Articles posted January 6, 2005

Headlines and features from the Thoroughbred industry

Big 'Cap Auction to Benefit Tsunami Victims

Santa Anita Park joins the worldwide relief effort to aid the victims of the massive Indian Ocean tsunami by auctioning off a special day at the races on March 5, Santa Anita Handicap day.

Error Shuts Out Aqueduct On-Track Wagers

Patrons at Aqueduct Thursday were unable to place wagers from just before the fifth race until just before the seventh race due to a communications error between the pari-mutuel system and the wagering terminals.

Oaklawn, Cella to Receive Eclipse Award of Merit

Oaklawn, Cella to Receive Eclipse Award of Merit

Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark., which celebrated 100 years of operation in 2004, and the Cella family, which has privately owned the track all that time, has been awarded the Eclipse Award of Merit, the National Thoroughbred Racing Association announced Jan. 6.

Eclipse Award Finalists: Some Familiar Names, Some Sure Things

Eclipse Award Finalists: Some Familiar Names, Some Sure Things

The Eclipse Award finalists, announced Jan. 5, reveal many familiar names in the human categories, with several big-name horses appearing in more than one category. Although most of the winners look like sure things, there are still some potential drag-out battles in the Sprint and 4-Year-Old and Up Female categories.

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