Headlines for Monday, November 4, 2002

  • Wagering Technology Group Maps Strategy

    The Wagering Technology working group formed by the National Thoroughbred Racing Association met for the first time Nov. 4. In addition, more members were named.

  • Jersey Plan for 2003: 100 Days, All at Monmouth

    After an acrimonious two years of fighting over dates, New Jersey horsemen and the quasi-state agency that runs Monmouth Park and Meadowlands are in the process of hammering out a deal that would reduce the number of live Thoroughbred dates in 2003 in order to maintain or improve the quality of the product.

  • Grade I Winner Country Queen Euthanized

    Pensioned broodmare Country Queen, a former claimer who developed into one of the top grass mares in the late 1970s and in 1980, was euthanized Nov. 3 at Kim and Rodney Nardelli's Springwood near Lexington because of the infirmities of old age

  • Dove Hunt To Lane's End Texas

    Dove Hunt, a five-time graded stakes winner, has been relocated from William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky., to Lane's End Texas near Hempstead

  • Duality to Korea

    Grade II winner Duality has been sold to the Korean Racing Association for stallion duty