Headlines for Tuesday, September 26, 2000

  • Florida HBPA Files Suit vs. Hialeah

    The Florida Horsemen's Benevolent & Protective Association filed a lawsuit against Hialeah alleging the track breached purse agreements with the horsemen's group for the 2000 and 2001 race meets. The suit seeks money damages under the revenue sharing provision of the purse agreement for the 2000 meeting.

  • $5.2 Million Sadler's Wells Colt Tops Houghton

    The top two buyers at Keeneland's recently completed September yearling sale are already topping the board at another auction. Demi O'Byrne, who spent $18,750,000 at Keeneland, bought the highest-priced horse at Tuesday's session of Tattersalls Houghton yearling sale.

  • Danehill Filly Wins Cheveley Park Stakes

    Cheveley Park Stud's Regal Rose, a 2-year-old daughter of Danehill trained by Sir Michael Stoute, took the lead in the final furlong and posted a one-length victory in Tuesday's Shadwell Stud Cheveley Park Stakes (Eng-I) at Newmarket, England.

  • Ray Paulick<br>Editor in Chief

    Advise and Dissent

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> -- The conclusions and recommendations given the NTRA in a draft memo should be reviewed carefully by the NTRA's board of directors and executive team.

  • Val&#39;s Prince, shown winning the 1999 Turf Classic, has been at the center of an ownership dispute.

    Judge Favors Martin In Val's Prince Dispute

    In a conference call with attorneys Monday, Broward County (Fla.) Circuit Court Judge Patti Englander Henning ruled that multiple stakes winning gelding Val's Prince has been the property of Robin Martin since February 1997.