CHRB Releases Annual Report: Fatalities Down 52 Percent Over Last Three Years

The California Horse Racing Board released its annual report on Tuesday, covering the fiscal year revenue of 2021-2022 and the California horse racing through the calendar year of 2022.

CHRB chair Dr. Gregory Ferraro lauded the efforts of the executive director Scott Chaney and deputy executive director Cynthia Alameda for their cooperation with the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority on racetrack safety rules: “The result has been federal regulations that reflect, in large part, that which is already in place here in California.”

Ferraro also praised the CHRB’s efforts to improve equine safety and reduce catastrophic injuries on the racetrack.

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