Headlines for Friday, June 28, 2013

  • Secretariat in the Kentucky Derby Winner's Circle

    Secretariat's Triple Crown Season

    Relive the legendary 3-year-old season of one of the greatest Thoroughbreds of all time, as told by The Blood-Horse in 1973. Secretariat's historic Triple Crown season is examined race by race.

  • Three VTA Board Members Resign Over Firing

    Virginia racing industry leaders Anne Poulson, Ernie Oare, and Dr. Jens von Lepel resigned from the Virginia Thoroughbred Association board June 28 over the controversial firing of former executive director Glenn Petty.

  • Calder Race Course

    Calder Policy Restricts Gulfstream Shipping

    Beginning July 1, Calder Casino & Race Course will prohibit horses stabled at Calder from re-entering its grounds if trainers send them to race at other Florida tracks, it was announced June 28.

  • First Starter for Sire Yesbyjimminy Wins

    Freshman sire Yesbyjimminy wasted no time in picking up his first winner as his first starter, Flay Mignon, scored a gate-to-wire victory in his career debut June 28 at Monmouth Park.

  • Golden Touch: Laffit Pincay Jr.

    Laffit Pincay Jr. shares memories of his nine Hollywood Gold Cup victories, including 1979 with Affirmed. This video is a companion to the feature, Golden Touch, which appears in the June 29/July 6 issue of The Blood-Horse.

  • Hastings Cancels Two Live Racing Cards

    Live racing at Hastings Racecourse in Vancouver, British Columbia, has been canceled June 29 due to a lack of entries and for July 5 because of a shortage of "race-ready" horses, according to a release.

  • Golden Touch: Laffit Pincay Jr.

    Laffit Pincay Jr. shares memories of his nine Hollywood Gold Cup victories, including 1979 with Affirmed. This video is a companion to the feature, Golden Touch, which appears in the June 29/July 6 issue of The Blood-Horse.