Maria Borell, who trained 2015 Eclipse Award-winning sprinter Runhappy for Jim and Linda McIngvale but was terminated the day after the Super Saver colt won the Oct. 31 Breeders' Cup Sprint, has a court date in Lexington, Ky., on Friday in a civil suit alleging she owes the Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital more than […]
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Hansen's Victory took the lead at the start and never looked back as he charged to a 1 3/4-length victory in the first race at Hastings Race Course to become champion Hansen's first winner. The Blood-Horse reports that Hansen's Victory, a bay gelding out of the multiple stakes winner, Victory With Class (by Stormy Victory), covered the […]
There are many simple ways to reduce a farm's biosecurity risk, reports Equine Guelph. By completing a 10-minute survey, the Biosecurity Risk Calculator can suggest easy-to-implement, on-farm practices to reduce the likelihood that an infectious disease will be brought onto or spread on your farm. Equine Guelph has dubbed 2016 the “Year of Biosecurity,” as […]
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Halters worn by Triple Crown winner American Pharoah; such popular racehorses as Kentucky Derby winners Animal Kingdom, California Chrome and Smarty Jones; and world-famous stallions including Distorted Humor, Dubawi, Medaglia d'Oro and War Front are being offered in an online auction to raise money for Central Kentucky Riding for Hope, the 35-year-old program at the […]
Two-time Kentucky Oaks winning sire Proud Citizen was euthanized on June 4 at Brereton and Elizabeth Jones's Airdrie Stud due to complications from laminitis. Proud Citizen had been treated for chronic laminitis since 2012, but had remained comfortable under the care of Dr. Scott Morrison until taking a turn for the worst late last week. […]
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Racing Victoria stewards will have cobalt samples from several banned trainers retested as a matter of ‘due diligence', according to a new report at Racing.com. Chairman of stewards Terry Bailey stated that samples from the barns of trainers Mark Kavanagh, Danny O'Brien, and Lee and Shannon Hope would be retested after the trainers claimed that Racing […]
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The jackpot on the Golden Pick 6 will begin at $1,250,824.74 when racing resumes Thursday at Golden Gate Fields. On Sunday there were 12 winning tickets worth $9,515.70. The jackpot is paid only when there is a single ticket with all six winners. A victory by No. 1 Schwyz (10th) or No. 7 Pepper and […]
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The 20-cent Rainbow 6 jackpot at Gulfstream Park was hit for $307,207.48 Sunday. The only winning ticket with the 6-3-1-2-1-11 combination was one of 21,094 tickets purchased online by a single bettor from an ADW. The total wager was $4,218.80. There were eight horses eligible to take down the jackpot with a victory in the […]
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The Great Race Place was the place to be on Saturday as two of the top older mares in the country – Beholder and Stellar Wind – squared off in the G1 Vanity Mile. Beholder once again turned in an incredible performance, pulling away to win by 1 1/2 lengths. Also at Santa Anita, Midnight Storm […]
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Horses that travel long distances experience jet lag just like people, researchers from New Zealand have determined. Research at Massey University analyzed Vitamin D metabolites, or calciotropic hormones, in blood drawn from horses around both the longest and shortest days of the year. Researchers were interested in the circadian rhythms of horses near both seasonal […]
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