Gold Star Update

So here it is 2021 and we are experiencing the 2020 Olympics. Yet much has changed in the past year and much has stayed the same. For the NVSA, we are moving forward with the original vision too bring the industry to life in Nevada, including, racing, breeding, training, education, and more. As we traverse through 2021 and prepare to rid ourselves of COVID, the NVSA celebrates the progress we are making with knowledge of the work ahead of us. We look forward to the faces and names we meet and the lives we expect to change for the better.

So join us in the vision and the quest to bring the Standardbred industry to Nevada. Thus, strengthening the western standardbred industry and providing patrons, educators, race operations, trainers, drivers, owners, horses and many more opportunities to impact our part of the world in positive ways.

Are you with us? Would you like to be? If so, reach out to nvsa@nevadastandardbreds.com, check us out on twitter @Inc_Nevada, or call us at 702-449-2061 and join us.

Intro to the NVSA

In 2018, at the USTA Drivers/Trainers School in Goshen, NY, Tim Bohannon hatched the idea of growing the western standardbred industry.  In November of 2018 the Nevada Standardbred Association, Inc. (“NVSA”) was born.  Supported by a few dedicated individuals the vision is coming to life.

The Nevada Standardbred Association, Inc. ("NVSA"), a Nevada not-for-profit corporation, was created to promote our industry and sport in the Great State of Nevada. Founded in November 2018 by a few dedicated individuals who have lived the Standardbred Life, brought a vision of sharing this life with Nevada. The NVSA supports the industry by assisting racing operation startups, representation to the Racing Commission, breeding operations assistance, and providing a network for trainers, drivers and caretakers. The NVSA is also working closely with educators to increase Equine Management offerings in the Silver State.

Racing

The NVSA represents standardbred interests through assisting operators in racing readiness. This includes representation to the Nevada Gaming Commission as well as assistance with site selection and proposals.  Our goal is to help establish quality harness racing in Nevada. To learn more click on the Racing menu option.

Breeding

The NVSA represents interests of Breeders and Owners of Standardbred horses.  Our goal is to assist breeders in building strong and well managed breeding farms in Nevada.

Development

The NVSA represents interests of horsemen, owners, breeders and contributors to promote the Standardbred Industry in Nevada. Additionally we work to help development of a Sires Stakes program and equine education.

Next Steps...

To become a new member contact us at nvsa@nevadastandardbreds.com or call 702-449-2061.