Hawthorne Race Course Racing
Protocols and Procedures
On days when live races are conducted at Hawthorne Race Course, the following protocols will be implemented:
ALL persons wishing to enter the backstretch
will have their temperature taken before being allowed access to the grounds.
Any person registering a temperature above 100.4 will not be allowed onto the
grounds. ONLY LICENSED, ESSENTIAL
personnel needed to conduct qualifiers will be allowed onto the grounds.
License office will be open from 3PM-9PM on live racing nights. PLEASE GET
LICENSE BEFORE COMING TO BACKSTRETCH! Please allow ample time for arrival so
you are not late to the backstretch
Horse owners are not allowed on the backstretch
unless they are an essential caretaker for a horse.
Facial coverings MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES in
public areas. Anyone who does not follow
the facial covering rule will be asked to leave the grounds. Horsemen are to
come equipped with their own facial covering. Facial coverings are to cover the
mouth and nose
Horses shipping in to
race will be assigned stalls to ship into.
Those stalls will be disinfected prior to horses arrival and again
following horses departure. Trainers
must ship into their ship-in stalls only. Hawthorne will use Barns D, 1 &
K2 for ship in access. There will be an empty stall between each trainers
assigned ship-in stalls to allow for social distancing.
On live race nights, ALL horses in to race must have a security stall sign posted next to
stall for their horse. Security stall
signs can be picked up at the entrance gate or security office. Please have
tape on hand to be able to display sign.
Trainers must provide their own bedding for
horses shipping in.
Horses stabled on the backstretch of Hawthorne Race Course will remain in their assigned stalls and report
to Barn 1, West aisle prior to their race. Trainers are responsible for making
sure they are to Barn 1 on time.
For each race, ONLY ONE attendant is allowed in
Barn 1 per horse unless circumstances call for a second attendant for safety
Prior to each race, horses will line up in the
West Aisle of Barn 1. Drivers will hook
up race bikes at that location prior to going onto track.
Once on the racetrack, drivers will be allowed
to remove facial coverings if they feel it is a safety concern. Otherwise
drivers will be asked to keep facial coverings on.
Upon completion of each race, drivers will
unhook race bikes once off racetrack and horses will be walked back to barns.
ONLY TWO PEOPLE are allowed in the winners circle
following a race. The driver and one other person can be in the winners circle
for a win photo.
Barn Assignments for July 17 July 19
Perry Smith Stall 1
Mike Brown Stall 3
Kennedy Lindsey Stalls 5-6
Bruce Alexander Stall 10
J D Yoder Stall 12
Justin Roberson Stall 14
Scott Galloway Stall 18
Rick Schrock Stalls 20-21
William Crone Stalls 23-25
Dale Knox Stall 27
Willie Bell Stall 29
Tom Simmons Stalls 30-31
Todd Warren Stalls 33-35
Jenna Lubeck Stall 37
Boccia Stall 39
Steve Searle Stalls 40-44, 50-54
Kim Roth Stalls 45-49
Jim Eaton Stalls 56-58
Leslie Miller Stall 59
Dennis Bankston Stall 63
Merle Finn, Jr. Stalls 65-66
Mike Rogers Stall 67
Stewart Stall 69
Floyd Young Stall 73
Hector Herrera Stalls 75-76
Stalls 77-79, 87-89
Al Scholz Stalls 81-82
Mike Brink Stalls 84-86, 94-96
Greg Kain Stalls 91-92
Merv Chupp Stalls 97-101
Terry Leonard Stalls 103-106,
Gerald Hansen Stalls 107-108
Miller Stall 100
Jason Wilson Stall 35
Rick Schulze Stall 38
Mark Kennedy Stall 40
Darla Martin-Lohman Stall 44
Wayne Temple Stall 45
Kim Hamilton Stall 46
Jerry Mims Stalls 47-48
Dennis Gardner Stall 50
Nelson Willis Stalls 52-54,
Kevin Miller Stall 55
Harold Herrera Stall 57
Phillip Glenn Stall 59
Vickie Moored Stall 60
Tony Farina Stall 61
Homer Hochstetler Stalls 62-63
Charles Eustis, Jr. Stall 64
David Moseley Stall 65
Larry Plank Stall 71