19 Defendants Enter Not Guilty Pleas in Doping Scandal; Government Outlines ‘Voluminous’ Evidence

Thoroughbred trainers Jason Servis and Jorge Navarro were among 19 defendants in a Thoroughbred and Standardbred racing doping scandal who pleaded not guilty on federal charges in an arraignment and initial pre-trial conference conducted telephonically on Thursday by District Court Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil in the Southern District of New York. The defendants – trainers, […]

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Delaware Harness Owners Work Out Deal To Distribute Purses From Cancelled Cards At Dover Downs

The Delaware Standardbred Owners Association (DSOA) has been working to help our harness racing community during this Covid-19 pandemic while our racing has been suspended. We are happy to announce that Delaware Harness Racing Commission approved a plan on March 31 to distribute purses from the final two weeks of the Dover Downs meet that were […]

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Kentucky Racing Dates Committee: Too Early To Project A Timeline For Return Of Racing

As much as Kentucky horsemen would like to see life get back to normal and horses in a post parade, commissioners say it’s too early to project a return to live racing in the state. “We are unable at this time to suggest a timeline for the reopening of live racing,” said Frank Kling, chairman […]

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Discover Florida: Florida Horse Park Serves Sport Horses And Thoroughbreds

The following sponsored article is from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Nicole “Nikki” Fried, Commissioner. The Florida Agriculture Center and Horse Park is a 500-acre multi-purpose recreational, sporting and educational venue located in Ocala, Fla. Although it continues to expand, the facility currently includes four state-of-the-art Martin Collins fiber arenas, a 90,000 […]

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‘It’s All About The Horses’: Mott Nearing 5,000 Win Milestone

Trainer Bill Mott is nearing another milestone in his Hall of Fame career. According to Equibase, racing’s official data gathering organization, Mott entered Thursday with 4,987 career victories. Only six trainers in North American history have reached 5,000 career victories, one being perennial Oaklawn champion Steve Asmussen. Mott, based in south Florida in the winter […]

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Mott Barn Full Of Promising Contenders For Postponed American Classics

Riley Mott is not one for stall rest. The world-traveling assistant trainer is currently riding out the remainder of a travel-imposed quarantine in Florida after returning from Dubai with last year’s Grade 2 Wood Memorial winner Tacitus. “For now, I’m home with my fiancé and the dog,” said Mott, who had been overseas since saddling […]

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County Health Officer Shuts Down Live Racing At Golden Gate Fields

In accordance with instructions received this morning from the Alameda County Public Health Officer, Golden Gate Fields will temporarily close for live racing effective immediately in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Golden Gate Fields is abiding by the instructions issued two weeks ago by the California Horse Racing Board to operate under the sanction of […]

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Sky Racing World To Launch Japan NAR Simulcasting On April 5

Sky Racing World, the Louisville, Ky.-based distributor of international horse racing content and subsidiary of Australian wagering operator Tabcorp, has announced the launch of a new simulcasting product that will make Japan National Association of Racing (NAR) horse racing available to North American audiences. The service will officially launch on Sunday night, April 5th, with […]

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BHA To Delay Jumps Racing Until July, Hopes To Resume Flat Racing In May

The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) announced on Tuesday that it will delay the resumption of jump racing until the beginning of July. This decision was made following an initial proposal from the National Trainers Federation (NTF), with the aim being to provide clarity to the trainers and owners of jump horses and to assist them […]

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Stallion Spotlight: Shadwell Farm’s Kent Barnes And Greg Clarke On Tamarkuz

Stallion Spotlight offers stud farm representatives a chance to address breeders and answer questions as they finalize their mating decisions for the 2020 breeding season. This time around, Shadwell Farm stallion manager Kent Barnes and farm manager Greg Clarke discuss Tamarkuz, the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile winner whose first foals are 2-year-olds of 2020. Tamarkuz […]

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