The American Association of Equine Practitioners on Tuesday released a statement opposing the “Horseracing Integrity Act,” which would place the regulation of horse racing’s drug rules under federal jurisdiction. This photo shows the 20-horse field at the 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 6.
The American Association of Equine Practitioners on Tuesday released a statement opposing the “Horseracing Integrity Act,” which would place the regulation of horse racing’s drug rules under federal jurisdiction. This photo shows the 20-horse field at the 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 6. Jonathan Palmer
The American Association of Equine Practitioners on Tuesday released a statement opposing the “Horseracing Integrity Act,” which would place the regulation of horse racing’s drug rules under federal jurisdiction. This photo shows the 20-horse field at the 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 6. Jonathan Palmer

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