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Gluck Equine Research Center: Participants Needed For 2-Year-Old In Training Study

The University of Kentucky’s Gluck Equine Research Center is conducting a study to examine the rate of injury and illness in North American 2-year-old Thoroughbreds in training. The goal of this project is to determine the rate of injuries in these young horses through early July 2018. Participants are asked to answer several questions weekly […]

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KY Derby Museum Ambassador Winston Announces Retirement

After spending most of his life as the tiny ambassador of the Kentucky Derby Museum, Winston is announcing his final weeks at the Museum. On Monday, March 5, 2018, Winston will head to Old Friends’ Thoroughbred Retirement Farm, where he’ll join several former Kentucky Derby champions and fellow miniature horse, Little Silver Charm. Winston came […]

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Churchill Downs, Derby Divas & Norton Cancer Institute Continue Oaks Sponsorship To Support Local Women’s Breast Health Program

Churchill Downs, Derby Divas and Norton Cancer Institute today announced that they will partner again this year to raise funds during the Kentucky Oaks to help provide care to local women who lack access to breast health screenings and services. To celebrate the continuation of the partnership, Churchill Downs, Derby Divas and Norton Cancer Institute […]

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Connie Winn To Chair ARCI Pari-Mutuel Auditors Committee

Connie Winn, the Oregon Racing Commission’s Supervisor of Account Wagering Hubs has been appointed by ARCI Chairman Jeff Colliton to Chair the Pari-Mutuel Auditors Committee. Sylvie Dubreuil of the Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency (CPMA) has been designated as Vice-Chair. The ARCI Pari-Mutuel Auditors Committee provides the racing regulatory network with essential input concerning wagering system security, […]

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MATCH: Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred Championship Series Returns In 2018

The highly popular MATCH Series (Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred Championships) is returning in 2018 after a 16-year hiatus. The Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association and its affiliates in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania; Maryland Jockey Club (Pimlico Race Course and Laurel Park); Delaware Park; Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment (Parx); Penn National Gaming (Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race […]

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Gulfstream’s Rainbow 6 Jackpot Carries Over For 16th Day, Totals $1,188,993

The 20-cent Rainbow 6 went unsolved for the 16th consecutive program Monday at Gulfstream Park, producing a carryover jackpot of $1,188,992.55 for Wednesday’s card. Multiple tickets with six winners Monday were each worth $67,986.40. A total of $485,898 was wagered Monday into the Rainbow 6, spurred by a carryover of $1,072,444.40    . The popular multi-race wager […]

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Martini Glass Gets First Graded Stakes Win In Royal Delta

Martini Glass rallied from off the pace to capture Monday’s $200,000 Royal Delta (G3) at Gulfstream Park, earning her first graded-stakes success in the mile stakes for older fillies and mares. Second twice in Grade 1 stakes, including a runner-up finish behind Songbird in the Delaware Handicap last year, the 5-year-old daughter of Kitalpha overtook […]

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Santa Anita Single Ticket Pick 6 Jackpot Carryover Exceeds $100,000

There is a Single Ticket Pick 6 Jackpot carryover into Monday at Santa Anita of $100,754.  With a nine-race Presidents’ Day card on tap Monday, the Pick 6 will be comprised of races four through nine.  Approximate post time for Monday’s fourth race is 2:09 p.m. PT. With a two-day carryover of $133,642 coming into […]

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KEEP Day In Frankfort Helps State Legislators ‘Connect The Dots’ Of Horse Industry

The Kentucky Equine Education Project staged its second KEEP Day in Frankfort, with horsemen and horse enthusiasts of all breeds and disciplines interacting with state legislators to discuss the economic importance of equines in their home districts. A prevalent message: Kentucky didn’t become the Horse Capital of the World by being a one-trick pony. Horses of all types contribute significant assets to local […]

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Trainer Nations Believes Two Turns Won’t Be An Issue For Sophomore Justaholic

Trainer Keith Nations was looking for answers from Justaholic in Sunday’s second race at Tampa Bay Downs, a $27,500 conditional allowance/optional claiming event for 3-year-olds racing 7 furlongs. The Kentucky-bred son of Justin Phillip-Luxaholic, by Macho Uno, checked off enough boxes for Nations to consider nominating him to the Grade II, $400,000 Lambholm South Tampa […]

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