Share By Tom LaMarra Posted: Oct. 19, 2020 The American Association of Equine Practitioners Board of Directors has voted to support the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act of 2020 based on the need for uniformity and the qualifications of individuals selected to serve
150 Layoff Report_4254Download Entries for horses* that have not raced for 150 days or more will NOT be accepted unless the trainer has completed and submitted a Layoff Report Form to the Equine Medical Director or Chief Veterinarian. Forms must be
https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/244193/aaep-board-votes-to-support-horseracing-integrity-act AAEP will advocate for additional veterinary representation on HISA board.
Update: Sept. 29, 2020 The United States House of Representatives Sept. 29 passed the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act of 2020 by a voice vote. The legislation now heads to the Senate, where a timetable for action is not currently known. The
A survey study of all 2-year-olds that race in Maryland this year to determine the extent of exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage is set to begin Friday, Aug. 7, at Laurel Park. The Maryland Equine Safety, Health and Welfare Advisory Committee, which falls
Posted: July 28, 2020 The Pennsylvania Horse Racing Commission July 28 approved several policies and best practices endorsed by Mid-Atlantic regulators, horsemen and racetracks, including a six-strike riding crop rule that will take effect Aug. 1 in Delaware and Maryland. The PHRC,
By: Tom LaMarra Parx 150 Day Lay off report The Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association website now offers a portal for online submission of the Layoff Report in six states in the Mid-Atlantic region. As part of the Mid-Atlantic Strategic Plan to Reduce Racehorse Fatalities,
Horse racing — like any sport — can only thrive when its spectators believe that the action and results unfolding before them are pure and free of corruption. That hasn’t always been the case for Pennsylvania, but if a series