For many foals born on farms too remote to easily access an equine hospital with ventilators and round-the-clock care, the inability to catch their breath can spell big trouble. The Horse reports that a group of Australian veterinarians have recently modified a … Continue reading →
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American-born trainer Gina Rarick (writing as Backside) and racing journalist Alan Shuback (Frontside) are bringing a unique behind the scenes look each week from France's Hippodrome de la Cote d'Azur, a multi-purpose track that offers Thoroughbred racing during a six-week … Continue reading →
Fasig-Tipton held its Midlantic Winter Mixed sale Jan. 31 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, and officials were pleased with the results. The Blood-Horse reports that although there was a slight decline in the average (2.7 percent), the median rose – from $4,000 … Continue reading →
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Mahoning Valley Race Course will host the Best of Ohio series of stakes races for the first time this year. According to a report in the Daily Racing Form, the five stakes races, which are restricted to Ohio-breds, will be run Oct. 29. … Continue reading →
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After more than 50 years in the racing industry – most of that as the top executive of the New York Racing Association's parimutuel department – Pat Mahony officially retired at the end of the racing day Jan. 31. In his … Continue reading →
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“Why Do They Do That? Behavior and Training of Horses” is the over-arching theme of the upcoming Horse Management Seminar hosted by the Rutgers Equine Science Center and Rutgers Cooperative Extension. Hosted on Sunday, February 14, 2016, at their New … Continue reading →
The 2016 Road to the Kentucky Derby continued to heat up with two early stepping stones to Louisville – the Holy Bull Stakes and the Swale – contested at Gulfstream Park. In the G2 Swale Stakes, Awesome Banner remained undefeated when drawing off to … Continue reading →
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Dr. Lee Townsend, of the University of Kentucky Department of Entomology, offered a recap of blister beetles and alfalfa in the January issue of Equine Disease Quarterly, published by Gluck Equine Research Center. Townsend explained that blister beetles belong to a family … Continue reading →
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Brett Santangelo, 22, scored his first career training victory Sunday when Charnocks drew in off the also-eligible list and won the third race at Turfway Park. Santangelo has been in the money with all four of his starters this year, … Continue reading →
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The 20-cent Rainbow 6 went unsolved for the 14th straight program at Gulfstream Park Sunday, resulting in a $359,359.39 carryover for Wednesday's 11-race card. Multiple tickets were sold with all six winners Saturday, each worth $23,742.04 The popular multi-race program … Continue reading →