Joe Orseno to be Interim President of Florida HBPA


Joe Orseno | Ryan Thompson

The 2022 election for the board of the Florida Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association (HBPA) has concluded with trainer Joe Orseno slated to serve as interim president. He replaces Stephen Screnci, who did not run for reelection.

Reelected to the board of directors are owner Adam Lazarus and trainers Orseno, Kathy Davey, and Terri Pompay. New to the board is owner David Rousso. Troy Levy and Ralph Nicks have stepped down. The remainder of the board consists of owners Chester Bishop, Thomas Cannell, and Teresa Palmer, as well as trainers Patrick Biancone, David Fawkes, and Ron Spatz.

The new board will take office at the next board meeting Mar. 24. New officers will be named at that time.

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