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Questions abounded over his fitness, but the three-time champion hurdler McDynamo turned back all challengers on the final turn and drew off over the final half-mile to win his fifth consecutive Breeders' Cup Grand National Steeplechase (NSA-I) Oct Read More
Jockey Roman Chapa recently began serving a five-year suspension issued by the New Mexico Racing Commission after he was found to be in possession of an electrical device. Chapa had appealed the ruling to district court, which on Sept. 11 upheld Read More
Join author and award-winning photojournalist Barbara D. Livingston for Thursday's edition of bloodhorse.com "Talkin' Horses" sponsored by AIRshod. Livingston will be the guest live online at < Read More
The Jockey Club reported that 3,881 stallions covered 63,629 mares in North America during 2006. These matings resulted in 36,317 live foals for 2007 being reported to The Jockey Club on Live Foal Reports as of this Sept. 6.
Maria's Mon, who achieved star status by siring a Kentucky Derby winner from his first crop of foals, was euthanatized the morning of Sept. 14 at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute near Lexington. The 14-year-old son of Wavering Monarch stood at Read More
Judging from the enthusiastic reaction of the patrons at the Newark Film Festival in Newark, Del., Sept. 6, the Hennegan Brothers' award-winning documentary "The First Saturday in May" is destined for great things once the Hennegans get the film Read More
The New South Wales Department of Primary Industries said 835 horses on 119 properties across the state were infected with equine influenza (EI) as of Sept. 3, with another 2,900 horses on 319 additional properties considered suspect of having Read More
A group of about 100 horses at Ruidoso Downs Race Track in New Mexico has been tested for equine infectious anemia (EIA) by the New Mexico state veterinarian's office after a horse stabled near the track's barn area tested positive for the virus Read More
Trainer Todd Pletcher reported this morning that Rags to Riches, the first filly to win the Belmont Stakes in 102 years, has had her temperature drop to normal levels and will likely head back to the track at Saratoga Race Course Aug. 30. Read More
Australia's major studs have been rocked by confirmation that more than 30 of the world's leading shuttle stallions will be detained in quarantine for up to a month after the detection of a virus in one horse recently imported from Japan, Read More
Gato Del Sol, who won the 1982 Kentucky Derby as a homebred for Arthur B. Hancock III and Leone J. Peters, was euthanatized Aug. 7 at Hancock's Stone Farm near Paris, Ky. The 28-year-old pensioned stallion was foaled and raised at Stone.
Funny Cide, the first New York-bred to win the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, and who captivated fans with his pursuit of the 2003 Triple Crown, will be celebrated with a retirement party Aug. 10 at Saratoga.
Rags To Riches, this year's Belmont Stakes winner, returned to Todd Pletcher's barn at Belmont Park July 27 following two days at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine's New Bolton Center, where she had a complete physical Read More
Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA) announced that Priscilla Clark will receive the TCA Industry Service Award at the 18th annual TCA Stallion Season and Art Auction at Keeneland in Lexington, Ky., on Nov. 30.
Luna is in need of a home. She was not able to race due to a cyst on her coffin bone. She could make a fine Embryo Transfer mare. Breeding sound. We were going to use her last breeding season, but other mare did not get pregnant. She is pasture s ... Read More