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Pimlico Seating Exchanges: Officials Urge Patience Through ‘Extreme Volume Of Calls’

The Maryland Jockey Club was forced to close a section of the grandstand at Pimlico Racecourse due to unsafe conditions, and approximately 3,100 ticket-holders from that section are in need of seating exchanges ahead of the Preakness Stakes. According to the Baltimore Sun, 1,900 of those ticket-holders have been assisted already. “We are currently experiencing an […]

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Hall Of Fame Trainer Reade Baker Embarks On ‘New Challenge’ In Bloodstock Industry

Canadian Hall of Fame trainer Reade Baker announced via Facebook on Tuesday that he will be embarking on a new career in the bloodstock industry. “It’s time for a new challenge,” Baker wrote. The Sovereign Award-winning trainer in 2005, Baker’s training career has spanned 13 champions, two Horses of the Year (Fatal Bullet and Biofuel, […]

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Holly In The Hayloft: Virginia Horse Rescue Goes Viral On Facebook

A 12-year-old mare followed her stomach into the hayloft of her barn in Virginia on Sunday night, according to fredericksburg.com, and like most horses was unable to negotiate the stairs back down to the ground. Holly’s misadventure eventually culminated in a successful four-hour rescue by Culpeper County’s Little Fork Volunteer Fire & Rescue Large Animal Rescue Team. […]

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‘All In’: Breeders’ Cup To Launch Digital Docuseries Oct. 22 On Facebook

Breeders’ Cup, one of Thoroughbred racing’s most prestigious international events, today announces its first-ever digital docuseries. Titled “ALL IN: The Road to the Classic,” the seven-part series will debut on Facebook Watch on October 22 with subsequent episodes premiering over the following days.  The docuseries will offer an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the competitive and career-making journeys of the owners, trainers, […]

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After ‘Emotional’ Recovery, The Player Finally Back Home In Kentucky

Trainer Buff Bradley rode in the van alongside The Player all the way from Louisiana State University to his Indian Ridge Farm in Kentucky, keeping watch over the personality-laden chestnut colt whose recovery over the past six months has been nothing short of a miracle. Bradley bred the colt with his father and long-time client […]

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‘Incredibly Balanced’ Ring Weekend Transitioning Well To New Career

West Point Thoroughbreds’ Ring Weekend last raced on June 30, and his since been transitioning to a new off-the-track career under Olympian Phillip Dutton. Dutton’s Facebook page posted an update on Tuesday, showing the 7-year-old gelded son of Tapit jumping some small jumps in the outdoor arena. “We are thrilled with how well Ring Weekend is […]

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Hall Of Famer Lava Man Recovering From Colic Surgery

Doug O’Neill posted updates on his Facebook page and on Twitter Tuesday concerning fan-favorite Lava Man, the ex-racehorse and stable pony who underwent treatment and surgery for colic. “We know he’s a tough guy but certainly would appreciate your good wishes,” reads the post. “We will keep everyone posted on his progress. Thank you!” Later […]

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Purina Launches Site To Reconnect Owners With Former Horses

Every horse rider or owner has that one horse they will never forget. Between sales, barn moves and life changes, it’s easy to lose track of a horse and become separated from our beloved partners. In honor of the bonds that can’t be broken and the horses we won’t forget, Purina Animal Nutrition has launched […]

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#WeStandWithLiam: Hall Of Famer Velazquez Takes A Stand Against Bullying

Hall of Fame jockey John Velazquez is collaborating with the New York Racing Association in an effort to promote awareness about the effects of bullying. On Saturday at Aqueduct, the day of the Grade 1 Cigar Mile, the second race on the card will be named “A Salute To Liam O’Brien,” and jockeys will wear […]

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Gone Too Far: Hazing Incident At Delta Downs Results In Arrest Of Four Jockeys

It is a well-known tradition in the jockey culture to celebrate the first win of an apprentice’s career with some form of hazing, usually including buckets of ice water and shaving cream. According to a report from the Louisiana State Police Gaming Enforcement Division, four jockeys at Delta Downs took hazing a fellow jockey too […]

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