Kentucky Bill Would Require Ownership, Medical Disclosure at Sales

Legislation that would require disclosure of ownership and veterinary records of horses sold at public auction was filed in the Kentucky House on Thursday, along with a bill amending dual agency legislation that was passed into law in 2006.

Both bills have the backing of California winemaker and Thoroughbred horseman Jess Jackson, whose high-profile lawsuit against former advisers led

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