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Donna Barton Brothers
Around The Track Podcast Presented By Taylor Made: NBC Sports’ Donna Barton Brothers

For nearly two decades, Donna Barton Brothers has played an integral role in NBC Sports’ coverage of the Triple Crown and other important events. Her interviews on horseback have captured some of the most dramatic moments horse racing has to offer. In this episode of Around the Track, Brothers gives us a peek behind the scenes […]

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Britain: Jockey Receives Lengthy Suspension For Misjudging Finish Line & Easing Horse

Jockey James Ridley was suspended 28 days by stewards after he eased up his mount during a race – thinking he had it won – last week at England’s Newbury Race Course. According to a report in The Sun, Ridley was aboard Lookslikerainted in the Hunters’ Chase at Newbury. The duo had a significant lead on […]

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Arrogate dominates the Dubai World Cup
Grimthorpe: Frankel, Arrogate Have Same ‘Excitement Factor’

Arrogate’s performance in Saturday’s G1 Dubai World Cup has drawn accolades from around the world. The gray/roan colt has also drawn comparisons to another ‘freakishly talented’ racehorse, one that also sported the same green and pink Juddmonte Farm silks – undefeated Frankel. While in all honesty, it’s difficult to really compare the two colts, since Frankel […]

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The now-gelded President Trump peers out from his stall at trainer Justin Snaith's stable. (photo courtesy trainer Justin Snaith)
South Africa: Name Change Required For ‘Problematic’ President Trump

The equine President Trump, who made headlines earlier this month for having to be gelded due to his ‘unmanageable’ behavior, now has undergone yet another significant change. According to the Racing Post, the National Horseracing Authority (NHA), the principle governing body of the industry in South Africa, has ruled that President Trump must have his name […]

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Hay Now: University of Kentucky Dispels Horse Forage Myths

Many horse owners consider their horses part of the family; as such, they want to make sure that their equine has the best feed available. However, when it comes to hay, its selection and determining its quality, horse owners have a lot to learn. An uneducated decision can lead to a wallop to the wallet: […]

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Hence wins the Sunland Derby
Calumet’s Hence Surprises At 10-1 In Sunland Derby

Brad Kelley’s Calumet Farm-owned and bred sophomore Hence came away with a 3 3/4-length victory in Sunday’s G3 Sunland Derby for trainer Steve Asmussen, surprising bettors at odds of 10-1. The son of Street Boss, piloted by local rider Alfredo Juarez, Jr., covered nine furlongs in 1:48.10 on the fast main track at Sunland, earning […]

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Arrogate won the 2017 Dubai World Cup over Gun Runner
Arrogate ‘Wasn’t Really Tired’ After Dubai World Cup, Will Have A Break Before Next Start

Juddmonte Farm’s Arrogate blew away the competition against all odds after a nightmarish start in Saturday’s Dubai World Cup, and Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert said that the colt will get a well-deserved vacation before his next race. Despite the 4-year-old son of Unbridled Song’s four consecutive jaw-dropping performances, Baffert told that the […]

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Delgadillo To Return From Collarbone Injury In Mid-April

Jockey Agapito Delgadillo, 50, suffered a collarbone injury on Feb. 19 at Santa Anita Park. The rider has since returned to exercising horses in the mornings, and is planning a mid-April return to the races, according to “It got better and better,” said Sue McBrayer, explaining that Delgadillo did not need surgery. On that […]

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Arrogate's triumph in the Dubai World Cup made him the richest North American racehorse in history
World’s Richest Horse Race: Sheikh Mohammed Plans Purse Increase For Dubai World Cup

Saturday saw Juddmonte’s Arrogate take down the Dubai World Cup in spectacular fashion to become the richest North American racehorse in history, boasting a mind-boggling $17 million in earnings. On the same night, reports The National, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, vice president of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, made a public promise: he will increase […]

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Fast and Accurate (gray) will be a late nominee to the Triple Crown, making him eligible for the Kentucky Derby
Hansen Will Put Up $200,000 Late Nomination Fee For Spiral Winner Fast And Accurate

Dr. Kendall Hansen, owner of Saturday’s G3 Spiral Stakes winner Fast and Accurate at Turfway Park, told that he intends to put up the requisite $200,000 late fee to nominate the colt to the Triple Crown. With the 50 points the son of Hansen accrued in his victory over the synthetic surface, Fast and […]

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