All Biancone's horses are in the process of being transferred to other trainers as a result of his one-year suspension handed down by the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority.
What does KHRA stand for?
KHRA stands for Kentucky Horse Racing Authority
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- Kansas Historical Quarterly
- King's Health Questionnaire
- Kentucky Heritage Quilt Society
- Cambodia Riel (ISO currency code)
- Internationale Kommission für die Hydrologie des Rheingebietes (International Commission for the Hydrology of the Rhine basin)
- KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Humanoid Robot
- Katekyo Hitman Reborn! (anime)
- Kelly Healthcare Resources (staffing company; Troy, MI)
- Khairuddin Hasyudeen & Razi (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
- Kyokuto Hoso Radio (Japanese broadcasting company)
- Ketchikan Harley Riders Association
- Kingsport Housing and Redevelopment Authority (Tennessee)
- Kosciusko Human Resource Association (Warsaw, IN)
- Kenya Health Rights Advocacy Network (HIV/health advocacy; est. 2006)
- Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (Topeka, KS)
- Kansas Human Rights Commission
- Kazan Human Rights Center (Russia)
- Kentucky Horse Racing Commission (regulatory agency)
- Kenya Human Rights Commission (est. 1992)
- Kintampo Health Research Centre (Ghana health research unit)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Kentucky Horse Racing Authority had been scheduled to vote on the matter on Monday, but Fallon's lawyers managed to postpone their decision in order to allow an appeal to be made to the Illinois Racing Board.
The Kentucky Horse Racing Authority agreed by a vote of 9-2 to accept an agreement with the dual Arc-winning trainer that will bar him from training for six months from November 1.
Byline: Dan Farley TRAINER Patrick Biancone has been granted a stay of the one-year suspension handed to him by the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority after cobra venom was found in one of his barns at Keeneland in a search on June 22, writes Dan Farley.
A statement released by the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority said: "The stewards found that Stewart was aware that Biancone was in possession of cobra venom injectables and improperly labelled medications.