The Horsemen’s
Maryland takes
House Committee outlines
first step toward
recommendations for racing reform
Maryland’s racing industry came under this scenario, since the subsidy Lasix program
ticipate in Maryland’s Lasix program, un- to assist the racing industry,” stated the racing be addressed before the state allo- in the spring, while a “supertrack” could tee’s recommendations for racing reform: en to repealing the “6:15 law” prohibit- market approach” is likely preferable to See Racing reform, page 2
der for a horse to qualify to race on Lasix.
New rules for turf
Pimlico Special: a question
begin at Pimlico
of dollars and sense
the race on its own, or find support from the state or a corporate sponsor,” said Mr. Hoffberger. “But Maryland’s rank and Board actions
Track eases eligibility rule in effort to
increase number of available starters
2. Has not finished first, second, third berger, President; Richard J. Meyer, Vice President; John V. Alecci, Dale Ca- 3. Is a maiden which has started for a puano, Phillip L. Capuano, William T. claiming price of less than $4,000. Fitzgibbons, Sr., Paul L. Fowler, Jr., Lin- (Previous cut-off point was $5,000.) da S. Gaudet, Lawrence E. Murray, Val- 4. Has not won a race for a claiming ora A. Testerman, Katharine M. Voss Stalls will not be assigned and en- claiming race since starting for a tries will not be accepted for any horse maiden claiming price of less than Revenue sharing agreement
1. Has started for a claiming price of Starter and optional claiming races less than $3,500 unless having fin- will be considered non-claiming races ished first, second or third in a non- in determining eligibility under this price of $3,500 or more since start- Horses which become ineligible un- ing for less than $3,500. (Previous der this rule shall forfeit stall space as- voted unanimously to authorize an ex-tension of up to 60 days for the revenuesharing agreement.
Pimlico Special
Special Md-bred bonus
to continue at Pimlico
Commission hears report
Commission seeks to
on track improvements
modify rule
for trainer’s license
stated Martin P. Azola in a report to the on January 27 at Loews in Annapolis.
best turn-out ever for this event,” said his oversight through the end of June.
complimented track superintendentJamie Richardson on the numerous im- Racing reform, from page 1
provements that have been completedduring the past several months. Sharing to any segment of the industry “be con- ‘event’ type days at the track in addition the enactment of the ill-fated Racing Fa- promoting live racing that benefits Mary- land horsemen,” stated the report.
track wagering network is essential.
MTHA Web site
gardless of the outcome of the video lot- en to requiring a “marketing partnership formation about the Assistance Fund. . .
an archive of The Horsemen’s Newslet- ter—you’ll find it all at www.mdhorse- unified plan to revitalize the horse rac- lation of horse racing,” stated the report.
Thoughts, from page 4
Horsemen’s Party set
March 6 at Laurel
men’s concerns—in particular competi- literally is working day and night to se- ticle on page 1) demonstrates that fact.
Maryland horseman of the year, and Hol-ly Hamilton, Maryland 4-H Youth Devel- Recreation report
information on the MTHA’s recreation Donations
al and/or other items for distribution on N MEMORIAM
Francis (Bunny) Sears, the
league is in play at Meade High School in Baseball tickets
G. Walther (Wally) Ewalt, a long-
time Maryland owner/breeder, died De-cember 27. He was 100 years old. Mr.
Horsemen’s calendar
Ewalt owned a farm, Delhi Plantation, inPrince Frederick, Md.
Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company
Domingo Collazo, 80, a longtime
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for notice of the next
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MTHA’s Backstretch Pension Plan Registration
Attention All Backstretch
April 5 through April 9
Employees (Assistant
Failure to register
Trainers, Exercise Persons,
will result in the loss
Grooms, Hotwalkers, Stable
April 12 through April 16
Foremen, Trainers, etc.)
of your 2003 benefit
ended 2003 will take place at the follow- March 22 through March 26
April 19 through April 23
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February 2004
Thoughts and comment
MTHA Board of Directors
es and the breeders’ fund—although the and, unfortunately, the slots issue is far under consideration in the Senate. If last year’s experience is any indication, and I believe it is, the Senate will treat horse- discussions with legislative leaders, in- slots legislation ultimately approved will terests in the past, and we are convinced • Solid protection for live racing.
See Thoughts, page 3


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