TRPB Digital Tattoos – 2022 Update – Remington Park

Oklahoma City, OK – August 24, 2022 – Notice: In effect since January 2020, A Thoroughbred making its first lifetime start requires a TRPB Digital Tattoo.

Sign up for Tattooing at the Remington Park Horse ID Office or Racing Office, and list the horse’s name, barn number, your name and cell phone number. You need to sign up any horse that is ready for their gate card and is planning to make their first lifetime start at the Remington Park Meet.

All foals of 2017 thru 2020 have microchip numbers on The Jockey Club foal registration papers which the TRPB Technician will validate prior to conforming the markings & documenting through digital photos. Some older horse may also have a microchip listed on their papers.

TRPB Technician will scan the microchip to access the digital copy of the foal certificate, validate the information, verify the markings, color & gender, and takes 10-14 photos of the horse to digitally document all equine attributes.

Bandages, police, blankets must be off the horse and horse must be named by the time TRPB Technician is present to digitally tattoo each horse. For foals of 2017 and older, the Registration Papers must accompany the horse. Foals of the 2018 on have electronic certificates.

The fee is $90.00 for the Digital Tattoo and MUST be paid for prior to the TRPB Tattoo Technician doing the work. You can pay with a credit card, Apple Pay, Google Pay, check or cash.

The TRPB Technicians at Remington Park are Sara & Jerry Banks (918) 814-9219, back-up Technician is Vic Hanson (605) 222-9698. The Bank’s are @ Remington Park every Tuesday. It is very important, if you need a horse Digitally Tattooed you MUST sign up.

Any questions about digital tattoos can be directed to TRPB Horse ID at (410) 398-2261 ext. 600 or email here.

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Edward J. DeBartolo (at that time, the owner of Balmoral, Thistledown and Louisiana Downs) built Remington Park in Oklahoma City as a $100 million showcase for Thoroughbred racing. The inaugural race meet during the fall of 1988 was an opportunity for Oklahoma Thoroughbred horsemen to race in their home state and for horsemen from throughout the region to enjoy Oklahoma’s hospitality.

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