Highlander Training Center is proud to announce the launch of the HTC “Graduate Incentive Fund Program” hosted at Lone Star Park. The program is designed to help the HTC customer’s racehorse earn a faster return on investment. The program pays the graduate an additional 10% of the total purse money going to the highest finishing graduate 4th through 1st place. If the purse is $24,000, an extra $2,400 is offered to the graduate qualifying for HTC program money.
The “Graduate Incentive Fund Program” is offered in eight straight 3-old-races and four 2-year-old races at Lone Star Park this race meet. The first weekend of racing is on April 20-21. HTC worked very hard to offer turf and dirt surfaces along with different distances for all types of horses. The races are positioned to be around three weeks out from stakes races. This gives the graduate a nice prep race for the stakes races at Lone Star Park throughout the 2019 meet.
Highlander Training Center is very involved and passionate about the straight 3-year-old races. HTC believes in lengthening and protecting the longevity of the racehorse. By offering straight 3-year-old races, HTC feels its goals of achieving a long racing career in our graduates is a step in the right direction. A longer productive racehorse earns a higher return on investment. HTC welcomes and encourages horsemen to spread the word about the HTC Graduate Incentive Fund Program and straight 3-year-old races at Lone Star Park. It’s a new era, so HTC wants to grow racing in Texas at Lone Star Park.
For further information on the program, contact Scooter Dodwell at 903-450-7153 or Nancy Wilde at 315-447-6368
Located east of Dallas in Sulphur Springs, Texas, Highlander Training Center is in excellent geographic proximity to eight major racetracks. Under the leadership of president and head trainer Scooter Dodwell, Highlander Training Center provides breaking, training, rehab, and layups for Thoroughbreds of all ages. The team has decades of experience in the industry and specializes in the breaking and training of yearlings and 2-year-old racehorses. HTC is focused on the long-term best interests of the individual horse with a mission to break and train horses using industry leading techniques to bring them to their full potential on the track.
Featuring new state of the art facilities, Highlander Training Center offers full services for trainees and layups. For more information, call 903-485-8440 or visit www.highlandertrainingcenter.com.
(from Highlander Training Center news release)