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La Otra Cara Del Hipismo: Esta Es La Conmovedora Historia Detrás Del Triunfo De Terra’s Angel

Para quienes entendemos la verdadera dimensión de nuestro deporte, el hipismo va mucho más allá de la esencial carrera de caballos. Hay innumerables historias detrás de cada ganador, muchas de ellas desconocidas para la mayoría. En el caso de la potranca Terra’s Angel, ganadora el pasado lunes 4 de la Juvenile Fillies Turf ($100K) en […]

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Multiple G2 Winner Silentio To Stand At Keen Farms In Texas

Silentio, one of the nation’s top turf runners in 2013, has been retired from racing and will stand his first season at Dallas and Donna Keen’s Keen Farms in Burleson, Texas. Silentio is a son of multiple graded stakes winner Silent Name (Jpn), the leading sire by 1989 Horse of the Year Sunday Silence standing […]

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Two-Time Breeders’ Cup Participant Retired By Social Media Effort

Cease, now a 9-year-old, had a solid career on the racetrack, earning multiple graded stakes placing and twice participating in the Breeders’ Cup Marathon. When he began to drop down the claiming ranks in New York, Dreux Flaherty took notice and decided she would do whatever it took to get the earner of over $700,000 […]

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Fair Grounds Jockey, Trainer Titles ‘Appear Up For Grabs’

A combination of a star-studded jockey colony and renowned trainer roster highlights what looks to be a promising and exciting 144th thoroughbred racing season at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots. With defending champion jockey James Graham shifting his tack to California, the rider title appears up for grabs in 2015-16. All three members of […]

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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: Schooling With Team Keen

In the world of Thoroughbred racing and equine welfare, you won’t find two people who work harder and are more committed than Dallas and Donna Keen.  The two work seamlessly together at the racetrack, sending out and overseeing set after set during morning training hours, running horses in the afternoons, traveling the country to some […]

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Canterbury Park Efforts Pay Off With Record Attendance, Handle

You might not expect one of the bright spots in the racing industry to be a racetrack in Minnesota, but there’s no denying that it is. As MinnPost reports, Canterbury Park’s on-track attendance is thriving, highlighted by a July Fourth weekend crowd of over 40,000. The track built a following by targeting young people and families […]

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Keens Make Good Use of ‘Spoils of Victory’

Trainer Dallas Keen and his wife Donna were interested observers as the horses loaded into the gate for Sunday’s seventh race, mainly because their stable’s representative, 3-year-old filly Explosive Argument, was in the field and ready to break from the No. 2 post. Their interest became heightened, with concern added, when the No. 8 horse, […]

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Del Mar Diaries: Texas Owner Ships and Wins

The Ship and Win program inaugurated in 2011 for the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club meeting helped lure 107 horses from from out of state during the ultra-competitive summer racing months. Among the trainers who shipped to Del Mar was Texas-based Dallas Keen, who previously trained in Southern California in the 1990s. Keen brought 10 horses […]

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More trainers eager to participate in Del Mar’s ‘Ship and Win’ bonus program

It’s almost a week before the Del Mar summer meet starts up, but already several barns are busy on the backside. One such barn is that of trainer Dallas Keen, who has brought most of this stable from his base in Texas. Keen and his wife, Donna, are eager to run their horses at the […]

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