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THA Schedules Webinar On HISA’s Anti-Doping And Medication Control Program For Dec. 14

Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association is inviting all horsemen, assistant trainers, and veterinarians to participate in a Zoom webinar that will focus on the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority’s Anti-Doping and Medication Control Program, which is currently scheduled to take effect Jan. 1, 2023. Mary Scollay, Chief of Science for the Horseracing Integrity and Welfare Unit, will […]

Important HISA Deadlines Approaching For Equine Tests, Vaccines

The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority has reminded all horsemen that Jan. 1, 2023, is the deadline to have all required vaccines and tests recorded on the HISA portal for all covered horses. On this date, HISA will start enforcing the regulation. As required by HISA Rule 2134, a horse will be prevented from racing […]

Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association: HISA Lawsuits ‘A Distraction Lacking Substance’

The Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association published the following “Open Letter On HISA (Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority) on Aug. 30, 2022: HISA launched almost two months ago and on Tuesday there will be another hearing in Louisiana concerning its operating status. The THA, along with our colleagues at TOC, KTA and TOBA, have been engaged directly […]

‘Dear Lisa’: KTA, THA, TOBA, TOC Respond To Draft Anti-Doping And Medication Control Protocol And Related Proposed Regulations In Open Letter

Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority Attn: Lisa Lazarus Dear Lisa: On behalf of the Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Associations, Inc, Kentucky Thoroughbred Association, Thoroughbred Owners of California, and Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association collectively, we thank you for affording us the opportunity to review and provide initial comment on HISA’s proposed Anti-Doping and Medication Control Protocols, the […]

Mid-Atlantic Sees Significant Drop In Racing Fatalities Following Reforms

COVID-19 forced Thoroughbred racing into what was for most a two-month hiatus, but the stakeholders in the Mid Atlantic turned the down time into an opportunity to focus on its Strategic Plan to Reduce Equine Fatalities. Regulators, racetracks, horsemen’s and breeders’ groups representing all seven states in the region – Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New […]