Madeline Auerbach retired Monday from the California Horse Racing Board after serving just about six years as a racing commissioner, the ultimate 3 as vice chair. She used to be first appointed to the Board on Jan. 2, 2014, after which reappointed thru Jan. 1, 2022.
“All over the a long time I’ve been concerned within the horse racing trade, my paintings has focused on doing what’s easiest for those wonderful animals,” Auerbach mentioned. “I wish to thank Governor Jerry Brown for appointing me to the Board and permitting me to take action.”
Auerbach served at the CHRB Medicine, Protection and Welfare Committee from 2014, to begin with as vice chair and the ultimate 5 years as chair. An lively Thoroughbred proprietor and breeder, she based the California Retirement Control Account (CARMA) in 2007 to boost cash for retired racehorses and plans to proceed supporting CARMA in its ongoing efforts to offer correct take care of horses.
Gavin Newsom, who succeeded Brown as California’s governor in January 2019, has made 3 appointments to the seven-member board: Dr. Gregory Ferraro, Oscar Gonzalez and Wendy Mitchell, none of whom are lively as Thoroughbred homeowners or breeders. Every other CHRB member, Dennis Alfieri, relinquished his CHRB proprietor’s license and mentioned he’s going to now not race horses in California after Newsom used to be quoted in printed stories to the impact that folks regulating the pony trade shouldn’t have any conflicts of pastime.
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