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Keeneland To Host Job Fair For 2,000 Seasonal Workers

Keeneland is preparing for its 2019 Fall Meet, to be held Oct. 4-26, by conducting a Hiring Center and Job Fair in September to recruit more than 2,000 seasonal workers. Staffing offers a variety of opportunities, including Keeneland Hospitality’s food and beverage services, Parking and Security, The Keeneland Shop, Admissions, Programs, Track Maintenance and Guest […]

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KentuckyBred.org: Redesigned Website Launched For Kentucky Thoroughbred Association

The Kentucky Thoroughbred Association/Kentucky Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders (KTA/KTOB) have launched a newly redesigned website at KentuckyBred.org. The comprehensive website features a streamlined, responsive design, allowing the site to be fully functional and aesthetically pleasing on all devices. The data-rich website allows for online registration of Kentucky-breds and Kentucky stallions, as well as downloadable registration […]

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Derby Echo? Two Years Later, Judge Changes Result Of Canadian Graded Stakes Race

Two years after the running of the 2017 G3 Canadian Derby, an Alberta judge issued a ruling which has officially altered the results of the race. According to thecomeback.com, Justice J.M. Ross ruled this week that Double Bear is now the official winner of the Northlands Park contest, though Equibase has not changed the results online. The […]

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Report: Hollendorfer Back In At NYRA, Planning To Send Horse To G1 Allen Jerkens

According to the Daily Racing Form’s David Grening, Hall of Fame trainer Jerry Hollendorfer will be allowed to race in at New York Racing Association tracks after all. Hollendorfer told Grening he planned to send a horse to next weekend’s Grade 1 H. Allen Jerkens at Saratoga. The move seems to be a reversal by […]

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Britain: Harsher Penalties For Whip Use May Be Coming Up

British Horseracing Authority chief executive Nick Rust revealed this week he is considering implementing harsher penalties for whip use violations in that country. Rust pointed to comments from jockey Hayley Turner after her win at Royal Ascot that the fine of £1,600 and nine-day suspension she incurred would likely have no impact on her riding […]

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‘State Of The Industry Address’ Scheduled For 2019 Thoroughbred Owner Conference

OwnerView announced today that a panel of industry leaders will participate in a discussion about issues facing the Thoroughbred industry, current measures in place and future plans to solve these issues at the sixth Thoroughbred Owner Conference. The conference will be held at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., from Monday, October 28, through Wednesday, […]

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New Jersey Commission Denies Stay Of Monmouth Trainer Aparna Battula’s Suspension

The New Jersey Racing Commission has denied a request for a stay of an immediate suspension issued to trainer Aparna Battula after the discovery of a cache of needles, syringes and vials of injectable substances during a search of her tack room at Monmouth Park in Oceanport, N.J. Battula was suspended immediately on Aug. 9, […]

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Gorajec: A Way Forward On Regulators And Possible Conflicts Of Interest

Horse racing consultant Joe Gorajec writes in his InsideRacingRegs blog that he was “bewildered, befuddled, baffled and bemused” over a recent issue in which California Horse Racing Board vice chair Madeline Auerbach sold a share of a horse to an executive of The Stronach Group, which owns two California racetracks that the CHRB regulates. Gorajec, […]

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Santa Anita Unveiling New Dining, Hospitality Areas In Advance Of Breeders’ Cup

Santa Anita Park, which will play host to the Breeders’ Cup World Championships for a record 10th time on Nov. 1 & 2, will unveil a number of new patron amenities on Friday, Sept. 27, the start of a 23-day Autumn Meet in Arcadia, Calif. The areas, which are part of a $5 million capital […]

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TwinSpires To Sponsor Ellis Park Juvenile And Debutante

TwinSpires, an industry leader in online and mobile wagering on horse racing, has become the title sponsor of Ellis Park’s pair of 2-year-old stakes. The $100,000 TwinSpires Ellis Park Juvenile and $100,000 TwinSpires Ellis Park Debutante, will be held at the Henderson, Ky., track on Sunday, Aug. 18, with entries taken Thursday. Both races are […]

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