I don't know about ceremonies but yes you can rename your horse through the jockey club as long as they have never raced...
The Jockey Club rule regarding changing a Thoroughbred's name is covered in Section V, Paragraph 6.D. of their rules of registration, as follows:
"D. A foal's name may be changed at any time prior to starting in its first race. Ordinarily, no name change will be permitted after a horse has started in its first race or has been used for breeding purposes. However, in the event a name must be changed after a horse has started in its first race, both the old and new names should be used until the horse has raced three times following the name change. The prescribed fee (see Fee Schedule) and the Certificate of Foal Registration must accompany any request to the Registry Office for a change of name."
Well this is it, A.P. Indy's last crop is 2 years old with a headliner like Honor Code, he may become the u
Anxious to see more from him hope he doesn't get the 2 year old jinx and be a 3 year old flop
Standing at JEH Stallion Station, half brother to Tiznow, $1000
What about midnight lute or Malibu moon, I know people say to outbreeding away from a mr prospector cross but those are both promising sires.
I think it was the fast turn around that got him all of his other races where about 4 weeks apart
Watch this one, connections are the same one's that gave us I'll Have Another.
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