In a news release yesterday, April 18, 2019, Churchill Downs Incorporated (“CDI”) (Nasdaq: CHDN) announced " . . . significant initiatives to improve safety protocols and procedures ahead of the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby. These initiatives highlight the company's strong and ongoing commitment to equine and jockey safety," the company wrote.
The news release is published below in its entirety by the Paulick Report . . .
Running is something as natural as breathing for #Thoroughbreds, says Steve Haskin in his moving tribute to #Australian #horseracing legend #Winx after her recent farewell. #Horses affect people in ways that can only be felt, not described in words, he adds. Check out his entire essay at America's Best Racing here:
The dynamic young leadership emerging from the aftermath of the #StonemanDouglas #Parkland school shooting has dazzled and ignited change nationwide, and now that spirit has come to #Thoroughbred #HorseRacing.
Congratulations to these two Tampa Bay Downs, Inc. first-time trainers--one 23 year-old and one 50 year-old--who each got their FIRST wins in back-to-back races this weekend. Read this cool story via the Paulick Report!
Tyler Rotstein was trying to keep his emotions under control after his 4-year-old gelding Togie won Saturday's fifth race at Tampa Bay Downs, the 23-year-old trainer's first career victory in only thr...