Category: Racing

Kelsey Lefever Case Appalling, Retirement Group Makes a Difference

BENSALEM, PA — Amid concerns on the state and national level about the practice of racehorse slaughter, the Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (PTHA) announced today that nearly 700 horses have been safely retired through a program it implemented in May 2008 called Turning for Home. Since its creation just under four years ago, Turning for Home — the PTHA’s racehorse […]

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Cotillion Stakes Upgraded to Grade 1 For 2012

The North American Graded Stakes Committee recently upgraded the $750,000 Cotillion Stakes to Grade 1 status, due in part to the stellar fields of three-year-old fillies the race has attracted in recent seasons. Additionally, three other races were assigned Grade 3 status: the Smarty Jones Stakes, the Dr. Penny Handicap and the Greenwood Handicap. The Cotillion and the Smarty Jones Stakes […]

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Breeders’ Cup Marathon Champion is Parx-Based Afleet Again

Breeders’ Cup Marathon Champion is Parx-Based Afleet Again

CONGRATULATIONS BOB AND SUSAN KRANGEL OF KASEY K STABLES AND TRAINER BUTCH REID! BC Marathon Champion Afleet Again Scores at 41-1 Most of the states other security http://paper-writer.org/ components, however, are lacking: four years after the outbreak of the intifada, the israeli economy is in a recession unlike any since the 1950s.

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Report of Mares Bred: Pennsylvania Soars

Report of Mares Bred: Pennsylvania Soars

By Blood-Horse Staff 10/26/09 The “Report of Mares Bred” released by The Jockey Club Oct. 22 shows that Pennsylvania breeding is on the rise while the industry is in decline in every other major breeding state. According to the report, based on information received through Oct. 13 and which TJC said represents approximately 92% of the mares bred this year, the number of mares […]

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