Crown of Thorns, a multiple graded stakes winner, will enter stud in 2012 at John and Susan Sykes' Cloverleaf Farms II near Reddick, Fla.
The consignor preferred session of the Ocala Breeders' Sales Co.'s fall mixed sale Tuesday, Oct. 18, was unable to keep pace statistically with last year's figures.
- By Tom LaMarra
The West Virginia Breeders Classics celebrated 25 years Oct. 15 read blog
In light of the ever-growing issue of Thoroughbred aftercare, a series of speakers were invited to share their knowledge at an Oct. 18-19 professional education seminar offered by the National Thoroughbred Racing Association.
In order for the game to get cleaner, regulators need to get meaner read blog
Part 1 of Arqana's Deauville October yearling sale, which consisted of two sessions, turned in a steady performance. At its conclusion Oct. 18, the average price was up 1.7% while the median price was the same as in 2010.
Dream Ahead, who beat Goldikova in the Qatar Prix de la Foret (Fr-I) Oct. 2 in what was his final start, has been retired for stallion duty in 2012 at Ballylinch Stud near Thomastown, Ireland.
Larry Saumell, a retired jockey who later served as a regional manager for the Jockeys' Guild and then as a jockey's agent, died in his sleep Monday, Oct. 17.
When entries are drawn Oct. 31, here is what some of fields might look like read blog
On Oct. 20, one year after winning the Sycamore (gr. IIIT), Keeneland patrons will be able to pay tribute to the now-retired fan favorite Brass Hat.
Despite off-the-board efforts in their last starts, Bizzy Caroline and Dynamic Holiday are among the top contenders for the $150,000 Pin Oak Valley View Stakes (gr. IIIT) Oct. 21 at Keeneland.
Jon and Joel discuss who will be competing in the Breeders' Cup from outside the United States. watch video
The Thoroughbred industry is making substantial strides in the area of racehorse aftercare programs -- some very public and others behind the scenes.
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Republican Gov. John Kasich, citing an "emergency" in Ohio, issued an executive order Oct. 14 allowing the Ohio Lottery Commission to adopt regulations governing racetrack video lottery terminals.
Blue Grass Farms Charities hosts free health screenings Oct. 24-25 at Keeneland.
The National Thoroughbred Racing Association Safety and Integrity Alliance is having an impact on the racing industry despite some misconceptions and will not be derailed, NTRA president Alex Waldrop said.
Considered Australia's premier test of weight-for-age class, the $3 million W.S Cox Plate (Aus-I) boasts a long and proud history.
Interview with John Bary, trainer for Jimmy Choux.See the AmWest Entertainment Australian Racing section for more stories and video features leading up to the Melbourne Cup
Interview with Greg Eurell, trainer for Pinker Pinker.See the AmWest Entertainment Australian Racing section for more stories and video features leading up to the Melbourne Cup
An interview with Cox Plate winning jockey Mal Johnston.See the AmWest Entertainment Australian Racing section for more stories and video features leading up to the Melbourne Cup
Interview with Randwick Trainer Grahame Begg.See the AmWest Entertainment Australian Racing section for more stories and video features leading up to the Melbourne Cup
Jon and Joel discuss who will be competing in the Breeders' Cup from outside the United States, specifically in the Breeders' Cup Mile.
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