- October 23, 2012
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Trevor Denman still thrills fans after 30 years of race calling at Santa Anita by Lenny Shulman Trainer Vladimir Cerin will sometimes spend time between races at Santa Anita Park or Del Mar in the announcer...
- June 05, 2012
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New York program benefiting from Aqueduct’s Resorts World Casino New York City by Natalie Voss New York’s racing and breeding program is riding a roller coaster. The opening of Aqueduct’s Resorts World...
- April 24, 2012
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Gaming puts the ‘OK’ in Oklahoma by Esther Marr Before Remington Park obtained slots in 2005, the track was struggling to survive. The front side desperately needed updating, crowds had dwindled to alarmingly...
- April 10, 2012
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Pennsylvania battles to keep funding by Tom LaMarra The two will be forever linked: the 2004 Triple Crown run by Smarty Jones and passage of the Pennsylvania Race Horse Development and Gaming Act several...
- April 03, 2012
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Adena Springs Canada contributes mightily to Frank Stronach’s top-shelf operation By Lenny Shulman What goes up sometimes comes down. Regional markets for Thoroughbreds seem in a constant dance of rising...
- March 27, 2012
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Mike Grossman bets on Texas with his Eureka Thoroughbred Farm by Shelby O'Neill Much of the discontent in the Texas horse racing community centers on 22 acres right in the heart of downtown Austin...
- March 14, 2012
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Beverly Least and family make Foggy Bottom Farm a top breaking and training outfit. by Lenny Shulman When the improving fortunes of New York racing and breeding are considered, most of the discussion is...
- March 05, 2012
- 1,247 Downloads
Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. key to Central Florida horsemen by Deirdre B. Biles The Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co.’s mission is simple, according to Mike O’Farrell, who has served as the Central Florida auction...
- February 29, 2012
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Mark Casse’s ‘crazy good’ run By Jennifer Morrison Mark Casse has referred to his vast Thoroughbred training business at Woodbine racetrack as a “well-oiled machine” that runs smoothly from the early morning...
- February 22, 2012
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Dr. Winslow Stevens and Phillipe Lasseur make Keane Stud attractive to clients by Esther Marr When Jim Edwards retired in the 1980s and sold Keane Stud, his thriving Thoroughbred nursery near Amenia, N...