HISA To Host Pair Of Educational Webinars Ahead Of Upcoming Rule Changes

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The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority (HISA) will hold a pair of educational webinars ahead of upcoming rule changes that will go into effect July 8. The first, aimed towards trainers, will take place Monday, July 1 at 2 p.m. and will cover the impact of the modified rules along with a Q&A on the changes. To register and/or submit questions, click here. The HISA Town Hall series will continue with a one-hour webinar Monday, July 8 at 2 p.m. and will also include an overview on the major rule changes along with a Q&A. This event is open to all racing participants and the general public. Speakers will include HISA CEO Lisa Lazarus, HISA Director of Equine Safety & Welfare Dr. Jennifer Durenberger, HISA Director of Stewarding & State Racing Commission Relations Marc Guilfoil and HISA Director of Racetrack Safety Ann McGovern.

“We look forward to having an insightful session on the updates to the Racetrack Safety Rules,” said Lazarus. “Protecting the health and wellbeing of every horse and jockey is paramount to our mission at HISA, and these updates continue our collective journey towards a safer sport. We thank the many stakeholders whose constructive feedback helped us develop these rule modifications and greatly appreciate the industry's continued support and collaboration.”

Participants can register for the July 8 webinar by clicking here.

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