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KEEP Honoring Late Tim Capps, Central Kentucky Riding For Hope With Industry Vision Awards

The late Tim Capps and Central Kentucky Riding for Hope will be honored with the Industry Vision Awards during the Kentucky Equine Education Project’s second KEEP Equine Industry Conference this Sunday and Monday at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Lexington. The Industry Vision Awards – which recognize an individual and an organization for outstanding contributions […]

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Pavel Easily Overpowers Smarty Jones Field

J. Paul Reddam’s sophomore colt Pavel was impressive in winning Monday’s Grade 3 Smarty Jones Stakes at Parx, galloping away from the field under a hand ride from Mario Gutierrez to win by six lengths. The son of Creative Cause, trained by Doug O’Neill, covered 1 1/16 miles over the fast main track in 1:42.27 […]

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Kentucky Equine Education Project’s Conference Set To Become Annual Event

Now that the Kentucky Equine Education Project’s first KEEP Equine Industry Conference is in the books, plans are in the works to make it an annual event for the commonwealth’s multi-breed horse industry. At total of 156 people registered for the conference Tuesday at the Embassy Suites hotel. The four panel discussions featured speakers working […]

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Airdrie Stud Acquires Millionaire Summer Front For 2016

Summer Front, a multiple graded stakes winning millionaire by leading sire War Front, has been retired to Brereton and Elizabeth Jones’s Airdrie Stud. A $475,000 Keeneland April purchase by agent Steve Young, Summer Front raced in the colors of Thomas A. Moore’s Waterford Stable and retires a four-time graded stakes winner with earnings of over […]

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Include Betty Prevails In Remington Park Oaks

Rolling from last in a field of six, Include Betty made her rally work in taking down the $200,000 Remington Park Oaks on Sunday. The Oaks was biggest of the undercard stakes races on Oklahoma Derby Day. Owned by the Midway, Ky. partnership of Brereton C. Jones and Tim Thornton, Include Betty is trained by […]

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Take Two: Jockey Club, TOBA’s Transparency Program Gets Failing Grade

Whatever happened to transparency and the publication of veterinary records for Kentucky Derby starters and other graded stakes runners? The Jockey Club and Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association initiative and website, HorseracingReform.com, lists 130 owners who have “voluntarily pledged to make available to the public veterinary records covering a 14-day period preceding the date on […]

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KY Oaks Winner Believe You Can Retired

Brereton C. Jones’ homebred Believe You Can, winner of the 2012 Kentucky Oaks (GI) has been retired, according to a Daily Racing Form report. On Friday morning, trainer Larry Jones said that the filly would rest at Brereton Jones’ Airdrie Stud and undergo a medical check-up after she was declared out of the $150,000-added Falls […]

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Believe You Can Points to Falls City Handicap

Trainer Larry Jones had a visitor at Churchill Downs to watch a Saturday work by Believe You Can, the winner of the 2012 Kentucky Oaks (GI) and a candidate for the $150,000-added Falls City Handicap (GII) on the Thanksgiving Day racing program at the Louisville track on Thursday, Nov. 28. The visitor was not an […]

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Canadian champion Tu Endie Wei dead

Canadian champion 2-year-old filly Tu Endie Wei, winner of the 2011 Sovereign Award, died Dec. 24 while undergoing an operation for fibrous adhesions in Kentucky. The filly raced as a homebred for Brereton Jones, and was trained by Reade Baker. A daughter of Johar, Tu Endie Wei was a half sister to Canadian Horse of […]

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Airdrie sets stud fees for 2013

Airdrie Stud released their list of stud fees for 2013, with long-time resident Proud Citizen and newcomer Creative Cause topping the roster at a fee of $15,000. Proud Citizen, who has 13 stakes winners so far this year, including Kentucky Oaks (gr. I) winner Believe You Can, will see his fee increase $5,000, from $10,000 […]

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