Maggi Moss is an attorney from Des Moines, Iowa. She was a former chief Prosecutor in Polk County, Iowa and is a former partner in a law firm where she specialized in personal injury, discrimination, and victims' rights. She is currently a sole practioneer specializing in Equine Law. She has owned race horses from coast to coast for 15 years, being the only woman to be leading owner in the country for races won in 2006, and being nominated for an eclipse the same year. She has been leading owner at Aqueduct, Churchill Downs, and Fairgrounds for the past 5 years, and Prairie Meadows for the past 11 years. She has been in the top ten in the United States in both earnings and wins for the past 8 years, from 2006 to 2013. Ms. Moss is currently concentrating on the protection and retirement of racehorses, and is active in many efforts towards this goal, including President of the only retirement facility in Iowa, H.A.R.T. She is an outspoken advocate on the welfare of Racehorses, and controversial issues involving horse racing. She has used social media on major issues in racing, including race day medication and improvement of the industry. She has also used social media to successfully retire hundreds of racehorses.