Headlines for Friday, September 7, 2012

  • 2012 TOBA National Awards Dinner

    Each year, TOBA honors owners and breeders from 23 states and Canada. Also honored are four Regional Owners of the Year, a National Owner of the Year, two National Breeders of the Year, the Broodmare of the Year and the Rood & Riddle Sport Horse of the Year.

  • Del Mar Adjusts Figures Due to Report Error

    Due to a reporting error on in-state advanced deposit wagering bets during the final two weeks of the Del Mar meeting, the track has adjusted slightly downward its final figures on handle for its just-concluded meeting.

  • Ken and Sarah Ramsey

    Ramseys National Owner, Breeder for 2011

    Ken and Sarah Ramsey were named National Owner of the Year and National Breeder of the Year Sept. 7 during the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association national awards dinner held at Keeneland in Lexington.

  • Eternal Rule in in control in the Presque Isle Mile Stakes.

    Eternal Rule Shows Way in Presque Isle Mile

    Eternal Rule, whose unbeaten record was spoiled last time out, got back in the win column for trainer Sid Attard with a front-running victory in the $250,000 Presque Isle Mile Stakes on the evening of Sept. 7.

  • Simulcast Conference Deadline Sept. 14

    The 20th annual International Simulcast Conference, to be held at the Sheraton Sand Key Resort in Clearwater Beach, Fla., Oct. 1-3, will continue to look forward as the wagering marketplace grows and evolves.

  • State Seeks Quick Action on Belmont Parcels

    New York state officials are looking to fast-track development of two under-used parcels at Belmont Park, but are clearly backing away from plans developed four years ago for a possible VLT facility at the site.

  • Monmouth Feature

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  • Golden Ticket (right)

    Travers Tie a Golden Ticket to Stud Future

    MAHUBAH'S CORNER<br />Montana-based Magic City Thoroughbreds cashed in a Golden Ticket of its own Aug. 25 when its colt of that name dead-heated with favored Alpha for the historic Travers Stakes.