NYRA Adopts Anti-Slaughter Policy

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The New York Racing Association (NYRA) has a new anti-slaughter policy, which states that any horse owner or trainer stabled at a NYRA track found to have directly or indirectly sold a horse for slaughter will have his or her stalls permanently revoked, according to NYRA.com.

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