Quarter Horses

Quarter Horses Running In Unsanctioned Races At Higher Risk For EIA

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) has reported that Quarter horses that run in unsanctioned races are at a significantly higher risk of spreading equine infection anemia (EIA) than their non-racing and different breed counterparts. EIA is a viral disease that has no vaccine and no cure. EIA infection is determined through a Coggins […]

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Communication, Technology Spotlighted As Track Superintendents’ Field Day Concludes

The 18th Track Superintendents’ Field Day wrapped up Tuesday at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races after a variety of speakers and panelists covered a range of topics, often with a recurring theme about the importance of communication and technology. The two-day event attracted more than 100 track supers and their crews from Thoroughbred and […]

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Minnesota Racing Commission Offering Funding To Aftercare Organizations

The Minnesota Racing Commission (MRC) is seeking 501(c) (3) non-profit racehorse aftercare organizations that have been in operation at least one year to be considered for funding.  The MRC is dedicated to preserving and protecting the quality of life of racehorses once their racing careers have ended.  These funds are generated by legislation passed in […]

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Fractional Ownership Seminar Scheduled For April 15 At Indiana Grand

The Indiana Horse Racing Commission (IHRC) is proud to announce their second seminar for 2018. On April 15, IHRC invites anyone interested in learning how they can get into horse racing, at a fraction of the cost, to a free fractional ownership seminar to be held at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino in Shelbyville. The […]

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Hold Air Hostage Annihilates Field In $1.3 Million All American Derby

Darling Farms’ Hold Air Hostage showed why he is the number-one-ranked older quarter horse in the nation with a total domination of his rivals in the Grade 1, $1,365,908 All American Derby on Sunday afternoon at Ruidoso Downs. Supporting the All American Derby was the $100,000 First Down Dash for horses that did not qualify for the All […]

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Tennessee Officials Say 19 Racing Quarter Horses Now Infected In Piroplasmosis Outbreak

According to the following release, Tennessee officials have upped the count of horses infected with equine piroplasmosis from 17 earlier this month to 19. An investigation is ongoing. The state veterinarian’s office is investigating an outbreak of Equine Piroplasmosis (EP) in a group of racing Quarter Horses in Tennessee. EP is a blood parasite that […]

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Nominations For Heritage Place Quarter Horse Yearling Sale Due June 17

The nation’s largest Quarter Horse Yearling Sale will be held on September 22, 23 and 24 at Heritage Place in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The deadline for nominations to the 38th Annual Quarter Horse Yearling Sale is Friday June 17. “We believe the auction method of marketing will continue to yield positive results for our consignors […]

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Equibase Introduces New Quarter Horse Statistical Area On Website

Equibase Company LLC has introduced Quarter Horse information on equibase.com that includes leaders’ lists, leaders by track, and individual profile pages for horses and their human connections. “With the launch of this new statistical area on equibase.com, we are once again broadening our menu of free data so that fans who enjoy American Quarter Horse […]

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R.D. Hubbard Now Sole Owner Of Ruidoso Downs After Buying Out Partners

R.D. Hubbard has purchased the Ruidoso Downs’ interests of Dr. Ed Allred and Bruce Rimbo and Hubbard is now sole owner of the track. Previously, Hubbard had a 72-percent interest in Ruidoso Downs. Shaun Hubbard, who has been the track’s general manager, will now assume the roles of president and general manager. “I’m very proud […]

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Los Alamitos Owner: I ‘Couldn’t Go On’ If Opponents Prevail In Drug Testing Case

Dr. Edward Allred, owner of Los Alamitos Race Course in Cypress, Calif., may have lost a court ruling last month to prevent him from using hair testing to enforce a 2015 house rule banning clenbuterol in Quarter Horses, but he is not giving up on the issue without a fight. “You can be assured I’m […]

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