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Tuesday, January 19, 2021Contact: Kristin Werner (859) 224-2720
T.I.P. Announces Shows, Award Offerings, and Youth Ambassadors for 2021

The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.) today announced that it has approved more than 7,000 awards and classes at more than 1,500 shows in 42 states, Puerto Rico, and six Canadian provinces in 2021.

Awards are available for multiple disciplines, including eventing, dressage, Western and English pleasure, hunter/jumper, endurance, Western performance, games, and polocrosse. Awards are again available at some events for Thoroughbreds within their first two years of showing or for Thoroughbreds within two years of their last start.

A full calendar of shows offering awards is available at

“This year marks the 10th year in which T.I.P. is offering awards, and we are proud of the success of this initiative in promoting the versatility of the Thoroughbred,” said Kristin Werner, senior counsel for The Jockey Club and administrator of T.I.P. “Through 2020, there have been more than 6,500 shows that have offered T.I.P. awards, more than 30,000 T.I.P. numbers that have been assigned, and more than 60,000 award entries submitted for horses. We look forward to adding to these totals in 2021 and continuing to demonstrate to the equestrian community the talents of Thoroughbreds in a range of disciplines.”

In addition, T.I.P. will be offering year-end or championship awards in association with the American Endurance Ride Conference; Equine Trail Sports; United States Eventing Association; United States Pony Club; and United States Dressage Federation. Furthermore, T.I.P. will offer awards at selected polo tournaments in conjunction with the United States Polo Association.

T.I.P. also announced its youth ambassadors for the 2021 T.I.P. Youth Ambassador Program. The 16 ambassadors, including four returning ambassadors from 2020, come from 12 states and cover multiple disciplines. The following are the 2021 T.I.P. youth ambassadors:
  • Grace Baierl – Pennsylvania
  • Kaylynn Berry – Kentucky
  • Emily Cantler –  Maryland
  • Gabriellia Chevalier – Connecticut
  • Lottie Crawford – Virginia (returning)
  • Megan Farnsworth – Washington (returning)
  • Julia House –  Maine (returning)
  • Victoria Navarrete – Virginia
  • Alexis Novak – Washington
  • Jenna Presley – Indiana
  • Grace Regan – South Carolina
  • Victoria Reinholdt – Florida
  • Olive Scaff – New Jersey
  • Emma Scheier – New Jersey (returning)
  • Remington Sharp – Virginia
  • Sabrina Wood – Texas

Additional information about the Youth Ambassador Program is available at

Created and announced in October 2011, T.I.P. recognizes and rewards the versatility of the Thoroughbred through sponsorship of Thoroughbred classes and high point awards at sanctioned horse shows, performance awards, and non-competition awards. In addition to the complete schedule of T.I.P.-sponsored shows, other information about the program is available on the T.I.P. website, Those interested in T.I.P. can follow the program at

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