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December 15, 2018

St. Joe Bay Edges Richard’s Boy To End 12-Race Losing Streak At Los Al

St. Joe Bay ended a 12-race losing streak Friday, edging Richard's Boy in the final yards to win the $59,635 feature at Los Alamitos. Never far off the pace set by longshot Hardcore Troubador while racing in the clear, St. Joe Bay rallied outside the runner-up to prevail by a head – despite jockey Tyler […]

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Weekend Lineup: Sound Check At Gulfstream Park

All eyes (and ears) will be on Todd Pletcher trainee Audible this weekend at Gulfstream Park as the 3-year-old makes his second start finishing third in the Kentucky Derby. Last month, the son of Into Mischief easily captured the listed Cherokee Run Stakes at Churchill Downs on the Breeders' Cup undercard. On Saturday, the Pegasus […]

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Applications Now Being Accepted For 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover

Applications are now open for the Retired Racehorse Project's 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover, presented by Thoroughbred Charities of America! Applications will be accepted through January 15, 2019, and accepted trainers will be announced on February 1, 2019. Now in its fifth year in its current format and at its current location, the Thoroughbred Makeover features competition […]

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Pegasus: Gunnevera Records ‘Very Good’ Second Breeze Since Breeders’ Cup

Margoth's multiple graded-stakes winner Gunnevera breezed Saturday morning over Gulfstream Park West's main track as he continues preparations for a planned start in the $9 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) – the richest Thoroughbred race in North America – Jan. 26 at Gulfstream Park. It was the second work for the 4-year-old Gunnevera since […]

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Veterinarian, Horseman, Editor Matthew Page Mackay-Smith Dies At 86

Matthew Page Mackay-Smith, renowned pioneering equine veterinarian, medical editor for EQUUS magazine, and competitive endurance rider and lifelong foxhunter who located and mapped the colonial roads of Clarke County, Va., died on Dec. 8 at Godfrey House in Berryville, Virginia. He was 86. The son of author, prominent horseman, and National Sporting Library founder Alexander […]

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Takeaways from Tallahassee — When it matters most

With a new statewide gig at a regulatory agency, state Rep. Halsey Beshears is expected to soon vacate his House District 7 seat. It’s a fantastic opportunity for Beshears. But we’re hoping it’s not bad news for the constituents of the sprawling, 10-county district stretches across most of the counties hit hardest by Hurricane Michael. […]

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Hillsborough transit agency seeks transportation tax oversight volunteers

The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority is looking for two residents to fill open positions on the Independent Oversight Committee being created to oversee spending of the one percent sales tax voters approved for transit and transportation improvements. The agency is moving forward with filling its positions on the committee despite a lawsuit challenging the […]

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Broward judge could face discipline

A Broward County circuit judge could receive a public reprimand from the Florida Supreme Court because of what court documents described as “misconduct” during a criminal trial. Circuit Judge Dennis Bailey and an investigative panel of the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission on Thursday submitted an agreement to the Supreme Court calling for Bailey to receive […]

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