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July 5, 2017

HBPA’s Hamelback: We ‘Support Clean Racing In Our Sport. Period.’

Eric Hamelback, CEO of the National HBPA authored the following response to a piece written by Ray Paulick Wednesday regarding the outcome of the federal trial of trainer Murray Rojas in Pennsylvania: The National Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association and Pennsylvania HBPA support clean racing in our sport. Period. Despite what Mr. Paulick writes on […]

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Illinois: Plainfield Community Rallies After Early Morning Barn Fire Kills 18 Horses

The equine community of Plainfield, Illinois, are doing what they can to help support people that lost horses after an early morning fire destroyed a local boarding stable, killing 18 horses. The Daily Herald reports that 12 horses survived the blaze that engulfed Del Real Stables early Wednesday morning. Three of the horses were taken to an area veterinary clinic, while the […]

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Yoshida Steps Up for Belmont Derby

WinStar Farm and Head of Plains Partners' Yoshida will get his class tested July 8, but considering what he's done on the racetrack so far, the Japanese-bred might have the most upside in a stout Belmont Derby Invitational (G1T) field.

Back, Knee Injuries Sideline Jockey Pimentel Up To Three Months

Journeyman jockey Julian Pimentel will miss the rest of Laurel Park's summer meet and at least the early part of its fall stand with back and knee injuries suffered in a spill during training hours July 1. Agent Roniel Garcia said Pimentel, 36, fractured the T-12 vertebrae in his back and tore the meniscus and […]

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