Headlines for Friday, January 25, 2013

  • Lone Star to Renovate Main Track for Spring

    Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie announced that the main racetrack is being completely renovated along with grandstand improvements to be in place in time for the 13-week 2013 spring Thoroughbred season beginning April 11.

  • He's Had Enough finished 2nd in the 2012 Breeders' Cup Juvenile.<br><a target="blank" href="http://photos.bloodhorse.com/BreedersCup/2012-Breeders-Cup/Juvenile/26130125_Wz4K8f#!i=2194440122&k=mT36BvZ">Order This Photo</a>

    He's Had Enough Zips Six Furlongs in Company

    He's Had Enough, game runner-up in last fall's Grey Goose Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I), worked six furlongs over a wet-fast track at Santa Anita Park Jan. 25 in preparation for his upcoming 3-year-old debut.

  • Brisk Trading Concludes Cape Yearling Sale

    Brisk trading continued Jan. 25 in the concluding session of the two-day 2013 Cape Premier Yearling Sale taking place in the heart of Cape Town, South Africa.

  • Ellen McClain

    McClain Resigns as NYRA President

    New York Racing Association President and COO Ellen McClain announced Jan. 25 that she is resigning from her role, and board leaders said they would immediately begin a national search to find a replacement.

  • Derek Brugman - Variety Club

    Derek Brugman, Racing Manager - Markus & Ingrid Jooste talks about 2012 South African Horse of the Year Variety Club, whose future plans include the Breeders' Cup Mile.

  • J&B Met - Yogas Govender

    Trainer Yogas Govender, whose Martial Eagle runs in the J&B Met at Kenilworth on February 2.

  • J&B Met - Greg Ennion

    Trainer Greg Ennion, whose Master Plan runs in the J&B Met at Kenilworth on February 2.

  • J&B Met Robert Bloomberg

    Robert Bloomberg, Director & Analyst Western Cape Racing, previews the 2013 J&B Met.

  • J&B Met - Glen Kotzen

    Trainer Glen Kotzen, whose Fabiani runs in the J&B Met at Kenilworth on February 2.

  • Thinking Through Cheek Tooth Extraction Complications (AAEP 2012)

    As far as major dental surgeries go in horses, cheek tooth (premolar and molar) extraction is the most common; unfortunately, more than half these procedures pose risk of complication, noted Edward Earley, DVM, FAVD/Eq, of Laurel Highland Veterinary Clinic, in Williamsport, Penn. He addressed some of these potential complications, ways to minimize their o...