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Racing’s Stars Set To Shine During Keeneland’s Opening ‘Fall Stars’ Weekend

WinStar Farm’s American Patriot, winner of this spring’s Maker’s 46 Mile (G1) at Keeneland, and two-time Grade 1 winner Divisidero headline the list of horses nominated to Keeneland’s Fall Stars Weekend on Oct. 6-8, the opening weekend of the 17-day Fall Meet that runs through Oct. 28. Fall Stars Weekend features nine graded stakes worth […]

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Hopeful Winner Sporting Chance To Miss Remainder Of Year Due To Knee Chip

Sporting Chance, winner of the G1 Hopeful Stakes, will miss the remainder of the year after having a chip removed from a knee. The Daily Racing Form reports that the 2-year-old son of Tiznow will be out of training for six weeks. In an interview with the DRF on Monday trainer D. Wayne Lukas said that he had been pointing […]

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Little Red Feather Presents Partners In Racing: Five Questions With Rick Gold

Rick Gold is a retired Silicon Valley entrepreneur, executive and investor who co-founded four high-tech companies and most recently served as the CEO of CalAmp Corp.  He has extensive experience with board governance, having served on the boards of 20 organizations in the public, private and non-profit sectors.  A Cornell University graduate, he received an […]

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European Champion Sprinter Quiet Reflection To Be Sold At Tattersalls December Mares Sale

The outstanding dual Group 1 winning sprinter Quiet Reflection is to be sold at the forthcoming Tattersalls December Mares Sale which takes place December 4 – 7. Trained by Karl Burke, the 4-year-old daughter of Showcasing established herself as one of the finest sprinting fillies of recent years with impressive wins in last year’s Group […]

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International Appeal: Weld Sending Zhukova, The Grey Gatsby To Belmont For G1 Contests

Top Irish trainer Dermot Weld will bring some international flair to the Belmont Fall Championship Meet with a pair of nominees for the Grade 1, $500,000 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic, topped by John D. Murrell’s Zhukova. Zhukova, a 5-year-old Irish-bred mare by Fastnet Rock, will return to the site of her biggest career win to […]

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Aussie Trainer Suspended, Fined $75,000 For Conduct ‘Prejudicial To The Image, Interests Or Welfare Of Racing’

Trainer Ciaron Maher, considered a ‘rising star’ in the Australian training ranks, has been suspended six months and fined $75,000 after admitting he “should have known” that five horses that he trained were owned by convicted felon Peter Foster. Punters.com reports that Maher, who captured the 2016 Group 1 Caulfield Cup with Jameka, conceded he should’ve […]

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Public Memorial Service For Penny Chenery To Be Held At Keeneland Oct. 9

The Tweedy family announced Sunday that a public celebration of Helen “Penny” Chenery’s life will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 9, at the Keeneland Sales Pavilion in Lexington, Ky., where friends of the late “First Lady of Thoroughbred Racing” will reminisce and honor her contributions to the sport. All are invited to […]

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Know Before You Go: Preparation Key To Helping At A Disaster Site

In the wake of the fires, hurricanes, earthquakes and other natural disasters occurring around the world, it’s understandable that many people feel compelled to action. Horse people are notoriously generous with their time, resources and finances when one of their own is in crisis. While this can mean everything from sending a check to physically […]

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Apprentice Roman Nails Down Second Los Al Title In A Row

Apprentice jockey Evin Roman earned his second consecutive Los Alamitos riding title while training honors went to Doug O’Neill as the Los Angeles County Fair meet concluded Sunday. The 12-day season was highlighted by a record fourth local stakes success for Soi Phet, a stakes double for the trainer-jockey combination of Jeff Bonde and Hall of […]

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Untrapped Gives Asmussen First Oklahoma Derby Victory

Michael Langford’s Untrapped came off a two-month break to run past Battle of Midway in Sunday’s Grade 3 Oklahoma Derby, cruising under the wire a two-length winner. The 3-year-old son of Trappe Shot, ridden by Ricardo Santana, Jr., pressed the pace early, dropped back slightly, and came running again in the lane to give Steve […]

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