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New Life At Ten Policies Adopted

In an effort to avoid another Life At Ten situation, the Breeders’ Cup, Churchill Downs, and the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission have adopted new policies that will be in effect for this year’s World Championships Nov. 4-5.

According to an announcement from the three organizations, the new policies relate primarily to communication and responsibilities of the veterinarians, stewards, and other officials on race day.


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