Headlines for Tuesday, August 7, 2007

  • FMD Outbreak Restricts European Horse Travel

    British officials confirmed another outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease on a cattle farm in England. Horses can no longer travel freely among Britain, France, and Ireland.

  • Steroid Prohibition Topic at Saratoga Racing and Gaming Institute

    Albany Law School's Saratoga Institute on Racing and Gaming Law got off to a fast-paced start Aug. 7 when Dr. Don Catlin, a pioneer in the field of athletic drug testing, addressed a group of assembled lawyers and industry representatives gathered at the Gideon Putnam Hotel in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

  • Appeals Court Rejects 'Sally Hemings' Name for Filly

    A federal appeals court ruled Aug. 7 that a filly can't be named "Sally Hemings" after Thomas Jefferson's most famous slave and reputed lover. The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati ruled that The Jockey Club can legally bar horse owner Garrett Redmond from naming his 4-year-old horse after Hemings.

  • A Day At The Spa: Aug. 7, Horse For Sale

    Evenings in Saratoga bring another feeling, one of frantic energy, and of adrenaline, and of the intensity of short, fast-paced hours. No place emphasizes this more than the Fasig-Tipton sales grounds, where the vigorous pursuit of Thoroughbred yearlings at auction began with yesterday's opening session for the two-day select sale.

  • Alajwad to Shuttle to Argentina

    Alajwad, a winning son of Storm Cat out of the Affirmed mare La Affirmed, will shuttle to Haras Nicanor in Argentina.

  • Casner to Receive TCA Charity Leadership Award

    The officers and board of directors of Thoroughbred Charities of America have selected Bill Casner as recipient of the TCA Charity Leadership Award to be presented at the 18th annual TCA Stallion Season and Art Auction Nov. 30 at Keeneland.