Buy-back rate drops, falling to 28.7% from 41.1% last year.
Stewards in Kentucky have suspended two trainers for six months each as a result of the positive tests for a prohibited Class A substance.
Kaleem Shah is the colt's new owner, and Bob Baffert will train him.
Van Berg, the trainer of 1988 horse of the year Alysheba and the second winningest trainer in history, will train for owner Steve Belford.
The dark bay or brown juvenile goes to Padua Stables for $275,000.
Don Clippinger, an Eclipse Award-winning writer with wide experience in the racing industry, has been hired as the National Steeplechase Association's communications consultant.
Big price comes soon after the start of the March sale.
The fall and rise of Molly, a 15-year-old Appaloosa rescued not once but twice by Kaye Harris, is a heartwarming tale of courage and persistence in the aftrmath of Hurricane Katrina.
Adversity forged the character and the characters that gave the track a flavor all its own. Read Blog
INSIDE PEDIGREES, by Les Brinsfield
La Troienne is the best mare in American pedigrees since going into production.
The on-again-off-again Pimlico Special (gr. I) is off again for this year, according to a stakes schedule released by the Maryland Jockey Club March 16.
It looks as though a full field of 14 runners will contest the $10 million Dubai World Cup (UAE-I)--the world's richest horse race--March 27 at Meydan Racecourse.
Here is a list of horses that could sell for a lot of money.
The Breeders' Cup World Championships has been selected as a nominee in the sports event of the year category for the 2010 Sports Business Awards presented by Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal and Sports Business Daily
A study of Australian racing has concluded that breeders in that country have paid more than Aust$500 million in training fees over the last two seasons.
Presious Passion was the biggest winner during the 50th annual Florida-bred awards banquet March 15. The 7-year-old Royal Anthem gelding was honored as the 2009 Horse of the Year
New breed-specific growth models will help fine-tune feeding recommendations for young horses in the near future, researchers reported.
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