In ancient times chariot races were known to be exciting and powerful events that captured spectator attention. In modern times we have our own form of chariot races known as harness racing. The Standardbred Industry is the force behind our marvel. Veterans of our sport know the challenges, excitement, and benefits of racing, driving, training, owning, breeding, and caring for standardbreds.
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. Additionally, we network with higher education to promote equine education.
We are working diligently to build a foundation that meets needs builds the industry in Nevada. Veterans and Amateurs alike, come join us in the journey to grow the Standardbred industry in Nevada and experience the benefits. For as we say ‘Together We Can”.
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.
The Nevada Standardbred Association 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.
The Nevada Standardbred Association 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.
To become a new member contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 702-449-2061.