Headlines for Tuesday, December 13, 2005

  • Indy Groove Disqualified from Arlington Matron, Proctor Fined

    The Illinois Racing Board disqualified Indy Groove from her victory in the Sept. 3 Arlington Matron (gr. III) because the mare tested positive for naproxen, an anti-inflammatory (Class IV) that is prohibited on race day in the state. Tom Proctor, who trains the mare for Glen Hill Farm, was fined $1,000.

  • High Fly to Stand at Live Oak in Florida

    Grade I winner High Fly, who recently was retired from racing because of a medial condylar fracture of his right front fetlock, will enter stud at Charlotte Weber's Live Oak Stud near Ocala, Fla.

  • Keeneland Annual Giving Exceeds $1 Million

    In 2005, Keeneland has given more than $1 million for charitable giving, research, and community support, officials announced Tuesday at its annual holiday luncheon.

  • Alkaased to Stand for ¥2.5 Million

    Alkaased, who won the Nov. 27 Japan Cup (Jpn-I) in world-record time to end his career, will begin his stallion career at Sheikh Mohammed's Darley Stud Stallion Complex in Japan for a fee of ¥2.5 million (approximately $20,700).

  • Report: New York Must Overhaul Racing Laws

    New York officials need to act quickly to launch a major overhaul of racing laws to help jumpstart the state's $1.4-billion Thoroughbred racing industry, Friends of New York Racing concluded in its year-end report on the status of pari-mutuel horse racing in the state.

  • Surachai, Stage Colony to Buck Pond

    Edmond and Sharon Hudon will relocate their stallions Surachai and Stage Colony to Doug Arnold's Buck Pond Farm near Versailles, Ky.