Richard M. “Dick” Neville, 75, longtime farrier who plied his trade for over 60 years from Indiana to Ohio to Florida, died Tuesday (March 24) at Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus due to kidney complications.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has announced the appointment of Steve May of Georgetown, KY, as the next executive director of the Minnesota Racing Commission. May will assume his new duties in late April, succeeding Tom DiPasquale, who retired in February after serving as director since 2013.
Multiple stakes services have submitted releases stating that they are suspending the April 15 stakes payments. To aid our horsemen, the USTA has reviewed these releases and attached cover sheets to the affected stakes condition PDFs.
Due to the extenuating circumstances created by COVID-19 and the uncertainties of moving forward with educational programming, the Racing Officials Accreditation Program announced today that it has extended the dates for completion of required continuing education hours by one year for all accredited racing officials, stewards, and judges.
The Defiance County (Ohio) Area Horsemen's Association has added the Indiana trotting stallion Helpisontheway (Chapter Seven-Porque) and the Ohio trotting stallion Winning Fireworks (Credit Winner-Fireworks Hanover) to its list for their silent auction for free breedings.
Richard M. “Dick” Neville, 75, a longtime farrier who plied his trade for more than 60 years from Indiana to Ohio to Florida, died March 24, 2020, at OSU Medical Center in Columbus due to kidney complications.
The Defiance County (Ohio) Area Horsemen's Association has added Riggins (Art Major-Towner's Image) to its list for their silent auction for free breedings. The pacing stallion performs his duties at Southern Indiana Equine of Austin, Ind.