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KHRAKentucky Horse Racing Authority
KHRAKingsport Housing and Redevelopment Authority (Tennessee)
KHRAKosciusko Human Resource Association (Warsaw, IN)
KHRAKetchikan Harley Riders Association
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The Kentucky Jockey Injury Compensation Fund proposed by the KHRA in February would cover jockeys, apprentice jockeys and exercise riders, like the New York fund, and it would be paid for by a flat fee paid by the owners and trainers, Ludt says.
Jim Gallagher, executive director of the KHRA, said several European riders wear helmets that meet the standard at home - but might not meet the US standard.
Fallon's lawyers are now petitioning the Illinois Racing Board again, ahead of the September 25 board meeting of the KHRA, when Fallon's Breeders' Cup prospects will be considered.
John Veitch, chief steward in Kentucky, said last night: "Kieren Fallon's case wasn't discussed at the KHRA board meeting today but is on the official agenda at the next meeting on September 25.
The letter urges the KHRA to back a ban on use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as butazolidin, or 'bute', on race day, limiting raceday drug use to anti-bleeder medications such as Salix.
It was here that KHRAS were asked to make a new cottage to act as guest accommodation for an existing house.
Over fifty selected entries will be on display in the AIA SF Gallery, showcasing a remarkable range of talent and innovation, from first-place finalist KHRAS Architects' lightweight, self-sustaining, container-sized unit to San Francisco-based JAG Design's airship-inspired design.
The winning proposal came from Danish firm KHRAS with a simple yet flexible concept based on studies of traditional types of pavilions and shipping containers.
Another distinguished addition to urban infrastructure is made by the Copenhagen metro stations by KHRAS (p70); they are models of clarity and ingenuity in the way they bring daylight deep underground.
KHRAS were the architects responsible for design coordination, and they had an overriding preoccupation: to make the stations legible and reassuring, easy to use and find direction in.