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A Real Pistol: Amy Tarrant by Lenny Shulman

A slew of horses coming out of the two-day Breeders’ Cup World Championships in early November returned to the races in the next month, seeking redemption and perhaps a better shot at various divisional championships. Almost all of them, though, proved to be over the top, with exceptions To Honor and Serve and Jeranimo coming back to win graded stakes. Add to that short list Pomeroys Pistol...... Read More

'Cat' and His Kittens: Wayne Catalano - by Jacqueline Duke

On a leaden morning near the end of the Keeneland fall meet, Wayne Catalano stood in his usual spot on the track apron, peering intently into the drizzle. When a dark bay filly materialized along the outer rail, her irregular blaze discernible in the gloom, the trainer sprinted to meet her as she walked off the track.... Read More

Rekindling the Passion - by Esther Marr

Long-time breeder Ted Kuster found himself in a slump a few years back. After having devoted more than four decades to breeding and raising Thoroughbreds, a venture he stumbled into, he was getting discouraged. The economy was struggling, and he hadn't had a big horse in several years. His enthusiasm for the industry waned. Then Hilda's Passion came along.... Read More

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