Headlines for Wednesday, August 29, 2001

  • Kentucky Offers Itself as Drug-Testing Model

    The Kentucky Racing Commission believes it is at the forefront of equine drug testing, and it plans to take the lead in implementing recommendations of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association Racing Integrity and Drug Testing Task Force report released Aug. 19 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

  • Kentucky Industry Again Makes Its Pitch

    More than 30 legislators listened Wednesday afternoon as Kentucky racing officials explained the challenges faced by the industry, including mare reproductive loss syndrome and competition from gaming operations in neighboring states. No solutions or suggestions were offered during the hearing at Papa John's Stadium in Louisville, but they might be just around the corner.

  • Tourtelot, Granzella Appointed to California Committee

    Robert Tourtelot, chairman of the California Horse Racing Board, appointed himself and Commissioner Sheryl Granzella to an ad hoc committee on Wednesday to assist in implementing the labor provisions of a new law.

  • Sabona to Illinois

    Grade I winner Sabona has been moved to Illinois Stud near Woodstock, Ill., where he will stand for $1,500.