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Chicken Houses And Horse Rescue: A Complicated Tale

Several days after New Year’s, New Jersey resident Dina Alborano posted a video on social media of a crowd of horses jogging down a livestock chute somewhere in Louisiana, imploring her followers on Twitter to donate money to prevent the horses from shipping to a slaughterhouse in Mexico. The cost to purchase 11 horses and […]

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Mistaken Identity? Louisiana Officials Investigating 11 1/4-Length Winner At Delta Downs

Louisiana State Racing Commission officials are investigating whether two horses from the barn of Eduardo Ramirez ran in each other’s name at Delta Downs in December and January. “There is an active investigation going on at Delta Downs regarding the question of two horses and a couple of different races,” said Charles A. Gardiner III, […]

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Three Mares Found With Lip Tattoos Burned Off, Pennsylvania SPCA Investigating

The Pennsylvania SPCA is investigating a case of cruelty after three Thoroughbred mares were purchased from the New Holland Horse Auction in Pennsylvania this week with their lip tattoos damaged. Veterinarians believe acid was used to burn the upper lips of the three horses, apparently to obscure the tattoo numbers. According to Kelly Smith, director […]

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Ohio Commission Cancels Hearing On Case Of Misidentified Gelding

The Ohio Racing Commission has cancelled a hearing scheduled for Friday into the matter of the horse misidentified as Ruby Queen in a Mahoning Valley maiden claiming race Nov. 4. The horse, who was actually a gelding named Leathers Slappin, paid $222.40 to win against a field of fillies. The mix-up was only discovered once […]

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UPDATED: McFarlane Fined $1,000 For Running Horses In Wrong Name At Turf Paradise

Owner-trainer Dan McFarlane was fined $1,000 by Arizona Department of Racing stewards at Turf Paradise for his involvement in the misidentification of two horses from his barn who ran in the seventh race at the Phoenix track on March 28. Cavour, owned by Filippo Santoro, was originally credited with the victory at odds of 29-1, […]

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Pennsylvania, Delaware officials investigating ‘wrong’ horse running for Ness at Presque Isle Downs

Trainer Jamie Ness will go before stewards in both Pennslyvania and Delaware as a result of a recent incident involving two misidentified horses, one that ran under the wrong name at Presque Isle Downs and a second one entered to race at Delaware Park before officials there caught the mistake. Rapid Rampage and Rome Is […]

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