Who Is the Equine Regulatory Law Book For?

If you are employed by, practice law in, teach about, are a fan of, or are in involved in any way with thoroughbred horse racing or harness racing, Equine Regulatory Law is definitely for you. This timely book, an important and much-needed contribution to the field of equine law, is a must-read and must-have for any and all of the following:

  • attorneys who practice equine law, administrative law, or who are affiliated with an equine law firm or regulatory law firm;
  • regulators; racing commissioners and their staffs;
  • teachers, law professors who teach equine law, administrative law, and regulatory policy;
  • licensees; those who work in and around the horse racing industry, including owners, trainers, drivers, jockeys, equine veterinarians, equine insurance agents, breeders, bloodstock agents, farm owners, jockey agents, racing officials, vendors, racetrack management at senior and mid-levels and their staffs, and -- most especially -- all mutual clerks;
  • any and all members of any and all racing organizations (NTRA, HBPA, Jockeys Guild, Jockey Club, TOBA, TRPB, etc.);
  • local, state and federal legislators and their staffs who work in and around the legislative branch in any way;
  • Governors, and their executive branch staff;
  • state or federal judges, especially those who have caseloads with equine law, administrative law, or regulatory policy cases;
  • turf writers, turf publicists;
  • law libraries;
  • knowledgeable racing fans with an interest in the history and application of this field of equine law