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Artificial Insemination, Embryo Transfer At Heart Of Jockey Club’s Revocation Of Stud Book Privileges To California Breeder

On Jan. 4, The Jockey Club announced it has permanently revoked all stud book privileges of owner/breeder Nadine Anderson based upon its determination she “knowingly misrepresented and/or aided in the misrepresentation of the eligibility for registration of foals and other information.” The organization also announced two registration certificates were revoked in connection with Anderson’s actions […]

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Stronach Group, Fasig-Tipton To Host Sales At Santa Anita In 2019

The Stronach Group and Fasig-Tipton have reached an agreement to conduct Thoroughbred auctions at Santa Anita Park beginning in 2019. A tentative date for a 2-year-olds in training sale has been set for June 5. Tentative dates for a yearling sale are September 24 or 25. “We’re thrilled to have Fasig-Tipton back in California and to host […]

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Leading California Sire Unusual Heat Pensioned At 26

Unusual Heat, the all-time leading sire in California progeny earnings, has been pensioned from stud at the age of 26 “It is with great emotion that we have to announce the retirement of Unusual Heat”, said Harris Auerbach, managing partner of M. Auerbach, LLC. “He’s been remarkable and even in his final season at stud […]

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Keeneland, Stronach Group Pull Advertising, Ban ‘Indian Charlie’ Newsletter From Premises After Racially Insensitive Article

The Keeneland Association of Lexington, Ky., and The Stronach Group (whose holdings include Gulfstream Park, Santa Anita Park, and the Maryland Jockey Club racetracks in addition to Xpressbet.com advance deposit wagering company) said they will stop advertising in the print and online newsletter known as “Indian Charlie” and will not permit its distribution on their […]

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CTBA working to keep Cal Cup at Santa Anita

The California Thoroughbred Breeders Association is working with executives at Santa Anita to make sure the Cal Cup has a home this year even if it is likely to be scaled back again this year. “We beleive we can jointly come to an agreement to hold such an important day of racing for the California […]

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