Articles posted August 27, 2001

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Our Native Dies at 31

Our Native outlived two of his very famous contemporaries, Mr. Prospector, whom he defeated in the 1973 Calumet Purse, and Secretariat, whom he followed across the finish line in the Kentucky Derby (gr. I) and Preakness Stakes (gr. I) that year. But Our Native's age and health caught up with him on Aug. 26, when the 31-year-old stallion was euthanized at High Point Farm near Lexington.

Housebuster Returning to U.S.

Eclipse Award winner Housebuster, who was sold to Japanese breeders following the 1998 breeding season, has been purchased by Donna Hayes' Virginia-based The Stallion Co. and is expected back in the U.S. by the end of September.

Churchill: Derby Pumps $217.8M Into Economy

About a month after it made a public pitch for tax reductions and support from the state, Churchill Downs said Monday that the 2001 Kentucky Derby contributed $217.8 million to the economy Louisville, Ky., and the surrounding region over a three-day period.

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