Headlines for Monday, October 24, 2011

  • Lisa Underwood

    Underwood to Step Down from KHRC Post

    Lisa Underwood said Oct. 24 she will step down as executive director of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission to take a job with Wyatt, Tarrant, and Combs, a law firm for which she had worked previously.

  • Geary: Ellis Park Could Lure Casino Customers

    The president of Ellis Park said Oct. 24 he believes implementation of Instant Racing could attract some of the customers in the area who have been whetting their gambling appetite at a nearby Indiana casino.

  • Terry Wallace

    Wallace Gets Another Honor in Arkansas

    Terry Wallace, who retired as Oaklawn Park's track announcer in June after 37 seasons of racing, will be among the 2012 class of inductees into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in February 2012.

  • Turallure working at Keeneland 10/24/2011

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    Breeders' Cup Hopefuls in Quick Workouts

    Hopefuls for the Breeders' Cup World Championships were on the work tab Oct. 24 at Keeneland and Santa Anita Park, including Euroears, who scorched five furlongs in :56 3/5 at the Southern California racetrack.

  • Interview - Peter Moody & Black Caviar

    Peter Moody expands on thoughts of the Cox Plate, how Black Caviar is doing, how Peter feels about meeting the talented Sepoy, and if there is a chance for Black Caviar to meet Frankel.

  • Interview - Peter Moody & Black Caviar

    Moody Racing's Peter Moody is a Caulfield Trainer for the super star Black Caviar. Peter expands on thoughts of the Cox Plate, how Black Caviar is doing, how Peter feels about meeting the talented Sepoy, and if there is a chance for Black Caviar to meet Frankel.

  • Chewin' the Fat Episode 7

    Chewin' the Fat is Australia's newest horse racing show.In this Episode: Multiple industry interviews from the Breakfast at the Bit, examining the Melbourne Cup, and a Cox Plate feature.

  • Study: MRI Beneficial for Diagnosing Some Leg Lamenesses

    Chronic lameness can be a frustrating problem for owners of equine athletes. When nerve blocks, radiographs (X rays), and ultrasounds yield no definitive answers, where can a veterinarian turn next? According to recent study results, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) appears to be a beneficial next step for diagnosing some leg lamenesses when a veterinaria...