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Foal Patrol Update: Empire Maker, Bodemeister Fillies Get Their Names

As part of the social media activities related to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s Foal Patrol project, fans were given the opportunity to submit names for some of the horses for the owners to consider. At Gainesway Farm in Kentucky, Bird Town delivered a filly by Empire Maker who has named […]

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El Museo Nacional Del Hipismo Y Salón De La Fama Estrena Video En Vivo De Yeguas En Gestación

A través de un comunicado de prensa, el Museo Nacional del Hipismo y Salón de la Fama (Saratoga Springs, NY) anunció el lanzamiento de un innovador proyecto denominado “Foal Patrol” (Patrulla de Potros), donde se muestra el video en vivo – via Internet – de varias yeguas que actualmente se encuentran en proceso de gestación […]

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Live Streaming Of In-Foal Mares Launched By National Museum Of Racing And Hall Of Fame

The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame will launch an innovative new project called Foal Patrol, a one-of-a-kind collection of live web cameras where people can view real-time streams of several in-foal mares during their pregnancy through the actual foaling. The live camera feeds will be available beginning Dec. 19 from 7 a.m. […]

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Bird Song To Stand At Gainesway Farm In 2018

Marylou Whitney Stables’ homebred multiple graded stakes winner Bird Song, a son of Whitney’s Eclipse champion 3-year-old filly and Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Bird Town, will enter stud at Gainesway in 2018. Sired by the late Unbridled’s Song, who currently leads the 2017 general sires list, Bird Song carried his speed to earn triple-digit Beyer […]

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National Museum Of Racing And Hall Of Fame Names Triple Crown Exhibit In Honor Of Penny Chenery

In recognition of her remarkable contributions to the sport of thoroughbred racing, the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame has named its Winners of the Triple Crown exhibit in honor of Penny Chenery, who died Sept. 16 in her Colorado home at the age of 95. “Penny Chenery was a remarkable person and […]

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Hendrickson Elected President Of National Museum Of Racing And Hall Of Fame

John Hendrickson has been elected president of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame by the Museum’s Executive Committee. Hendrickson succeeds Gretchen Jackson, who has served as the Museum’s president since 2014. Jackson will continue to serve as a member of the Museum’s Board of Trustees. Hendrickson is involved in thoroughbred racing as […]

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‘The Grand Dame Of Saratoga’: Marylou Whitney An Integral Part Of Racetrack And Community

At 91, Marylou Whitney is showing little signs of slowing down. As Bob Ehalt writes for America’s Best Racing, Marylou Whitney remains a vital part of Saratoga – not only to racing, but to the community as well. Whitney, along with her husband, John Hendrickson, works tirelessly on numerous charitable organizations, and she is also the honorary chairwoman […]

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Saratoga: Backstretch Program Celebrates 10th Year

The Saratoga Backstretch Appreciation program will begin its 10th season of providing backstretch workers and their families with food and activities when the 2017 meet gets underway July 21. The program, which is organized and sponsored by Marylou Whitney and her husband, John Hendrickson, is a way to give back to the ‘unsung heroes’ of the racing […]

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Hendrickson: Cuomo’s ‘Strong-Armed’ Control Of NYRA Was ‘A Money Grab From The Very Beginning’

As state control of the New York Racing Association is extended for a second year past the original deadline, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former racing advisor John Hendrickson, who resigned his post on June 7, had some choice words to say about the man he used to call a family friend. “The Legislature did the best […]

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NYRA Re-Privatization And VLT Revenue: A Deal’s A Deal

So there’s a bill awaiting New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s signature that would re-privatize the New York Racing Association. Sorta kinda. NYRA has been under Cuomo’s control for the last four years – one year longer than he promised when he swooped in and created his own operating board to manage Belmont Park, Aqueduct and […]

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