HISA Appoints Farrier Patrick Reilly To Racetrack Safety Standing Committee – Horse Racing News

by Press Release|12.05.2022|6:58pm Patrick Reilly The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority’s (HISA) Board of Directors has appointed Patrick Reilly to serve as a new member of its Racetrack Safety Standing Committee, effective Dec. 1, 2022. The appointment, following a recommendation from the HISA Nominating Committee led by Chair Dr. NancyContinue Reading

California Regulators To Continue Honoring Agreement With HISA Until Jan. 10 – Horse Racing News

by Press Release|11.23.202211.23.2022|9:29pm9:36pm The California Horse Racing Board conducted a meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, at Cal Expo in Sacramento. Chairman Gregory Ferraro chaired the meeting, joined by vice chair Oscar Gonzales and commissioners Damascus Castellanos and Brenda Washington Davis. The audio of this entire Board meeting is availableContinue Reading

In First Series Of Hearings, HISA Board Denies Most Crop Rule Violation Appeals – Horse Racing News

by Press Release|11.10.2022|12:31pm The HISA Board of Directors convened a series of hearings on October 24, 2022 via Zoom to consider the appeals of several individuals seeking appeal of violations cited against them by HISA stewards. The results of those hearings are summarized below. In the future, this information willContinue Reading

HISA Submits Prohibited Substances List To Federal Trade Commission – Horse Racing News

The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority (HISA) has submitted to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) a technical document listing and categorizing 1,365 Prohibited Substances covered by HISA’s anti-doping and medication control (ADMC) rules and further dividing them into subcategories of Banned Substances and Controlled Medications. The document is now subjectContinue Reading

InCompass Launches EquiTAPS To Satisfy HISA Requirements For Equine Treatment, Procedure Records – Horse Racing News

by Press Release|09.08.2022|11:11am InCompass Solutions announced Thursday the launch of EquiTAPS, a free service that enables users to submit veterinary treatment and procedure records to racing authorities for horses in their care and to give authorized parties in other jurisdictions access to those records. EquiTAPS satisfies reporting requirements as setContinue Reading

Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association: HISA Lawsuits ‘A Distraction Lacking Substance’ – Horse Racing News

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 andContinue Reading

FTBOA Making Voluntary HISA Contributions, Seeks Alternative Funding Options – Horse Racing News

by Press Release|08.09.2022|6:37pm Lonny Powell, CEO of the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ Association On Friday, Aug. 5, the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ Association (FTBOA) advised the Florida Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (FTHA) that the FTBOA will immediately begin making voluntary monthly contributions to help the FTHA offset a portionContinue Reading

Court Of Appeals Gives HISA Partial Stay Of Louisiana Injunction – Horse Racing News

by Ray Paulick|08.08.202208.08.2022|6:27pm6:32pm John Minor Wisdom U.S. Court of Appeals Building in New Orleans, La. The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority and Federal Trade Commission were granted partial stays on Monday by the United States Court of Appeals that will allow the Authority to continue to enforce almost all ofContinue Reading

Jockeys’ Guild Tries To Ban HISA Enforcement Nationwide, Seeks Contempt Charge For CEO Lazarus – Horse Racing News

by Paulick Report Staff|08.02.202208.02.2022|7:43pm7:54pm Terry Meyocks, president and CEO of the Jockeys’ Guild The Jockeys’ Guild has delivered on its promise to take “immediate action” against the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority if the newly created national regulatory agency continued to enforce riding crop rules following a federal judge’s orderContinue Reading