Articles posted March 29, 2005

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Florida Derby Field Remains in Flux

A March 28 teleconference sponsored by the National Thoroughbred Racing Association was designed to profile entrants in the April 2 Florida Derby (gr. I) at Gulfstream Park, but it looks as though the prospective field will undergo some changes. Instead, the media event focused largely on equine health.

New York Legislators Push VLT Budget Measure

The Republican-led Senate and Democratic-run Assembly in New York have introduced legislation to sweeten the pot for racetracks with video lottery terminals, though the measure restricts the amount of extra money that would go to Aqueduct and Yonkers Raceway compared to other tracks.

Owner Turns to Court to Obtain CHRB Records

A determined California horse owner has turned to the courts in her attempt to force the California Horse Racing Board to produce records of its dealings with trainer Frank Monteleone during the investigation of a recently settled civil fraud case.

Horsemen, Breeders Buy Time, Wait for Slots

With handle in January down about 9% from the same period in 2004, Philadelphia Park said its year-to-date purse overpayment has reached $1.9 million because of a commitment to boost purses while it waits to install slot machines. Meanwhile, the Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association finished 2004 in the black, but not without some adjustments.

Texas Hold'em Tournament to Benefit Charities

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Kentucky Equine Management Internship Program, The Race For Education, and Operation Read will hold the second no-limit Horsemen's Texas Hold'Em Poker Tournament, presented by EQUUS/Standardbred Station and ThePokerPyramid.com April 16 at Sal's Italian Chop House in Lexington, Ky.

Will Dispute Doom Jersey Breeders' Cup?

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Racing officials have expressed little hope a conflict between regulators and horsemen can be resolved in time to salvage the plan for Monmouth Park to become the first New Jersey racetrack to host a Breeders' Cup.

Special Times Sires First Foal

Special Times, a stakes-placed son of Seeking the Gold, sired his first offspring, a colt out of the Graustark mare Complete the Dream, March 17 for Dr. Robert Fishman.

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