FUTURE VOTING DATES WILL BE POSTED HERE
Current NMRC Trainers/Owners License Holders
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EL PASO TIMES article: Sept 15, 2023
"State horsemen fighting for their survival: New Mexico Horsemen's Association"
NMHA Next Meeting
JANUARY 17, 2024
OR Join Meeting by ZOOM
link will be posted prior to meeting
PAST MEETING MINUTES:
Tell Congress that HISA/HIWU is needlessly harming people
If you believe that HISA and its HIWU side-arm are not helping horses and are needlessly hurting people's livelihoods and lives, please send your U.S. Representative an automated message urging him or her to support and co-sponsor the Racehorse Health and Safety Act (RHSA) that would repeal and replace HISA. It just takes 30 seconds - type in your name, address, email and phone number and click on "send message" and it will automatically go to your Representative.
We don't have the millions of dollars that are at the disposal of the well-funded minority backing HISA. Our only way to create meaningful change is through our power in numbers and grass-roots advocacy networking.
The National HBPA
HISA Submits Proposed ADMC Rule Changes to FTC for Approval
November 13, 2023 (Lexington, KY) – The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority (HISA) has submitted proposed rule changes to its Anti-Doping and Medication Control (ADMC) Program to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for review. Red-lined documents noting these proposed changes are available here: CLICK HERE
Current Condition Books, Overnights, Entries, Results click links below
will be posted here
Stable Area Opens DEC 18
Track Opens for Training DEC 21
Since NMHA has decided not to participate with the Racing Commission on split tests, here is the list of labs that horsemen will need to send them to.
Click .pdf link below to read letter
Facts about the New Mexico Horsemen’s Association’s decision to withdraw from being actively involved in Split Testing
What happens when a covered person or covered horse is Provisionally Suspended?
To foster and promote the horse racing industry in the State of New Mexico.
To give assistance to OWNERS, TRAINERS and their employees in their medical expenses due to illness and accidents related to the industry. Medical guidelines will be established by the Board of Directors and published for the members.
To institute or aid in any movement that will aid or protect the general welfare of the Horse Racing Industry, including the interest of Owners, Trainers and their employees.
To bring about a closer and more understanding relationship among Breeders, Owners, Trainers, Racing Management, the Racing Commission and the Public.
To take part and advise with the legislative bodies, state agencies, track management and the State Racing Commission in the establishment of statutes, directives, proper rules and conditions which affect, in any manner, the interest of the Owners, Trainers and their employees.
To keep the membership of the Association informed concerning all Association business.
To maintain accurate financial records of the receipts and expenditures of the Association.