Keyword: KHBPA

  • Salix (furosemide)

    Status of KY Lasix-Free Regulation Uncertain

    The Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee of the Kentucky legislature has voted 6-2 to find a proposed regulation permitting racetracks the option of carding furosemide-free races "deficient."

  • Lisa Underwood

    2012 Kentucky Racing Dates Approved

    With only a slight modification from the original proposal approved previously by a committee, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Oct. 24 unanimously OK'd 2012 racing dates for the state's racetracks.

  • Horsemen to Help Defray Instant Racing Costs

    When Kentucky Downs becomes the first Kentucky track to implement Instant Racing, it will do so with the takeout from the electronic games allocated to purses during the first year being used to help defray startup costs.

  • Kentucky Jockeys Seek Higher Mount Fees

    Jockeys riding in Kentucky are seeking an increase in losing mount fees â€" those paid for finishing fourth or worse in a race â€" and have been unable to reach an agreement with horsemen, according to representatives of the Jockeys' Guild who attended the monthly Kentucky Horse Racing Commission meeting Jan. 6.

  • Churchill Downs

    Churchill Makes Deep Cut in Fall Stakes

    Blaming a decline in purse money earned earned from wagering sources during its 2008 spring meet, Churchill Downs Racetrack has slashed its stakes program for the upcoming fall meet by $975,000 through purse reductions in 11 stakes races and the elimination of two others.

  • Ellis Park

    Ellis Park Announces 5% Purse Increase

    Ellis Park, which nearly closed a month ago due to stalled negotiations with horsemen over a new advance deposit wagering contract, announced it will increase purses by 5% beginning Aug. 13 through the close of the current meet Sept. 1.

  • Kentucky HBPA Offers Horsemen Free Amber Alert Sign-Up

    The Kentucky Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association will conduct an "Amber Alert" free sign-up for the children of horsemen and stable employees at the KHBPA office in Louisville on Monday, July 28.