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August 12, 2017

Weekend Stakes Rundown: The Million

Consider this your weekly guide to the best stakes races in North America. This week we have four grade 1 turf races, headlined by the Arlington Million, and rare graded stops at Ellis Park and Emerald Downs.

Long Journey Home: Paralyzed Jockey Nolan Maintains His Sense Of Humor In Minnesota

English jockey Paul Nolan has been in the United States since the 1980s, and became a popular local rider at Minnesota's Canterbury Park where he earned the nickname “The Sod Surgeon” for his skill on the turf course. In April of 2017, Nolan was paralyzed in a riding accident at Will Rogers Downs, after which […]

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Venezuelan Transfer Delgado Saddles First U.S. Winner At Gulfstream

Trainer Alexis Delgado saddled his first U.S. winner at Gulfstream Park Friday, visiting the winner's circle with Surprising Twist ($12.20) following his 1 ½–length victory in the fifth race. Delgado, who saddled more than 400 winners in Venezuela, ventured to the U.S. four months ago and credits trainer Jenna Antonucci with educating him about the […]

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Arlington Million Card Features Trio Of Guaranteed Pools

Arlington International Racecourse will offer a trio of guaranteed pools on Saturday's Arlington Million card. A $150,000 guaranteed Pick-5 will begin on the eighth race (Bruce D. Memorial) and will cover the final five races of the day. A $300,000 guaranteed Pick-4 will start on the ninth race (American St. Leger), and a $100,000 guaranteed Pick-3 will […]

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The Ups and Downs Of Technology In Equine Veterinary Medicine

Technology has changed the face of the veterinary world. Clients associate a vet utilizing the newest advances in technology as being cutting-edge and committed to the highest standard of equine care. As such, utilizing technology can be seen as a form of marketing for practitioners and their teams. However, not all technology is good for […]

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