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CPMA Notice Re: RCI Medication Rules

December 19, 2012:

The Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency (CPMA) issued the following memorandum to the Provincial Regulatory Bodies on Wednesday regarding the Racing Commissioners International (RCI) Medication on

Modifications To Medication Rules

December 17, 2012:

The Board of Directors of Racing Commissions International (RCI) has voted to move forward with a major revision of the association’s model medication rules for horse on

Faraldo Opposes Proposed NYSRWB Rule

December 8, 2012:

Joseph A. Faraldo, President of the Standardbred Owners Association of New York (SOANY), issued a statement late Friday evening regarding the organization's oppposition to a proposed regulation by the New York State Racing and Wagering Board (NYSRWB) that would sanction owners for using trainers with a poor history, calling it an "ill-advised rule." on

Symposium Closes With Hot Topics

December 6, 2012:

The Global Symposium on Racing & Gaming drew to a close this morning (Thursday, December 6) with panels covering two topics currently at the forefront of the industry --- regulation issues and measuring social on

Harness Regulators Move Toward Uniformity

June 22, 2012:

Standardbred racing regulators from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware said that they would work to harmonize regional racing rules and explore implementation of time-based limits on medication administration following a meeting at The Meadowlands prompted by calls for uniformity by Meadowlands operator Jeff on

KHRC Passes T-Bred Lasix Ban

June 13, 2012:

It has been reported that on Wednesday, June 13, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission voted in favour of a regulation that will see the banning of the race-day administration of furosemide (lasix) in two-year-old thoroughbreds in certain instances effective on

Gural Supports Federal Regulation

May 7, 2012:

Racetrack owner-operator Jeff Gural has again voiced his support for the idea of utilizing revenue derived from slot machines for drug testing, but he has now also stated that he is in support for federal regulation of the horse racing on

NYSRWB Considering Lasix Rule

April 30, 2012:

The New York State Racing and Wagering Board has announced that it is considering a rule proposal regarding the use of lasix in on

ORC Advises Licensees To Keep Up To Date

July 23, 2010:

The Ontario Racing Commission (ORC) advises that it is the responsibility of licensees – and particularly owners of Ontario racehorses – to keep up to date on various federal regulatory matters that impact racing and on

CPMA: Attractions Hippiques Breaching Regulations

August 25, 2009:

In addition to Monday's Trot Insider report regarding Paul Massicotte's desire to continue on in the Quebec racetrack ownership business, the Montreal Gazette has reported that the Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency has also stated the company is in violation of its on

New Kentucky Safety Vest Regulations

June 9, 2009:

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission today voted to adopt a recommendation from its Safety and Welfare Committee to establish minimum requirements for safety vests worn at association race on

Indiana Reforms Whipping Regulations

March 12, 2009:

The most stringent regulations in North America harness racing regarding the use of the whip are on

Strong Words From California Board

August 21, 2008:

The California Horse Racing Board is stepping up enforcement efforts to protect the wagering public with increased pre-race and out-of-competition testing and by prohibiting horses from running for on

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