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The Friday Show Presented By The Match Series: Square Peg, Round Table?

Last weekend’s Jockey Club Round Table generated some thought-provoking ideas, as it usually does. Afterwards, the question always seems to be: how can the racing industry implement some of them? In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick sort through this year’s proposals and identify the ideas that would be good […]

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Round Table: Jockey Club Preparing To Invest In New Industry Projects Per McKinsey Suggestions

Could the Jockey Club one day own racetracks in America? According to the 66th Round Table Conference, held at the Gideon Putnam Resort and Spa in Saratoga Springs on Sunday, it’s possible. Jockey Club chairman Stuart Janney concluded the conference with an outline of action points the organization plans to tackle in the coming years, […]

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Current Regulatory System ‘Not Deterring Cheaters – It Is Enabling Them,’ Janney And Fravel Tell Congress

Stuart Janney, chairman of The Jockey Club, and Breeders’ Cup president and CEO Craig Fravel have written to the Congressional committee that recently held a hearing on the Horseracing Integrity Act of 2017 (H.R. 2651) in rebuttal to the testimony of several witnesses who spoke against the legislation. The Jockey Club and Breeders’ Cup are […]

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On Capitol Hill: Backers, Opponents Debate Horseracing Integrity Act

Change vs the status quo. That was the theme of Friday’s debate at a hearing on Capitol Hill about the Horseracing Integrity Act. The bill would, among other things, ban the use of Lasix on race day and put drug testing and medication oversight in the hands of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). Whether […]

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Favored On Leave Perfectly Measured For My Charmer Victory

Stuart Janney’s homebred filly On Leave looked like she might come up short in Saturday’s G3 My Charmer at Gulfstream Park, but jockey Irad Ortiz had the Shug McGaughey trainee’s run perfectly timed to hit the wire in front. The 4-year-old daughter of War Front bested frontrunning Gianna’s Dream by about a neck. Off as […]

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The Friday Show Presented By The Breeders’ Stakes At Woodbine: Black Eyes And Foal Crops?

The Thoroughbred racing industry faces some difficult forces, from the recent federal trial in Pennsylvania to negative perceptions about the game’s integrity. In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss some strong words from the chairman of The Jockey Club. Plus, unless cooperation in the sport increases, the dwindling foal […]

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Janney On ‘Disgraceful And Sad’ Pennsylvania Events: ‘It Gives All Of Racing A Black Eye’

Following are closing remarks by Stuart S. Janney III, chairman of The Jockey Club, at Sunday’s Jockey Club Round Table Conference on Matters Pertaining to Racing in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. My sense is that we are at a crossroads. There are many signs of hope, progress and accomplishment. We are taking steps to make our […]

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First Starter A Winner For Freshman Sire Data Link

Grade 1 winner Data Link sired his first winner when the 2-year-old filly Di Maria captured a 4 1/2-furlong maiden special weight contest at Gulfstream Park by 3 1/2 lengths April 19. Bred in Kentucky by Elm Tree Farm, Di Maria is out of the Pulpit mare Thine. Di Maria sold through the 2016 Keeneland September […]

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Millionaire Ironicus Retired, Joins Claiborne Farm Stallion Roster For 2017

Claiborne Farm is proud to announce that millionaire Ironicus will retire from racing to join its stallion roster in 2017. “This talented homebred had a solid race career as a three-time graded stakes winner and multiple grade I performer. We believe his accomplishments on the racetrack, as well as his impressive bloodlines make him an […]

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Fair Point Closes Well For Senator Ken Maddy Victory

Stuart S. Janney’s Fair Point made big strides down the stretch to win Saturday’s G3 Senator Ken Maddy Stakes at Santa Anita Park, drawing away late to win by 1 1/4 lengths. Ridden by Jose Ortiz, the 4-year-old daughter of Smart Strike covered the approximately 6 1/2 furlongs of the downhill turf course in 1:11.75 […]

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