Headlines for Tuesday, July 26, 2011

  • Furthest Land won the last Kentucky Cup Classic in 2009.

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    Some Funds Allocated for Possible KY Cup

    A committee has approved use of $100,000 from the Kentucky Thoroughbred Development Fund for several Kentucky Cup races, but it remains to be seen whether the stakes series--at least part of it--will be run.

  • Shackleford

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    Haskell Should Impact 3YO Championship

    Both Shackleford and Ruler On Ice will have a big chance to jump to the top of the 3-year-old division July 31 when they headline the $1 million Haskell Invitational (gr. I) at Monmouth Park.

  • No Mistake: Art Preston

    There is little mistake about the Prestons' impact on Thoroughbred racing. Along with their late brother J. R., the Prestons raced Victory Gallop to win the 1998 Belmont Stakes (gr. I), denying Real Quiet the Triple Crown.

  • Grab the Rivalry and Run With It

    Another golden opportunity has been dropped into the lap of Thoroughbred racing. A real rivalry; not one manufactured by publicists, but an honest, gritty, and scintillating rivalry.

  • Video: International Feature - Living Legends

    Simon Burgess interviews Andrew Clarke, CEO of Living Legends, about the international home of rest for champion horses. Andrew discusses his athletes and each of their personalities.

  • International Feature: Living Legends

    Simon Burgess interviews Andrew Clarke, CEO of Living Legends, about the international home of rest for champion horses. Andrew discusses his athletes and each of their personalities. Living Legends' horses include champions from all corners of the world, including Melbourne Cup and Cox Plate winners.Living Legends is located outside of Melbourne, Australia and has a goal of reconnecting fans and the public with champion race horses.

  • Respiratory Disease Surveillance Study: Two-Year Results

    Have you ever wondered what the most common clinical signs of respiratory diseases in American horses might be? Or whether your horse's age, or simply the time of year, could make him more likely to contract an infectious respiratory pathogen? The answers you're looking for might finally be here. The first two years of results are in from an ongoi...