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January 12, 2016

Kee Day 2 Sees Gains in Average, Median

$500,000 broodmare Roan Inish led gains in average and median at the Keeneland January mixed sale's second session, which sellers continued to describe as selective and buyers described fierce competition for top lots.

Teresa Jacobs loses battle with Orange County constitutional officers

Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs lost a power struggle with the county’s six constitutional officers Tuesday when a panel refused her request proposing they be switched to Orange County charter posts. A working group of the Orange County Charter Review Commission turned down Jacobs’ request to recommend a charter amendment, after hearing each of the […]

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Pinellas County Commission expands state human trafficking initiative

Pinellas County Commissioners Tuesday passed an ordinance furthering the work of the Florida Legislature to curb human trafficking. Last year, the legislature approved a bill ultimately signed into law that gave county commissions the authority to place signs in certain locations educating the public about the labor and sex trafficking. The state law enacted in […]

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Ireland: Proposal For More Claiming Races Meets With Uncertainty From Administrators

Richard McCormick's proposal to increase ownership of racehorses in his native Ireland is simple: the introduction of more claiming races will bring about liquidity at the bottom levels of the sport, allowing new owners to participate without burdensome financial outlays. … Continue reading

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