KY HBPA Interview: Cox Talks About West Will Power Going Into Saturday’s G1 Stephen Foster Stakes

(West Will Power / Photos by Holly M. Smith)

From the KY HBPA / Jennie Rees:

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
2023-06-30T09:34:23-04:00By |

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