477-5499 “Attention: Ontario Resident Mare Program”, provided that arrangements have been made for the remittance of all required fee payments. Ontario Racing accepts no responsibility for the receipt of faxed application forms by the required deadline. It is recommended that you retain a fax transmission receipt to confirm the date/time of the fax transmission.