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  • Modigliani to Castleton Lyons

    Modigliani, sire of Italian champion Magritte, will relocate to Castleton Lyons near Lexington from Greentree Stud in Ireland for the 2010 breeding season.

  • Bernstein

    Bernstein's Fee Upped to $27,500

    Bernstein, fourth on this year's sires of 2-year-olds list, will stand at Castleton Lyons near Lexington for $27,500.

  • BC Classic runner-up Henrythenavigator will stand at Ashhford Stud.

    Henrythenavigator to Stand at Ashford

    Henrythenavigator, an expert miler who finished second in the Oct. 25 Breeders' Cup Classic (gr. I) at Oak Tree at Santa Anita, has been retired from racing for stallion duty at Ashford Stud near Versailles, Ky.

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    Flashy Bull Outnods Hesanoldsalt in Schaefer

    Flashy Bull and heavy favorite Hesanoldsalt staged a furious stretch duel Saturday at Pimlico in the William Donald Schaefer Handicap (gr. III), with Flashy Bull winning the head bob.

  • Retired Jockey Jeep Ryan Dead

    George Patrick "Jeep" Ryan, a popular jockey on the Ohio and Kentucky circuit, died Feb. 19 from complications from a stroke.

  • Grade II Winner Cefis Dead

    Cefis, a grade II winner named for Hall of Fame trainer Woody Stephens, has died of an apparent heart attack at Middle Creek Farm near Woodhull, N.Y.

  • Breeders' Cup Classic winner Saint Liam was euthanized Tuesday.<br>

    Horse of the Year Saint Liam Dead

    Horse of the Year Saint Liam, who completed his first year at stud at William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky., suffered a fractured hind leg while being led to his paddock Tuesday.

  • Record Price at Tattersalls Breeze-Up Sale

    Records tumbled at Tattersalls' 18th annual breeze-up sale in Newmarket, <br>England, with the 625,000 guineas for a Green Desert colt being the <br>highest amount ever paid at a European 2-year-olds in training auction.

  • Louisiana Stallion Homebuilder Dead

    Homebuilder, a millionaire and sire of 25 horses that won or placed in stakes, has been euthanized because of a heart condition.

  • Quadratic Dies at Age 30

    Quadratic, the sire of 25 stakes winners, died Oct. 24 at Morgan Kenyon's Deer Haven Farm near Keysville, Va. He was 30.

  • Fines, Suspension After Positive Test in New York

    The New York State Racing and Wagering Board has disciplined a trainer, assistant trainer, and veterinarian for two tranquilizers found in the system of Vagabond Saint following a second-place finish in the second race at Aqueduct April 14.

  • Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich speaks at pro-slots rally Tuesday.

    Maryland Horse Industry Rallies For Slots

    Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich made a personal appeal to members of a House committee Tuesday for approval of his slot machine bill. Before the meeting Ehrlich attended a pro-slots rally at the Capitol conducted by members of the state's horse industry.

  • Van de Kamp to Leave TOC

    After eight years of service, John Van de Kamp will be stepping down from his post as president and general counsel of the Thoroughbred Owners of California on July 1, 2004 after eight years of service.

  • North Dakota Commission Meeting Postponed

    The North Dakota Racing Commission meeting scheduled for Thursday, which was to include a decision on whether Racing Services would be renewed as the state's simulcasting provider, has been postponed. A decision to reschedule the meeting should be made Friday, a spokesperson said.

  • NJSEA Seeking Lease Offers for Meadowlands, Monmouth

    The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority Wednesday voted to authorize the issue of an offering statement that seeks proposals for a long-term lease of the Meadowlands and Monmouth Park. The investment-banking firm of Lehman Brothers will serve as the advisor to the NJSEA in the development of the statement.

  • Choctaw Nation Buys Blue Ribbon Downs

    Backstretch LLC, a private company wholly-owned by the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, closed a deal Monday to purchase Blue Ribbon Downs, one day before the Sallisaw, Okla. track was to be auctioned.

  • Paulson Horses Transferred from De Seroux

    Eight horses owned by Michael Paulson will be transferred from trainer Laura de Seroux and sent to the East Coast Friday to trainers Michael Matz and Bill Mott.

  • CDI Revenue Dips in Third Quarter

    Fewer racing dates and an unfavorable racing commission ruling led net revenue for Churchill Downs Inc. to drop by 6% during the third quarter of the year.

  • Breeders' Cup Upgrades in Place at Santa Anita

    When Sherwood Chillingworth remembers the last time Santa Anita Park hosted the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships in 1993, the Oak Tree Racing Association executive vice president concludes the event has matured greatly in that decade span.

  • Youbet Ready to Add Wireless Wagering

    Youbet.com is poised to launch portable betting in the fourth quarter of 2003 through wireless technology such as java-enabled cell phones and handheld personal computers.

  • TVG Sues Youbet to Protect Voting Interest

    TV Games Network, a shareholder in Youbet.com with an option to buy a majority interest in the company, has filed a lawsuit against Youbet for proposed changes to voting and term limits for its board of directors.

  • Texas Glitter, right, stays ahead of Joe&#39;s Son Joey to win the Yankee Affair Stakes at Gulfstream Park.

    Texas Glitter Wins Race Marred by Spill

    Texas Glitter outraced long shot Joe's Son Joey by a head Saturday to win the $75,000 Yankee Affair Stakes at Gulfstream. The race was marred when Kipperscope broke down.