With Jacksonville as the third stop on the one-day Jeb Can Fix It Florida tour, a fairly overt attempt by the Bush campaign to reverse flagging poll numbers and waning insider buy in, one major question was one of whether or not Bush would have new material. His event in Tampa saw him comparing himself […]
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According to The Blood-Horse, Ken and Sarah Ramsey struck a deal today regarding the mare Stephanie’s Kitten with Northern Farm of Japan, owned by the Yoshida family. The Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf Champion was sold privately for $2.8 … Continue reading →
The seventh Breeders’ Cup Betting Challenge (BCBC) presented by West Point Thoroughbreds brought top horseplayers to Keeneland Race Course and four satellite sites to compete in the biggest live money handicapping contest in the world. Tommy Massis of Toronto outdistanced … Continue reading →
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Grade 1-winning millionaire Lea (First Samurai – Greenery, by Galileo [IRE}) arrived at Claiborne Farm this morning where he will enter stud for the 2016 breeding season. Runner-up in the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile-G1 on Friday, Lea will stand for … Continue reading →
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Once again, lawmakers have filed what’s known as a “claim bill” to compensate the family of Devaughn Darling, a Florida State University freshman linebacker who died during a February 2001 practice. State Rep. Mia Jones, a Jacksonville Democrat, submitted the bill (HB 3513) on Monday, with a Senate companion sponsored by Democratic Leader Arthenia Joyner of Tampa. The Darling family […]