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Land Of Enchantment Day, New Mexico Cup Days Lead 2016 Zia Park Stakes Schedule

The fourth Land of Enchantment card and New Mexico Cup day highlight Zia Park's 2016 stakes schedule that, all told, includes 32 races for both thoroughbreds and quarter horses totaling $3,850,000 in purses. Zia's 56-day meet will get underway on September 10 and run through December 13. The Land of Enchantment day on Nov. 23 […]

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Stewards Fine Tote Company, Employee Over Del Mar Incident

Santa Anita stewards have fined tote company Sportech Racing LLC and a parimutuel employee over an incident that occurred last summer at Del Mar. The Daily Racing Form reports that the incident happened on Sept. 6, in the fifth race on the card. The horse Love on the Road was removed from the wagering pools, but then […]

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Elliott Pilots Longshot Iron Rob To Victory In San Pedro

Longshot Iron Rob made the lead a quarter mile from home and went on to a decisive 1 ½ length victory over heavily favored Denman's Call, providing veteran jockey Stewart Elliott with his first-ever Santa Anita stakes win in Sunday's $75,000 San Pedro Stakes. Trained by George Papaprodomou, Florida-bred Iron Rob covered six furlongs in […]

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BLM Seeks Horse Trainers For Pilot Program

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has been making excess animals removed from the range available for adoption since 1971 and has placed more than 235,000 animals into private care. Over the last 10 years, adoptions have steadily declined to approximately 2,500 animals per year. Adoptions totaled 2,631 animals in FY 2015, compared to 5,701 […]

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Australia: Moody To Quit Training As A Result Of Cobalt Ban

Trainer Peter Moody confirmed Monday that he will not return to the training ranks after his six  month suspension is complete later this year. According to an article at Racing.com, Moody sent a letter to clients on Monday stating that he had determined that he would be unable to make suitable arrangements for his stable of horses during the suspension, which […]

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California Foal Survives Type A Botulism, Typically Fatal

Type A botulism in horses is typically fatal. However, researchers from the University of California, Davis, treated a 10-day-old foal that beat the deadly disease. A paralytic disorder produced by Clostridium botulinum, botulism in horses can take one of three forms: toxicoinfectious, food-borne and wound botulism. The toxicoinfectious form of botulism is typically seen in foals […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Karakontie, New For 2016

The Paulick Report is pleased to introduce a new photo/video feature that will run every other week and will spotlight stallions standing in Kentucky. The series, put together by our friends at EquiSport Photos, will feature stallions that are either just entering stud in 2016, or stallions that have not yet had their first crop […]

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