Improving Thoroughbred racing through better surveillance and security along with tough penalties for those who violate the rules

Anthony Colannino
Anthony Colannino 177 Comments
506 Signatures Goal: 500

We the Bettors, Fans, Owners, Trainers, and other Industry Stakeholders sign this pledge advocating for better Thoroughbred horse welfare by enacting greater security measures to protect horses and the integrity of the Sport. We also want meaningful strengthening of rules providing appropriate consequences for all those that break the rules governing race day medication. Here, the undersign, request that state horse racing boards, in the interest of fair and clean racing implement surveillance and security systems throughout the backstretch including stricter security for those entering and exiting such areas. This alone can ensure better horse health and deter improper conduct.


In addition governing bodies like the California Horse Race Board should create and enforce regulations in an equitable fashion based upon higher standards as those found in the Hong Kong Jockey Club, widely considered the worldwide leader in such matters.


On the eve of the Breeder's Cup, we strongly urge the California Horse Racing Board to take the lead in putting such measures in place following North America's premier two days of racing.


In addition to signing, we're asking petitioners to add to the discussion board below with any suggestions that would benefit Thoroughbred horse racing by providing the safest and fairest conditions for the sport we love.


As noted in the privacy clause of this site, names and emails will only be used to show horse racing governing bodies that each signature is unique and has been provided by an individual interested in joining this most important cause.


Sincerely,
Friends and Stakeholders of Thoroughbred Racing

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    Beth Lauxen United States
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    ruth phelan
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    Kent McFeely
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    Sharon
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    Michael Meyer
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    Michael J Scarpelli
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    Christian Hendrickson
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    Mike McGough
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    Diane Elhard
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    Ken Root
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    Wes Kucera
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    Joe Plebani
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    John Martin
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    Jay Moore
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    Dana Kelly
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