Rich Strike on his way to a start in the Breeders’ Cup Classic (Courtney Snow/Past The Wire)
After all this can HISA and what they are trying to do to regulate and bring uniformity to horse racing be in jeopardy?
The Horse Racing Safety and Integrity Act took a hit in the courts recently when it was ruled it was unconstitutional. What does this mean and how will it play out? What are the next steps in the process?
Attorney Bill Gotimer joins Michael Wilson and Jonathan Stettin on this episode of Past The Wire TV’s Unfiltered. Bill explains the legalities and what the options ahead are for HISA and those opposed to it.
Our panel then talks about the Rich Strike Kentucky Derby winner photo op and some recent other examples of racing exploring different revenue streams. We close talking about Flightline and the 140 mares he will breed at $200,000 each generating about 28 million dollars in his first year at stud.
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We hope you all enjoyed our Breeders’ Cup coverage. One of our favorite interviews was Jon and Mike Repole…..check it out here
Watch Unfiltered, HISA in jeopardy, Flightline mares, Rich Strike photo op below: