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Racing Needs Owners Like Rome, Who Can Handle the Ride

Have seen a lot of people come and go in the horse business, especially among the ranks of owners. Too many have gone, and that’s one of the industry’s major problems today, for the shortage of horses that racing currently faces, is in truth, a shortage of owners. How do you get in the game […]

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Ownership Insights presented by OwnerView: Trust, Luck, and Homework

Ownership Insights presented by OwnerView is a weekly series examining different aspects of Thoroughbred ownership. A more detailed presentation on these subjects will be made during the Thoroughbred Owner Conference at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Ky., Oct. 13-16. Click here for more information. Lansdon Robbins III grew up in Henderson, Ky., and started going to the races as […]

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By Ray PaulickLast spring, before any foals from the first-crop of Offlee Wild had made their way to the track, Lansdon Robbins was convinced the Grade 1 stakes-winning son of Wild Again he raced with partners in the name of Azalea Stable was standing his final year at Darley America in Lexington. “I guarantee […]

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