Articles posted May 9, 2002

Headlines and features from the Thoroughbred industry

Steve Haskin's Preakness Report (5/9): War Games

Steve Haskin's Preakness Report (5/9): War Games

Let the games begin. The rules are simple: you start off by moving the War Emblem piece up two spaces. Then, each person takes his turn rolling the dice. The object of the game is simple: pass the War Emblem piece and reach the finish first. But it's not quite as simple as that.

Truckstop Casinos: Track Video Poker a Bad Deal

A group of truckstop casinos near Vinton, La., want the state Gaming Control Board to determine if 100 video poker machines at the Delta Downs slot-machine parlor are legal.

Race-Day Medications: The Debate Goes On

As the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium continues its march toward uniformity in Thoroughbred racing, battle lines are being formed by other groups that believe a furosemide-only policy on race days is too extreme.

First Winner for Partner's Hero

The first winner for grade II winner Partner's Hero was his daughter Joanie's Smile, who won opening day at Belmont Park, May 8, in her initial start.

News By Date

Most Popular Stories