We are sad to announce the passing of ANNE P. (POULOS) TRAKAS.
We are sad to announce the passing of three trainers, Francis X. Sampson, Pedro W. Perez and Lucia F. Delgado.
Dear NEHBPA Members: As most of you know, the NEHBPA has been engaged with the state Horse Racing Commission over the past several years to protect the revenue that has supported both our racing purses as well as the Health and Welfare Assistance program that we have...
SOLOMON, Stewart K. “Stewie” Age 64, passed away on January 1st, 2020, surrounded by loving family after a courageous battle with diabetes. Stewie was born to Paul “Foo Foo” and Cecelia Solomon and raised in Revere. He worked from his youth at Suffolk Downs following in the footsteps of his father.
The NEHBPA wants to wish you and your family a Happy New Year and a healthy and prosperous 2020.
Opposition to S. 1820 and H.R. 1754, the “Horseracing Integrity Act of 2019”
We are sad to announce the passing of Louis Tisbert on October 30, 2019.
We write this notice to inform you that two members of a small rival group making false claims to Boston Mutual regarding our Life Insurance Policy now puts you at risk of losing your benefit and or amount of life insurance available to you.
The following are tentative dates for future board meetings Due to limited space if you would like to attend please sign up with Shirley ahead of time in the event we need to move to another location.
The final race at Suffolk Downs had barely been etched into history in late June when a Quincy developer announced his intent to build a $300 million thoroughbred racetrack with slot machines on a site in Wareham near the Bourne Bridge. The proposal by the Notus Group had been anticipated by the NEHBPA, which has conveyed its support for the project as we will support any legitimate proposal that can restore fulltime live thoroughbred racing.