Josh Elliott, who came from ABC's “Good Morning America” to NBC Sports with great fanfare as the heir apparent to hosting major events like the Olympics and Triple Crown races, unceremoniously parted ways with the peacock network in a Christmas … Continue reading →
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Karl Broberg is racing away with this year's training titles in Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas tracks. He was the leading trainer at Evangeline Downs, Louisiana Downs, Delta Downs, Remington Park, and Lone Star Park. And according to ESPN, his 418 … Continue reading →
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On-line poker Amaya Inc. said it will appeal a judgment issued Wednesday by a state judge in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and will avail itself of any and all remedies available to it. The litigation was filed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 2010 and sought recovery … Continue reading →
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French jockey Flavien Prat, who suffered a serious back injury in a spill Sept. 17 at Los Alamitos, said he is excited to be returning to his craft for Santa Anita Park's opening day program on Saturday. Prat, 23, who … Continue reading →
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Retired jockey Rosie Napravnik made a Christmas Day announcement that she and her husband, trainer Joe Sharp, as expecting their second child, putting any talk of a possible comeback on the back burner – at least for now. “For those … Continue reading →
Performances don't always go as planned, as anyone who has been on stage can tell you. Add in children or animals, and it's likely that at least one thing (if not more!) will go awry. The East Anglia's Children's Hospices' … Continue reading →
The Los Angeles Times reminded its readers that the traditional day-after-Christmas opening of Santa Anita Park on Saturday is an opportunity for people from all levels of the economic strata to enjoy a day of racing, from $5 general admission to the … Continue reading →
In the racing world, while Christmas is mostly a day off, the day after Christmas is one of the more popular days on the racing calendar. It's the traditional day racing returns to Southern California's Santa Anita for its winter/spring … Continue reading →
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North Bridge Equine Associates in Concord, Mass., uses some rather unconventional methods to help heal the horses in their care. It can be very difficult to close lacerations on horses that may be located over high-motion areas like the knee, … Continue reading →
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