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October Membership Meeting

Please join the KAEP & KTFMC at our next meeting!

On:

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 at Fasig-Tipton

For:

An open panel discussion with prominent leaders in the industry.

Topic:

“From the Repository to the Racetrack: Perspectives on Radiographic Findings.”

Panel includes:

Debbie Spike-Pierce, DVM / Jeffrey Berk, VMD / W. Tru Baker, DVM, DACVS / Ian Wilkes, Trainer / Joe Seitz, CBA Representative

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RSVP’s must be in by 5 p.m. Friday, October 13th, 2017.
• No RSVP’s will be taken after the deadline.
• We no longer reserve extra seating for walk-ins – please check ahead for space created by cancellations
• Registration begins at 6:15 P.M. at Fasig-Tipton
• Dinner begins at 7:00 P.M.
• Cash, Check and Credit Card payments accepted at the door.
• Please list names of all attendees when making reservations.
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Next Membership Meeting – David Redvers

 

Next Membership Meeting:

David Redvers

Tweenhills Farm & Qatar Racing

September 14th, 2017 at Keeneland in the  Lexington/Kentucky Room

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DAVID REDVERS HAS HAD LIFELONG FASCINATION IN BLOODSTOCK AND HAS A PROVEN EYE FOR A HORSE

David RedversHis love of bloodstock and excellent eye for a horse are partly inherited through his parents. His mother and grandmother were leading show judges and his father is one of the finest portrait painters in Britain.

Combined with the role of managing Tweenhills Farm & Stud, David Redvers acts as one of the country’s most active and successful bloodstock agents, always looking for value for money.

Many horses have gone on to give their owners a rapid return on their investment, winning on the racetrack and returning a profit at the sales. These include the international multiple Gr.1 winner Dunaden, and the Gr.1 winning two-year-old fillies Lightening Pearl and Rosdhu Queen.

In recent years David has acted as racing and bloodstock manager for Qatar Racing, Qatar Bloodstock and Pearl Bloodstock, which was formed for Sheikh Fahad Al Thani and his brothers from the Royal Family of Qatar.

Lightening PearlIn just a few years the operation has enjoyed significant success with Classic (pictured) winner Simple Verse and Group winners Elm Park, Just The Judge, Havana Gold, Dunaden, Side Glance, Peace And War, Lightening Pearl, Hot Streak, Secret Gesture, Kiyoshi, Green Door, Spirit Quartz, King Air, Frederick Engels, Dark Reckoning, Extortionist, Pearl Flute, My Catch, Cay Verde, etc.

In addition, David purchased the stallions Makfi, Charm Spirit, as well as Harbour Watch and Havana Gold (pictured below) whilst still in training, on behalf of Qatar Bloodstock. He has also enjoyed notable sales at public auction with youngstock and mares.

Prior to establishing David Redvers Bloodstock in 1995, David had spent several years gaining experience with Mark Johnston Racing, Russell Baldwin & Bright (now Brightwells) as well as at various studs worldwide and as assistant to Geoffrey Howson, Amanda Skiffington and Luca Cumani at Tattersalls and Keeneland Sales.

Initially basing his business around the National Hunt market David made an immediate impact when purchasing the legendary mare Lady Rebecca for 400gns as a yearling, who went on to win three consecutive Gr.1 Cleeve Hurdles.

As well as acting for Pearl Bloodstock, Qatar Racing and Qatar Bloodstock, David’s clients have included trainers Ralph Beckett, Mikel Delzangles, William Haggas, Jamie Osborne and John Hammond. Also syndicates Thurloe Thoroughbreds and Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds, along with owners Peter Deal, Clipper Logistics, Peter Winkworth, Mathieu Offenstadt, Richard Pegum and Nicholas Wrigley. In addition to National Hunt owners Clarendon Park Estate, Tony Taylor and Paul Murphy and trainers Venetia Williams, Tom George and Henry De Bromhead.

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 • RSVP’s must be in by 5 p.m. Septeber 13th, 2017.
• No RSVP’s will be taken after the deadline.
• Walk-in seating very limited.
• Registration begins at 6:45 P.M. in the Lexington/Kentucky Room at Keeneand
• Dinner begins at 7:30 P.M.
• Cash, Check and Credit Card payments accepted at the door.
• Please list names of all attendees when making reservations.
Do NOT RSVP by  Email,  follow the appropriate link below to guarantee your RSVP will be received.

 

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Registration open for KTFMC Sporting Clays!

KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED FARM MANAGERS’ CLUB
SPORTING CLAY CLASSIC
AUGUST 23, 2017


ELK CREEK HUNT CLUB is located on a 50-acre tract of hardwoods, cedars and rolling hills. It is the ideal site for America’s fastest growing shotgun sport designed by world-class shooter Jon Kruger. The course offers 20 stations on 10 shooting fields which can be shot as a 50 or 100 target round.


