Indianapolis Colts Mobile Exhibition To Stop At Ellis Park July 13

A sports fan daily double of pigskin and ponies comes to Ellis Park this Saturday, July 13, as the Indianapolis Colts brings their newColts In Motion traveling experience to the thoroughbred racetrack. Indiana’s National Football League franchise comes to the track with its spanking-new high-tech 40-foot trailer that provides unique and entertaining experiences for football and sports fans […]

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HBPA: Review Committee Could Help Stewards Make The Right Call

Eric Hamelback, chief executive officer of the National Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association, is developing a concept he believes would help stewards navigate the increasingly complex world when highly sophisticated testing collides with environmental contamination and the inadvertent transfer of matter to racehorses. Speaking Friday on the last day of programming at the National HBPA […]

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Saints Owner, Stall Full Of Confidence In ‘Special Talent’ Tom’s D’Etat

The fact that G M B Racing and trainer Al Stall Jr. are catapulting Tom’s d’Etat into Gulfstream Park’s $9 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational Saturday off victory in a minor stakes is all you need to know about their belief in the 6-year-old six-time winner who has made only nine starts and never more […]

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Former Football, Coaching Star T-Ray Enjoying A New Kind Of ‘Athlete’

If you stopped by the barn of Hall of Fame trainer Richard Mandella during fall racing at Del Mar, the chances are good you’d run into a man with University of Southern California logo gear draped somewhere over his slim frame and a smile on his face. Meet Terrell Ray, or T-Ray to his friends, […]

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NFL Star Gronkowski Partners With Phoenix Thoroughbreds On Derby Hopeful

Rob Gronkowski, tight end for the New England Patriots, announced Wednesday he has reached a deal with Phoenix Thoroughbreds to buy into the racehorse that shares his name. Gronkowski (the horse) is pointing to the Kentucky Derby off a win in the Burradon at Newcastle as part of the European Road to the Kentucky Derby. […]

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Report: NFL, Politics Could Be At Play In Funding Concussion Research In Jockeys

As debate continues to rage about the cause of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in human athletes, ESPN reports this week that research into the condition in jockeys is now part of the scientific and political storm. After promising $100 million to study concussions and CTE last year, the National Football League has now funded just one […]

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Concussion Protocols: Maryland Jockey Club On The Forefront

So far, new concussion protocols put in place by the Maryland Jockey Club have resulted in three jockeys taking forced time off from racing, reports the Baltimore Sun. Put into place last September, the rules are that every jockey experiencing a fall must be examined by a team of physicians, all with ample head trauma […]

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St. Louis Rams Moving Back To L.A., New Stadium On Former Hollywood Park Site

NFL owners gave their approval Tuesday to allow the St. Louis Rams to move back to Los Angeles for the 2016 season. According to an article in the Los Angeles Times, NFL owners approved the move by a vote of 30-2. The Rams will move to Inglewood, and play in a new stadium being built on the site […]

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‘Algo Esta Mal Con Mi Cerebro:’ El Peligro Que Está Acechando De Conmociones Cerebrales Para Jockeys

The following is a Spanish translation of our article,’Something’s Wrong With My Brain:’ The Lurking Danger Of Concussions For Jockeys, which ran Dec. 30. It is our hope that offering the article in Spanish will better inform jockeys and exercise riders of the dangers associated with repeated head trauma, even if English is not their […]

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