The American Mule Racing Association (AMRA) was formed to
promote the racing of mules at recognized distances in the sport
of racing. The Association is guided by six directors who are
elected by the membership of the AMRA at their annual meeting.
NEW FOR 2016
No late entry penalty for the AMRA three year old futurity
held in Fresno!!
New awards category for your Mules!! SPEED INDEX 86 -
AMRA WORKERS' COMPENSATION ASSISTANCE FOR NEW AND
AMRA will pay to member/owner at
the end of the racing year an amount per start that will be
determined by the Board of Diretors. Funding will be from the
General Fund and will be in the approximate amount of $20,000!!
This financial incentive is designed to encourage new owners and
retain current owners and to help in the reduction of costs
incurred as a result of the ever-increasing Workers'
RETIRED MULES, see what life is like after racing,
2015 Year End Results,
2016 AMRA Convention:
Read the minutes from the 2016 AMRA Annual Meeting,
NEW WORLD RACING CHAMPION
By Don Jacklin: President,
American Mule Racing Association
Senorita, the 2013 3-Year Old World Champion moved rapidly
forward in 2015, becoming the New Open World Champion Racing
The challenge required superior performances throughout
the race year against former World Champions BJF Red Ticket and
BJF Hot Ticket, with a culminating and convincing win in the
Fresno AMRA Gold Cup.
Owned by Gayle Stegmann and Dave
Wood, ridden by Jockey Joe Crispin and trained by Ruby Thomas,
Senorita exploded out of the Fresno gate on October 17,
increasing her lead in the 440 yard race, and winning by 4
lengths. Fresno racing crowds are the largest on the California
Fair Racing circuit with attendance soaring from 5,000 to
All 3 World Champions will again be competing
against each other in 2016, along with the new 2015 3 Year Old
World Champion, “Shu Fly”.
For further information
contact the American Racing Mule Association.
Photos of the 2013 AMRA Awards Banquet held in Reno, NV,
Local Hospice Officials say Thanks for Mule Betting Opportunity
Annual event presented great fundraising opportunity for the
Black Ruby: 2012 Equus Hall of Fame Winner
Photo by: Marcie Lewis
Black Ruby, a nineteen year-old retired racing mule mare, is
this year's Equine Hall of Fame inductee. Credited as the
"winning-est racing mule of all time", she now spends her time
mentoring yearlings and two year-olds at her home in Healdsburg,
here to read more)
From the California Horse Racing Board 2008-09 Annual Report
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For photos from the 2009 Winnemucca Mule Days Race Meet, please
Bar JF Hot Ticket