Keeneland

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Dire.

The beautiful horses we love so much have definitely helped us out this year. With a deep void in our pockets due to the economy, these athletes have lifted our spirits. As horse racing did back in the... Read More

The Terrain is Steep

My goal this year was to choose 2-year-old horses early in their racing career, who would continue on to the Kentucky Derby . I wanted to use a few different tools, and test personal knowledge and wisdom... Read More

Keeneland Opens So Lets Handicap

My horses had a big weekend, including several old friends. How did your's do? Winning feels good..., but I need to learn to take my own advice. Opening day of Keeneland was a little cool and overcast... Read More

A Thoroughbred Rescue Story

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Two Market - by Dan Liebman

The Keeneland January horses of all ages sale is a barometer of, well, nothing. Most years, that is. Unless there is a major dispersal or unless the odd high-priced broodmare or two end up in the January... Read More

Hurting and Hope

So you may be asking why embeded this video of a crazy guy walking a tight rope, or " slacklining " as we call it in climbing. It is pretty simple... we're hurting as an industry. We are bruised and have... Read More

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