Jonathon Kinchen of Austin, Texas, won four National Handicapping Championship (NHC) qualifying contests in his first full year of play and earned 19,026 points overall to win the 2015 Daily Racing Form NHC Tour, which ended Sunday following a three-day … Continue reading →
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Canterbury Park racing officials today announced the 2016 thoroughbred stakes schedule which includes 25 races and a record $1.885 million in purses. The 23rd Minnesota Festival of Champions, a day of racing reserved for horses bred in the state, will … Continue reading →
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The CARMA Board has awarded more than $500,000 to 25 separate charitable organizations caring for retired California racehorses. “We are extremely proud of the work we have done over the past year. These funds will help buy much needed hay, … Continue reading →
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Aly Strainer has been named as the Director of Marketing & Membership at the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association. Aly is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire and joins TOBA after working at Top Marketing Group & Publication … Continue reading →
Thoroughbreds once ruled the ring in the English show horse and field hunting world. They were superstar hunters, top level jumpers and they led the pack through creeks and over banks on the hunt, not to mention combining all of … Continue reading →
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Northview PA's Open House will be held Saturday, January 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the farm in Peach Bottom, Pa. It's the perfect opportunity to inspect the top-ranked stallions in the region, check out young exciting prospects, … Continue reading →
Trainer Michael Dickinson has sued Keeneland Association in an attempt to collect $395,874.18 a federal judge ruled Dickinson is owed by Martin Collins Surfaces & Footings, the company that manufactured and sold the synthetic racing surface known as Polytrack and … Continue reading →
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