Headlines for Monday, July 23, 2001

  • Farish Resigns as Chairman of Churchill Downs

    Churchill Downs Inc. announced late Monday that, as expected, William S. Farish has resigned as chairman of the company to be the United States ambassador to Great Britain and Northern Ireland. President George W. Bush nominated Farish to the position in March.

  • Here and There

    Bits and pieces from around the Thoroughrbed industry.

  • Payson Stud To Sell Yearlings

    Add Payson Stud to the list of farms consigning yearlings to the upcoming Fasig-Tipton New York Select yearling sale at Saratoga, as well as the Keeneland September and the October Fasig-Tipton yearling sale.

  • Saratoga Calendar

    Saratoga Calendar: Listing of Events During the Spa Meet

  • Maryland Million Moves to Pimlico

    Because of the lingering uncertainty over the condition of the grandstand at Laurel Park, the Maryland Million will likely take place this year at Pimlico.

  • Macho Uno returns to the races Wednesday at Saratoga.

    Macho Uno's Return, Schuylerville Top Spa Opener

    The return to competition of 2000 champion 2-year-old Macho Uno and the grade II Schuylerville for juvenile fillies highlight Wednesday's opening-day card at historic Saratoga Racecourse in upstate New York.

  • California Legislation in Governor's Hands

    Major legislation that would authorize account wagering and unionization of backstretch workers cleared the California Assembly Friday on the heels of its passage in the Senate. It awaits the signature of Gov. Gray Davis.