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and well-being of the membership in mind,” said IHSA Executive Director Peter Cashman. In addition, the board announced that the


IHSA will off er two online horse shows through DigitalHorseShow.com during the spring semester. IHSA hosted a digital horse show during the fall semester of 2020 that was very successful.


THA Statement on Passage of Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act


On December 22, 2020, Alan Foreman,


Chairman of the T oroughbred Horsemen’s Association, issued the following statement on the recent passage of the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act on behalf of THA: “T e passage of the Horseracing Integrity


COVID Relief Shout-Out


Little Liberty (pictured) and the other Frederick County 4H T erapeutic Riding horses would like to thank Delaplaine Foun- dation Inc. for their awesome grant to provide feed, farrier care and veterinarian services during our program’s temporary shut- down from COVID.


and Safety Act is the culmination of a collec- tive eff ort of liked- minded industry organizations who fostered compro- mises in an eff ort to achieve uniform and necessary mandated medication,


testing


and safety standards to protect the health, safety and welfare of our horses and main- tain the integrity of our sport above reproach. We have quietly, but forcefully,


participated in this eff ort, and appreciate that we had the ability to participate at the congres- sional level through Majority Leader McCo- nnell and Congressmen Barr, Tonko and Pal- lone. Although the bill is not perfect and has caused some concerns that we understand, it is clear that this new paradigm for the industry is necessary if we are serious about the future of our sport. We are particularly pleased that the original bill was expanded to mandate safety and welfare standards for our horses as we have been doing in the Mid-Atlantic region, and a better-defi ned role for USADA that speaks to their strengths and our needs. As we’ve said previously, we intend to roll up


our sleeves and collaborate with our industry partners and the new Authority to achieve a seamless transition. While change is never easy and valid concerns must be addressed and re- solved, we are at a critical time for our industry. T e enactment of the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act provides us with a unique op- portunity to change the image of our sport and engender confi dence in the future.”


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