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Champion Good Magic Retired to Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms

Multiple Grade 1 winning Champion Good Magic has been retired and will stand at John Sikura’s Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms in Lexington, Kentucky. The son of leading sire Curlin was trained throughout his career by Chad Brown for the co-ownership group of e Five Racing Thoroughbreds and Stonestreet Stables. “Good Magic is a fantastic addition […]

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Freshman Sire Alpha Gets First Winner At Belmont Park

Albie made a successful career debut when he charged from just off the pace to capture a maiden special weight contest on the turf at Belmont Park on Sept. 23. The chestnut colt became the first winner for his dual Grade 1-winning sire, Alpha, whose first crop are hitting the racetrack this year. Breaking alertly under jockey […]

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U.S. Showjumping Team Delivers First World Title At Tryon

The United States delivered a first world team title as they triumphed in a dramatic finale to Friday’s Bank of America Merrill Lynch Jumping Championship at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 (WEG) at Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC). The U.S. Trust Arena rocked to its rafters as McLain Ward powered the host nation […]

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Dream Tree Consigned to 2018 Keeneland November Sale

Dream Tree, an undefeated Grade 1 stakes-winning daughter of top sire Uncle Mo, will be offered as a racing or broodmare prospect by Taylor Made Sales Agency at Keeneland’s 2018 November Breeding Stock Sale. Trained by Bob Baffert, Dream Tree has distinguished herself as one of the best fillies of her generation, counting among her […]

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Guilty Plea In Case Involving Equine Drugs; Feds Seize Customer List

Darren B. Stratton, 45, of Haverhill, Massachusetts, pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to distribute misbranded prescription animal drugs, United States Attorney Scott W. Murray announced. According to court documents and statements made in court, from January 2017 through September 2017, defendant Stratton worked at Horsemen’s Tack, Inc. in Newton, New Hampshire.  Among the […]

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Mobil Solution Wins Catlaunch Stakes Honoring Beloved Ohio-Bred Millionaire

Saturday’s $75,000 Catlaunch Stakes at JACK Thistledown featured a competitive field of eight of the Buckeye State’s finest Accredited foals, 3-year-olds and up, honoring the memory of one of the best Ohio-breds to ever look through a bridle. The Catlaunch, now in its fifth season, is a one and one-sixteenth mile test set at Thistledown […]

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Pharoah Halter Among Offerings At Chicago’s Galloping Out Retirement Program Fundraiser

Galloping Out, the Thoroughbred retirement program serving Chicago racetracks Arlington Park and Hawthorne Race Course, is holding its second annual pig roast fundraiser on Sunday, Sept. 16, at Arrowhead Farm in Long Grove, Ill. In addition to food and drinks, there will be games, live music, raffles and a silent auction with a number of […]

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It’s Official: Triple Crown Winner Justify To Stand At Coolmore’s Ashford Stud

The long-anticipated deal between the owners of Justify and Coolmore America regarding the Triple Crown winner’s stallion career is being finalized, WinStar Farm announced on Friday. “After much deliberation with all the partners, we’ve decided to accept Coolmore’s offer to stand Justify,” said Elliott Walden, president, CEO and racing manager of WinStar Farm. “As you […]

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Kathleen O’Connell Scores Career Win No. 2,000 At Delaware Park

Trainer Kathleen O’Connell notched career victory 2,000 at Delaware Park on Wednesday.  The milestone win came in the sixth race when Charlie Runion’s homebred Wishful Quality won her debut by a head in a $34,000 maiden event. The 2-year-old Florida-bred daughter of Exclusive Quality was ridden by Hector Rafael Diaz, Jr. and returned $53.80 as […]

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Over 350 Thoroughbreds Competed At The New Vocations Charity Horse Show And T.I.P. Championships

The fourth annual New Vocations All-Thoroughbred Charity Horse Show was an astounding success with over 350 horses traveling from 23 states to compete in hunter, jumper, pleasure, dressage and western dressage disciplines. Over $60,000 was raised from the show to support New Vocations efforts to rehab, retrain and rehome retiring racehorses. Held in conjunction with […]

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