Gold Sponsor $1250
• Individual Name at Stand & Club House (advertising)
• 1 Free team – 3 persons
• Free shells, cart, lunch and beverages
• Free company recognition in directory
• Lots of gifts and prizes
• Special drawing for Corporate Sponsors
•Website advertising for 3 months

Silver Sponsor $750
• Advertising at the Course & Stand
• 1 Free Team – 3 persons
• Free shells, cart, lunch and beverages
Three-Member Team $500
• Free shells,cart, lunch and beverages
Clinic Challenge Team $500
• Free Shells, cart, lunch and beverages
• 3 person team and t-shirts

Stand Sponsor $250
• Advertising at the Course & Stand
• Registration begins at 12:00 p.m.•
• There will be a single “shotgun start” at 1:00 p.m. for all teams •
• Lunch and prizes immediately following the shoot (3:30 p.m.) •

**LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE **

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2017 KTFMC Sporting Clays registration is open!

KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED FARM MANAGERS’ CLUB SPORTING CLAY CLASSIC
AUGUST 23, 2017

ELK CREEK HUNT CLUB is located on a 50-acre tract of hardwoods, cedars and rolling hills. It is the ideal site for America’s fastest growing shotgun sport designed by world-class shooter Jon Kruger. The course offers 20 stations on 10 shooting fields which can be shot as a 50 or 100 target round.


Gold Sponsor $1250
• Individual Name at Stand & Club House (advertising)
• 1 Free team – 3 persons
• Free shells, cart, lunch and beverages
• Free company recognition in directory
• Lots of gifts and prizes
• Special drawing for Corporate Sponsors
•Website advertising for 3 months
Silver Sponsor $750
• Advertising at the Course & Stand
• 1 Free Team – 3 persons
• Free shells, cart, lunch and beverages
Three-Member Team $500
• Free shells,cart, lunch and beverages
Clinic Challenge Team $500
• Free Shells, cart, lunch and beverages
• 3 person team and t-shirts
Stand Sponsor $250
• Advertising at the Course & Stand


• Registration begins at 12:00 p.m.•
• There will be a single “shotgun start” at 1:00 p.m. for all teams •
• Lunch and prizes immediately following the shoot (3:30 p.m.) •
**LIMITED AVAILABILITY **


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Hats Off Day!

ATTENTION KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED FARM MANAGER CLUB MEMBERS!!!

Please remember to donate hats to Hats Off Day: farm hats, stallion hats, equine industry / business hats —- any hat is appreciated (including outdated, stallion no longer standing, even “factory damaged” hats).

When a member of the general public receives a hat, he/she immediately feels a closer tie to our industry. Our goal is to generate goodwill towards the horse industry.

Hats may be dropped off at:

Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital
2150 Georgetown Road
Lexington, KY 40511

 

If you would like for someone to pick up the hats, please call Mary Yozwiak at 859-233-0371.

Deadline for submission is Tuesday, July 25, 2017.

Thanks!!!

 

HATS OFF DAY is Saturday, July 29th at 4:00 PM at the Kentucky Horse Park Rolex Stadium. This year, HATS OFF DAY will be celebrating Horses and Hollywood, honoring the horses that have starred in the movies and television!

 You are invited to attend! Free admission to the Kentucky Horse Park and all that it offers for you and your family. Hats Off activities begin at 4:00 PM, including free horse and pony rides, and free picture on a pony!  Stadium entertainment starts at 7:00 PM, including exciting exhibitions, and a spectacular Grand Prix show jumping competition.

If you would like to join Rood & Riddle in the sponsor tent for a gourmet dinner and reserved, ringside seating, please contact Whitney Fields at wfields@roodandriddle.com or (859) 280-3316 for ticket pricing and information.

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May Membership Meeting

Next Membership Meeting:

Ercel Ellis

“An evening with Ercel”

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017 at Copper Roux

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• RSVP’s must be in by 5 p.m. Friday, May 26th, 2017.
• No RSVP’s will be taken after the deadline.
• We no longer reserve extra seating for walk-ins – please check ahead for space created by cancellations
• Registration begins at 6:15 P.M. at Copper Roux
• Dinner begins at 7:00 P.M.
• Cash, Check and Credit Card payments accepted at the door.
• Please list names of all attendees when making reservations.
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Next Membership Meeting: Dr. Jaye McCracken

Next Membership Meeting:

Jaye L. McCracken, DVM

Rhodococcus equi

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at Copper Roux

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Dr. McCracken attended Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1999. She completed a rotating internship at Hagyard and then continued on as Field Care Associate.She was trained in veterinary acupuncture through IVAS in 2006. Dr. McCracken is dedicated to veterinary education and is very involved in young vet development. She also actively purses the advancement of equine field care through various research projects, primarily focused on Rhodococcus equi in foals. She has published papers, book chapters and given lectures on the topic. She has also been an active voice for general foal field care. Her interests are in field medicine, herd health, broodmare management, neonatal care, medical ultrasonography, and field emergency and critical care.

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• RSVP’s must be in by 5 p.m. Sunday, March 19th, 2017.
• No RSVP’s will be taken after the deadline.
• We no longer reserve extra seating for walk-ins – please check ahead for space created by cancellations
• Registration begins at 6:15 P.M. at Copper Roux
• Dinner begins at 7:00 P.M.
• Cash, Check and Credit Card payments accepted at the door.
• Please list names of all attendees when making reservations.
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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Don’t forget this meeting is also a Pint Night!

