Terry Finley

Equine Advocates To Honor Finley, Polisseni At Annual Awards Dinner

In celebrating 22 years of equine rescue work and 17 years of holding its biggest event of the year in Saratoga, Equine Advocates will be honoring West Point Thoroughbreds’ CEO and founder, Terry Finley, with the Safe Home Equine Protection Award at the Canfield Casino in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on Aug. 2 at its annual […]

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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: ‘You’ve Got To Be In It For The Horses’

Sometimes it’s a little bit of foresight that makes all the difference in hindsight. That was thinking behind Jill and Shane Rose‘s decision to put the note on the papers of the colt they bred and sold at last year‘s Fasig-Tipton Kentucky October Yearling Sale. Affixed to the horse’s Jockey Club registration papers, the note […]

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West Point Admires ‘Versatility’ Of My Boy Jack, Purchases Interest

A member of last year’s Kentucky Derby-winning entourage of owners, West Point Thoroughbreds has just purchased an interest in 2018 contender My Boy Jack. According to bloodhorse.com, the 3-year-old son of Creative Cause will carry the silks of Monomoy Stable (Sol Kumin) on the first Saturday in May. “I’ve always liked this horse and admire his […]

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Finley Joins WHOA: ‘It’s Time To Make A Move’

“For many years, I thought bringing in an outside entity to manage our sport’s drug testing and anti-doping programs was a bad idea. “My outlook has changed. “Think about this – on January 27, 1934, The BloodHorse published an article describing the extensive efforts of the National Association of State Racing Commissioners and their goal […]

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Ring Weekend Kicks Off 2018 In Style With Gulfstream Win

Multiple graded-stakes winner Ring Weekend sparkled in his 2018 debut Sunday at Gulfstream Park, rolling through the stretch to score impressively in the featured 11th race, a mile optional claiming allowance on turf. Owned by West Point Thoroughbreds, the 7-year-old gelding saved ground along the backstretch under Jose Ortiz as Hockey School cut out solid fractions of  24.21 […]

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Appelbaum Succeeds Retiring Violette As President Of New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association

The New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association announced the results of its 2017 election for President and Board of Directors today. Joseph Appelbaum, running unopposed, was elected to his first term as president. Appelbaum succeeds Rick Violette Jr., who retires this year after more than 25 years on the NYTHA Board. 2017 NYTHA Election Results President […]

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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: To The Rescue In Puerto Rico

America has been hit hard by natural disasters over the past few months, but few places, if any, have felt Mother Nature’s wrath more than Puerto Rico. On September 20, in one fell swoop, everything collapsed. Not just trees, homes and other structures, but power grids, communications channels and dependable food and water sources. Not […]

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After Logistical Delays, Plane Carrying Aid For Puerto Rican Thoroughbreds Arrives

A Swift Air flight carrying nearly 20 tons of hay cubes and veterinary supplies departed from Miami at 4:30 a.m. today and landed in San Juan, Puerto Rico at approximately 7 a.m.  The plane, funded by The Jockey Club and Thoroughbred Charities of America’s Horses First Fund, is the result of a week-long effort undertaken by numerous […]

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Albany’s Capital OTB To Host Second Annual PDJF Fundraiser July 19

Capital District Regional Off-Track Betting Corporation (Capital OTB) President John Signor announced Sunday that Capital OTB in Albany, New York will be holding its 2nd annual PDJF (Permanently Disable Jockey Fund) fundraiser on July 19th at the Clubhouse Race Book. The event will raise money for the PDJF and will include some of the top […]

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Layden: Owners Of Always Dreaming Share A Strong West Point Bond

Vincent Viola grew up attending the races with his father at Belmont Park and Aqueduct. After he graduated from high school, Viola went on to graduate from West Point, and later made his career in the financial sector. Viola founded Virtu Financial, a high-frequency trading company. In the late 1990’s, Viola wanted to return to the racetrack, this […]

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