HBPA To Host On-Line “Q&A” About StrideSafe

Horsemen, veterinarian and media advisory
Drs. Lambert, Farmer to answer questions about StrideSAFE
in In-person, online town hall meeting 10:15 a.m. ET Monday
Horsemen and veterinarians: Here is your chance to find out more about the StrideSAFE data-collection study that started at Churchill Downs and is now in place at Ellis Park.
StrideSAFE founder Dr. David Lambert and Churchill Downs Inc.’s equine medical director Dr. Will Farmer will discuss the StrideSAFE sensor technology, answer your questions and address any concerns you may have in an in-person and online town hall on Monday, June 26th at 10:15 a.m. Eastern in Churchill Downs’ Equine Medical Center in the quarantine complex across from the old backstretch stable gate.
The meeting also will air live on the Kentucky HBPA Youtube Channel www.youtube.com/@kentuckyhbpa7026
or by using your phone’s camera function to scan the QR code at left.
Questions can be submitted in person, in the Youtube “live chat” as well as in advance by emailing kentuckyhbpa@gmail.com. The meeting is presented by the Kentucky HBPA and National HBPA in cooperation with Churchill Downs. National HBPA CEO Eric Hamelback will moderate the event.
Media members are welcome to attend in person or online.
About the Kentucky HBPA
The Kentucky division of the Horsemen’s Benevolent & Protective Association is one of the country’s largest horsemen’s groups, representing about 6,000 owners and trainers at Kentucky’s five thoroughbred tracks. As an affiliate of the National HBPA that represents about 30,000 horsemen in the United States and Canada, the Kentucky HBPA’s responsibilities have greatly expanded as the racing industry has become more complex. In addition to its original general benevolence mission, the HBPA is the leading force for horsemen in negotiating contracts with tracks as well as the advancement of the sport through safety and integrity initiatives, promoting racing and assisting in the development of aftercare programs for retired racehorses.
3729 S. Fourth St., Louisville, KY 40214-1712
(502) 363-1077
2023-06-23T10:00:34-04:00By |

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