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The Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (PTHA) works hard to protect and provide for the Parx Racing horsemen through the guarantee of live racing, horsemen’s rights, health care and pension for horsemen, benevolence programs, and more.

 

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Truly an outstanding year for our '22 Horsemen's Awards. Congrats to all the nominees & we look forward to celebrating with all of our Parx Racing horsemen at our 2/24/23 banquet!

Time to get up and cap @parxracing to close this week out with a bang 💥

Never thought I’d say this - but I wish there was a morning show that quickly hit on the races today that I could drink coffee and listen too…

Guess we gotta create that shiznit too. 😎

Exhausting! 🤣

Ok- wanted a post-race interview with Must Be Love after his efforts today, but he said he wasn’t available for comment! 😂 Can’t make this stuff up! Give it a listen! I’m actually proud of the effort but the distance doesn’t suit him) @PTHA17 @ThePewterStable @DanielleGibso15

Jockey Ruben Silvera comes closing fast winning Tuesday’s 8th race on Long Term Thinking for trainer Jamie Ness, owners Morris Kernan, Jr. & Jagger Inc #PTHA #ParxRacing @Ruben__Silvera

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The Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (PTHA) works hard to protect and provide for the Parx Racing horsemen through the guarantee of live racing, horsemen’s rights, health care and pension for horsemen, benevolence programs, and more. Parx Racing and the PTHA have been recognized throughout the industry as a starting point for stricter medication rules and other important legislative issues through the foresight of Executive Director Michael Ballezzi and the PTHA Board of Directors.

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