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Thoroughbred Worker Health and Safety Study results in free bilingual safety materials

By Jess Miller Clouser

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Jan. 25, 2017) — Using direct input from horse farm employees, managers, and owners, a group of researchers based at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health and the University of Maryland, Baltimore has put together a set of bilingual safety training materials* designed to equip horse farm managers and workers with information needed to stay safe on the job.

The Thoroughbred Worker Health and Safety Study was a five-year research project aimed to improve the occupational safety and health of Thoroughbred farmworkers. The study was co-led by Jess Miller Clouser, MPH, UK College of Public Health, and Jennifer Swanberg, PhD, Professor of Social Work, University of Maryland. The project was funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as part of the University of Kentucky (UK) Southeast Center for Agricultural Health and Injury Prevention.

The research consisted of three phases: 1) 32 surveys and 26 in-depth interviews were conducted with farm owners, managers, and human resource personnel about the work environment and context of injuries and illnesses experienced by workers; 2) community-based surveys were conducted with 225 Latino Thoroughbred farmworkers about their experiences of the work environment and occupational injury and illness; and 3) an industry and community-engaged process was utilized to create educational materials based on study data to provide to farms and workers.

The research team is now releasing the three main educational materials resulting from this research. These materials are available on the project’s website at http://www.workersafetyandhealth.com/information-for-managers/

Safety on the Farm: A bilingual guide in images for the Thoroughbred worker

This series of 12 bilingual, graphic safety illustrations may be used as a training booklet or safety posters and aims to help educate both English and Spanish-speaking workers about safety procedures on Thoroughbred farms and provide a shared language of safety. To create the content of the illustrations, the research team convened a working group of eight industry representatives including farm managers from small, medium, and large Thoroughbred farms; workers’ compensation and insurance representatives; human resource personnel; and communications associates.

Randy Gilbert, the farm manager at Shawnee Farm, former president of the Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers’ Club and a member of the project’s Industry Advisory Council, was a participant in the working group that drafted the safety illustrations.

“At Shawnee Farm every year we have guys that come on visas to work with the horses and maintenance and communication is key for safety. These safety posters will definitely help with communication,” said Gilbert.

Laurette Durick, human resources manager at Godolphin also served on both the project’s industry advisory council and working group for the safety illustrations.

“These safety posters and booklets are fantastic. This is a first of its kind, as I have never seen anything like this for horse handling and the equine industry,” said Durick.

Tom Evans, owner and manager of Trackside Farm and member of the safety illustration working group added, “I would wager that my employees are 100 times more likely to study an illustration versus read text.  I think the illustrations provoke thought and show our employees that somebody cares about their safety.”

From the Field: Promising health and safety practices on Thoroughbred farms

In the in-depth interviews conducted with Thoroughbred farm representatives, participants described promising practices they employed to help improve employee safety and well-being, especially among non-English speaking workers. The From the Field report details those practices as a vehicle for farms to learn from one another.

Research briefs that communicate study findings

Participating farms often stated that they wanted to learn what the study’s findings were. Main findings have been summarized in a series of 10 research briefs that are organized by topic area (e.g., injuries, respiratory symptoms, communication, musculoskeletal discomfort) and are available at http://www.workersafetyandhealth.com/issue-briefs/.

All materials are accessible for free on the project website at www.workersafetyandhealth.com. As funding permits, printed copies of the materials may also become available.  If you have questions about the materials or would like to put your name on a waitlist for printed materials, please contact Jess Miller Clouser at jess.clouser@uky.edu.

*While these materials were created with and for the Thoroughbred industry, they may be relevant to other occupational or recreational groups. We provide permission for their use in other disciplines, but do not imply that the procedures depicted are universally applicable to all industries or contexts.

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January Membership Meeting- Senator Ralph Alvarado

Next Membership Meeting:

Senator Ralph A. Alvarado

January 25th, 2017
at Fasig-Tipton

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Ralph A. Alvarado (born April 30, 1970) is an American physician and Republican politician. He serves as member of the Kentucky Senate from the 28th District (Clark, Fayette, Montgomery counties), being first elected in 2014.  He is the first Hispanic elected to the Kentucky General Assembly; his father is from Costa Rica and his mother is from Argentina.

Alvarado was born in San Francisco and raised in Pacifica and San Jose, California. He graduated from Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose in 1988.  He graduated from Loma Linda University in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and completed an MD from the same university in 1994.  He completed his residency at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center.

He spoke at the 2016 Republican National Convention on the third night of the Convention.

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 • RSVP’s must be in by 5 p.m. January 22nd, 2017.
• No RSVP’s will be taken after the deadline.
• Walk-in seating very limited.
• Registration begins at 6:15 P.M. at Fasig Tipton
• Dinner begins at 7:00 P.M.
• Cash, Check and Credit Card payments accepted at the door.
• Please list names of all attendees when making reservations.
Do NOT RSVP by  Email,  follow the appropriate link below to guarantee your RSVP will be received.

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