State Sen. Joe Gruters filed three bills Friday related to water quality and predicts the issue will dominate this year’s legislative session. “If I had to guess, I’d say the environmental bills will triple from last year,” he said. That’s because red tide dominated politics in a different way in 2018, particularly in coastal communities. […]
The Charles Town 6-12 is set for a mandatory payout on Saturday, the final card of the 2018 racing season at the West Virginia oval. The Pick 6 jackpot wager hasn't been hit since Sept. 29, when it paid $146,170, and the current carryover stands at $252,508. The Charles Town 6-12 is a jackpot style Pick 6 […]
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North American graded stakes action this weekend is highlighted by Saturday's Grade 1 American Oaks at Santa Anita Park. Last out winner of the G2 Sands Point Stakes at Belmont Park, Californiagoldrush is the 5-2 morning line favorite for this field of eight 3-year-old fillies. Paved will be looking to rebound from a poor Breeders' […]
With first post time this weekend set at 12 noon, Santa Anita Park will guarantee a $1 million Jackpot this Saturday and Sunday in its popular 20 cent Rainbow Pick Six. The Rainbow Six will be comprised of races five through 10 on both Saturday and Sunday, with approximate post time for race five on […]
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While restricting caloric intake in horses that need to lose weight is important, new research shows that low-intensity exercise is also key to helping horses shed pounds and garner additional health benefits. A study done by the University of Melbourne used 24 horses and ponies with a body condition score of at least 7 (out […]
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As expected in a major election year, it was out with the old and in with the new in Florida politics. Except the new pretty much resembles the old, with Republicans this year holding the governor’s office, a state Cabinet majority and picking up a U.S. Senate seat after the November elections. The Democrats came […]
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