Ronnie Stewart Named Horsemen's Rep at Hialeah

The south Florida track's 10-week American Quarter Horse meet opens December 26.

Florida Quarter Horse Racing Association

The Florida Quarter Horse Racing Association has announced that Ronnie Stewart will serve as horsemen's representative at Hialeah Park.

Ronnie Stewart will serve as horsemen’s representative at Hialeah Park, which opens its 40-day American Quarter Horse meet on December 26.

According to a statement issued by the Florida Quarter Horse Racing Association, Stewart will be living on the grounds, and his number one priority will be to ensure that any horsemen’s issues be resolved in a professional and timely manner.

Stewart can be reached at (254) 654-0988.

The FQHRA also announced that Marsha Curry will once again serve as horsemen’s bookkeeper during the Hialeah meet, which is expected to pay $140,000 per day in purses and runs through February 29.

In addition, the FQHRA has issued open letters to horsemen from new president Ron Smith, who was elected to the post at the association’s board meeting on December 5, and outgoing president Dr. Steve Fisch.

Click here to access the letters.

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