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KHRC Exec's Horses Can Race Out Of State

March 20, 2012:

John Ward, the incoming executive director of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, and his wife, Donna Ward, have been cleared by the Executive Branch Ethics Commission to have their trainees compete in pari-mutuel races outside of the state of Kentucky...read on

$2-Million In Breeders Funds For KYSS

February 20, 2012:

On Monday, February 20, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission announced that the Kentucky Breeders' Incentive Funds are distributing more than $12.8 million in awards...read on

After Firing, Veitch Suspension Upheld

February 17, 2012:

It has been reported that on February 15, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission upheld its decision to suspend its recently-fired chief state steward John Veitch....read on

KY Instant Racing Handle Soars Again

December 15, 2011:

If anyone wondered if the 'instant racing' experience in the state of Kentucky would be successful, all they have to do is check the positive numbers...read on

Layton Agrees With KHRC On Veitch Decision

December 15, 2011:

The 31-page report of Robert Layton, chief hearing officer and executive director of the Kentucky Office of Administrative Hearings, has concluded that Hall of Fame horseman and former Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Chief Racing Steward John Veitch was negligent in regard to the Life At Ten situation during the 2010 Breeders' Cup...read on

Veitch Files Appeal Over Dismissal

December 1, 2011:

After having been fired by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission earlier this week, former chief racing steward John Veitch has filed an appeal...read on

Embattled Veitch Fired In Kentucky

November 29, 2011:

It has been reported that John Veitch, chief steward of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, has been fired from his position with the state regulator...read on

KHRC Executive Director Stepping Down

October 24, 2011:

On Monday, October 24, Lisa E. Underwood announced that she is stepping down as executive director of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission...read on

Change Comes From Life At Ten Fiasco

October 18, 2011:

On Monday, October 17, the Breeders' Cup and the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission announced that they have implemented changes to their communications to ensure that a situation like what occurred in the 2010 Breeders' Cup with Life At Ten does not happen again...read on

Dutrow Not Done Yet

October 17, 2011:

According to a report, controversial and highly successful thoroughbred trainer Rick Dutrow may soon be coming to a racetrack near you...read on

Ten-Year NY Racing Ban For Dutrow

October 12, 2011:

Controversial thoroughbred trainer Rick Dutrow has been slapped with a 10-year ban from racing at New York racetracks...read on

$2 Million For KYSS Purses In 2012

September 20, 2011:

On Tuesday, September 20, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission announced that the Kentucky Sire Stakes will distribute over $2 million in purses in 2012...read on

Bleeder Restrictions Recommended

August 25, 2011:

Earlier this week, the Kentucky Equine Drug Research Council made a recommendation to the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission in regard to bleeder medications and the use of lasix...read on

Instant Racing Debut Scheduled

August 23, 2011:

According to a report, the only thing which stands in the way of Kentucky Downs conducting a September 1 grand opening for its 'Instant Racing' machines is final approval by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission...read on

Date Changed For August KHRC Meeting

August 4, 2011:

The August meeting of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission (KHRC), originally scheduled for Wednesday, August 10, has been postponed and rescheduled...read on


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