Response to Jason Litt From KTA President Braxton Lynch


Braxton Lynch | Keeneland

(Editor's note: the following is a response to the letter to the editor sent to the TDN by Jason Litt)

The KTA is run by a volunteer board of industry professionals. To become a director of the KTA you have to be chosen by your peers and voted in by the likes of those same peers. Obviously Jason Litt did just that, and we are all thankful for his time served on the KTA Board of Directors. Jason's 'why' has never been in question. He is a tremendous judge of horses and has made a career of helping his clients reach the pinnacles of racing. We wish him nothing but the best and continued success for him and his team. In fact, that is our 'why' at the KTA. Our board of directors work tirelessly to ensure that there is an industry for us all to participate in. Our actions are based on a collective consensus of the board as a whole, and not on the thoughts of any one individual board member. We will continue to work with the coalition that is fighting to keep HHR in Kentucky.

Braxton Lynch, President, Kentucky Thoroughbred Association

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