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Turner (green silks) and Manrrique-Guerrero in the stretch run at Will Rogers Downs
Suspension, Anger Management Class Result From Mid-Race Jockey Altercation

You could say this is a case of a horse race breaking out in the middle of a fight. Jockey Freddy Jose Manrrique-Guerrero has been suspended 30 days and ordered to attend an anger management class by Will Rogers Downs stewards for an altercation with fellow jockey Natalie Turner in the stretch run of the […]

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Edgard Zayas
Zayas Transported To Hospital After Gulfstream Spill, Injuries Not Serious

Two jockeys were unseated at the top of the stretch during a spill in Wednesday’s eighth race at Gulfstream Park. Jose Caraballo, whose mount Okeemeister sustained an injury and was subsequently euthanized, walked to first-aid complaining of soreness. Edgard Zayas, whose mount Shere Khan fell but escaped serious injury, was transported by ambulance to Memorial […]

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Breeders’ Cup: 30 Candidates On Ballot For Member Election

The Breeders’ Cup has announced today that 30 individuals are on the ballot for the election of 19 Breeders’ Cup Members. On June 6, the Breeders’ Cup Election Web Site will open for the 2015 Breeders’ Cup foal and stallion nominators to begin the voting process. Of the 30 candidates on the ballot, 13 are […]

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Ring Weekend shown winning the Tampa Bay Derby under Daniel Centeno
Injured Daniel Centeno Returns Home, May Miss 6-8 Weeks

Journeyman rider Daniel Centeno has returned home to Tampa, Fla. to continue his recovery from a fractured collarbone suffered during the fourth race on the Preakness Day undercard. Centeno, 44, was injured when his mount, 4-year-old filly Pramedya, suffered a fatal breakdown in the 1 1/16-mile optional claiming allowance on the turf course. Centeno was […]

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Tim Glyshaw with his first graded stakes winner, Bullards Alley
Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: ‘Wild’ Bullards Alley Rewards Glyshaw’s Patience

He may be a bit blunt, often sarcastic, and disparagingly enough in Kentucky, an avid Indiana University fan, but Tim Glyshaw is a trainer that takes time to understand and appreciate each of the horses in his barn. Moments after achieving his long-time goal of winning a graded stakes race, Glyshaw took to Facebook to […]

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Arthur B. 'Bull' Hancock, Jr.
Pillars Of The Turf: Arthur B. ‘Bull Hancock Jr., William Woodward Sr. Elected To Hall Of Fame

Arthur B. “Bull” Hancock, Jr. and William Woodward, Sr., two of the most important and respected individuals in American thoroughbred racing during the 20th century, have been elected to the National Museum of Racing’s Hall of Fame as the 2016 Pillars of the Turf selections. The Pillars of the Turf category is designated to honor […]

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Jockey Michelle Payne was all smiles after her historic Melbourne Cup victory
Australia: Older Brother Urges Michelle Payne To Retire After Nasty Spill

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne, who is recovering from abdominal injuries suffered in a spill earlier this week, is being urged to retire by her older brother. The Sydney Morning Herald reports that Paddy Payne, a former champion jockey in Australia and Hong Kong, is strongly pushing for his younger sibling to hang up her tack. Michelle Payne currently […]

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Hall of Fame induction ceremony
Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony Limited To Museum Members Only

Because of high demand and limited available seating, the National Museum of Racing’s 2016 Hall of Fame induction ceremony, scheduled for Friday, Aug. 12 at 10:30 a.m. at Fasig-Tipton, will require a ticket, which will be available exclusively to Museum members. Museum members can reserve a maximum of two tickets on a first come, first […]

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Bad fall at Taree in New South Wales injures four jockeys.
Five-Horse Fall Hospitalizes Four Jockeys In Australia

At the Taree races on Monday, leading New South Wales apprentice Samantha Clenton’s mount broke down and initiated a chain reaction that resulted in four total jockeys being transported to the hospital, according to The Daily Mail. The jockeys transported to the hospital included Clenton, who suffered a fractured collarbone, Kaylee Kirkwood, who required stitches […]

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Dr. Paul Gutheil elected President of the Ohio Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders
Ohio Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners Announces Board Of Directors

The Ohio Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners announced the results of their Board of Directors election and officers serving the Board. The OTBO Board unanimously elected officers – Dr. Paul Gutheil, President; Tom McCann, Vice President; Bruce Ryan, Treasurer and Gary Aiken, Secretary. Re-elected to the Board were Gary Aiken, Dayton, Ohio; Kris Nemann, New Richmond, […]

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