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Kentucky Horse Racing Commission

​The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission (KHRC) is an independent agency of state government charged with the responsibility of regulating the conduct of horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering on horse racing and related activities within the Commonwealth of Kentucky.  The KHRC is a leader in both the safety and integrity of the sport as well as the welfare of the horse. The KHRC’s passion and commitment is evident in the adoption of steroid bans, riding crop rule, standardbred whip rule, higher standards for animal welfare, and amended regulations for licensing and racing associations.

 

 Announcements

 
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 News Releases

 
Meeting Advisory - Opening Meeting Monday, April 28, 2014 at Churchill Downs4/17/2014
John Ward takes over as chairman of international industry group4/16/2014
RCI Model Rule Changes Adopted4/14/2014
Federal Government Failure to Enforce Laws Making Racing Integrity Battle More Difficult4/9/2014
Approved KHRC Minutes of December 11, 20134/7/2014
Approved KHRC Minutes of October 22, 20134/7/2014
Approved KHRC Minutes of September 23, 20134/7/2014
Advisory on the use of intramuscular DepoMedrol3/31/2014
Meeting Advisory - Kentucky Horse Racing Commission to meet April 2, 20143/31/2014
Meeting Advisory - Open Meeting Monday, April 7, 2014 at Keeneland3/24/2014
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