Breeders’ Cup Presents The News Minute: Focusing On Integrity And Safety by Paulick Report Staff|11.02.2022|3:27pm Officials with Keeneland, Breeders' Cup, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority and Horseracing Integrity and Welfare Unit on Wednesday went through many of the policies in place to protect the safety of the horses and the integrity of this year's Breeders' Cup world championships at Keeneland race course on Nov. 4-5. All horses were required to be on the grounds on Tuesday, Nov. 1, with pre-race test samples taken of each entrant. Many of the horses, in North America and throughout the world, have previously been tested out of competition prior to arriving in Kentucky. In today's Breeders' Cup News Minute, Ray Paulick outlines a number of the safety and integrity measures, including HISA's six-strike limit riding crop rule that will be in place for the first time at the world championships. Watch today's Breeders' Cup News Minute below.