The HSRP and BGP can basically live side by side and one will not influence the other. The HSRP presents a virtual IP and MAC address to clients that are configured to use the virtual IP as their gateway. Routing protocols, however, disregard that IP address and propagate their routing information using real IP addresses. In this sense, the HSRP and BGP are independent.
The only issue I am aware of right now is is the one with CPU load. Adding a new process on a loaded router further increases its load. While I think that the HSRP is a simple mechanism that consumes only little resources, you should test whether the CPU load does not rise inappropriately after you deploy it. Personally, though, I believe it will work.
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