Articles posted December 6, 2004

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Prominent Producer Blitey Dead

Prominent Producer Blitey Dead

Blitey, a homebred graded stakes winner and stakes producer for the late Ogden Phipps, was euthanized Nov. 26 at the Hancock family's Claiborne Farm near Paris, Ky., because of complications from the infirmities of old age.

Guild Tight-Lipped at Assembly; King Voted Out

Guild Tight-Lipped at Assembly; King Voted Out

The Jockeys' Guild began its annual meeting Dec. 6 with a call for solidarity -- even in the face of the dismissal of member Eddie King, who had sued the organization -- and a call for members not to talk to the press.

Fund Overseers Confident New Plan Can Work

Former jockeys associated with the Disabled Jockeys' Fund, which will be terminated at the end of the year, on Dec. 6 said they're comfortable with a plan by the Jockeys' Guild to make payments to disabled riders from the Guild's primary account.

ReRun's Headquarters Relocate; Co-Founders Depart

ReRun, Inc., the national Thoroughbred adoption program founded by Shon Wylie and Lori Neagle, will relocate its national headquarters from Kentucky to New Jersey, effective in January.

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