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Three Trainers Denied Stud Book Privileges By The Jockey Club

The Jockey Club announced today that one trainer has been denied all privileges of The American Stud Book for 10 years, one for five years, and one for two years. All actions became effective January 1, 2018. The denials of privileges include the privilege of registering foals and the privileges of any registration process for any Thoroughbred. […]

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Bolt D’Oro, Good Magic Top The Jockey Club’s Annual Top 2-Year-Old Rankings

Bolt d’Oro, a multiple grade 1 winner, and Good Magic, winner of the Sentient Jet Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1), have both been assigned the high weight of 126 pounds to top The Jockey Club’s Annual Top 2-Year-Old Rankings, formerly known as the Experimental Free Handicap, for 2017. The 126 pounds assigned to these two horses […]

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Welfare And Safety Of The Racehorse Summit Set For June

The Jockey Club and Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation today announced that the eighth Welfare and Safety of the Racehorse Summit will be held Wednesday, June 27, 2018, in Lexington, Ky. The summit, which brings together a cross-section of the breeding, racing and veterinary communities, again will be underwritten and coordinated by The Jockey Club and […]

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‘The Time To Act Is Now’: Jim & Joan Brady Join WHOA

Long-time owner/breeders Jim and Joan Brady are the newest members on WHOA’s growing roster of individuals who support passage of The Horseracing Integrity Act, federal legislation appointing the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) with the task of creating and managing a gold standard anti-doping agency for American racing. James Brady’s family has been involved in […]

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Clearsky Farms Tops Breeders List For 2017

Clearsky Farms has topped the individual breeders list in North America in 2017 for the first time with $11,065,268 in earnings, according to statistics released today by The Jockey Club Information Systems. Clearsky Farms bred 51 starters with 52 wins, 32 seconds, and 38 thirds out of 286 starts. WinStar Farm LLC, which led the […]

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New York Trainers Receive 45-Day Extension On Continuing Education Requirement

According to bloodhorse.com, “a large number” of trainers in the state of New York have failed to comply with the state’s new continuing education requirement. In response, regulators have issued a 45-day extension, allowing trainers the ability to complete the four-hour course by Feb. 15. “Since this is the inaugural year of the continuing education program, […]

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The Jockey Club Adding $35 Fee To Report Of Mares Bred Form To Support Aftercare

The Jockey Club today announced that beginning with the 2018 breeding season, it will charge $35 for each mare reported bred by a stallion on the annual Report of Mares Bred form. The fee will supplement the industry support already provided by The Jockey Club for Thoroughbred aftercare initiatives, including the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA), […]

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Shannon Luce To Succeed Bob Curran In Jockey Club Communications Post

Shannon Luce, who has served as The Jockey Club’s communications manager since January 2012, has been named director of communications, it was announced today by James L. Gagliano, the president and chief operating officer. The appointment is effective Jan. 1, 2018. Luce will succeed Bob Curran Jr., who is retiring as vice president of corporate […]

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Nancy Kelly To Retire From Executive Positions At Jockey Club-Affiliated Foundations

Nancy C. Kelly, the vice president of development of Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation and executive director of The Jockey Club Safety Net Foundation, will retire from fulltime duties at the end of 2017, it was announced today by James L. Gagliano, the president and chief operating officer of The Jockey Club. She will be succeeded […]

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The Jockey Club To Introduce Digital Foal Certificates In 2018

The Jockey Club reminds Thoroughbred breeders that digital foal certificates will be replacing hard copies of foal certificates beginning with the 2018 foal crop. The transition to digital foal certificates was first announced at the Round Table Conference on Matters Pertaining to Racing on August 14, 2016. Breeders, as well as those who act as […]

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