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EHV-1 outbreak in Utah appears to be over

The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food has announced that the recent EHV-1 outbreak appears to be over and horse owners should feel free to participate in rodeos, horse shows, parades and other horse events.

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First winner for champion English Channel

Grass champion English Channel got his first winner when his 2-year-old daughter Ann of the Dance won at Arlington Park June 18, reports the Blood-Horse. Ann of the Dance, part of English Channel’s first crop, was bred by Bluegrass Hall. English Channel stands at Lane’s End Farm in Kentucky.

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So You Think is pin-up boy for NZ thoroughbred industry

Despite So You Think’s defeat by Rewilding at Royal Ascot last week, Mike Martin, chief executive of the New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association, believes So You Think might just be the biggest advertisement for the New Zealand thoroughbred industry in decades, writes Barry Lichter in Sport. Martin and his wife, Susan Archer, bred Triassic, the […]

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Unrivaled Belle injured, retired

Unrivaled Belle broke her withers when she fell backward waiting to be saddled for Belmont Park’s Ogden Phipps Handicap Saturday, according to David Grening in the Daily Racing Form. Her connections announced her retirement early Saturday evening. Trainer Bill Mott expressed frustration over what he felt was an inordinate amount of time Unrivaled Belle had […]

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OBS June sale under tack show begins

White Glove, a Mr. Sekiguchi filly, went three furlongs in :33 3/5 for the fastest work at that distance June 18 at the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. under tack show for the sale of 2-year-olds in training and horses of racing age, according to the Blood-Horse. The session’s fastest half-mile breeze was put in by […]

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Tattersalls has most winners at Royal Ascot

PRESS RELEASE Tattersalls sales graduates were represented by more 2011 Royal Ascot winners than all other European sales companies combined: Fame And Glory – Gold Cup, Gr. 1 Prohibit – King’s Stand Stakes, Gr. 1 Rewilding – Prince of Wales’s Stakes, Gr. 1 Society Rock – Golden Jubilee Stakes, Gr. 1 Lolly For Dolly – […]

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Uncle Mo could return to track in month

Unclo Mo, the 2010 2-year-old champion, is on the road back to training at WinStar Farm in Versailles, KY, according to the Courier-Journal. Owner Mike Repole said Uncle Mo is going in the right direction and could return to Todd Pletcher’s barn in about a month. “Hopefully, if we can get him back, he can […]

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Stem cell treatment for laminitis

Stem cell treatment appears to offer a solution to two challenges faced by veterinarians when treating laminitis, relieving pain and encouraging new growth, according to a comprehensive article by Denise Steffanus in Thoroughbred Times. Great strides have been made in recent years at several equine medical facilities, including Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, […]

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Zorn: What do we do about Lasix?

In the final post of a three-part series on the use of race-day Lasix, a subject of the recent medication summit at Belmont Park, Steve Zorn analyzes the options available for American racing. For many reasons the use of Lasix in U.S. racing seems to make sense, but the problem of public and political perception […]

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Darley Flying Start program welcomes 2011-13 trainees

PRESS RELEASE Darley Flying Start Announces the trainees for the 2011 – 2013 programme   The Darley International Student Programme is proud to announce the latest intake of trainees for the two-year Darley Flying Start scholarship. The group for 2011 – 2013 is comprised of 12 individuals from seven different countries. PRESS RELEASE Darley Flying […]

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