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Over the past six years, the Thoroughbred Makeover has grown from a breed showcase to a world-class competition. Join us as we learn about the program’s evolution and how it’s help rev the market for OTTBs.
The Jockey Club board of stewards, concerned with the narrowing of the diversity of the Thoroughbred gene pool, has announced its consideration of a rule to limit the annual breeding of individual stallions starting with the 2021 breeding season.
Racing breeder Stonestreet Farm has announced the development of a blood sampling, testing, and secure storage protocol in partnership with the University of Kentucky. The program was developed in response to reports of off-label bisphosphonate use in growing horses.
Finding the cause of 21 equine fatalities at Santa Anita Park, in Arcadia, California, is key to the future of not only the venue but also the horse racing industry in general, says a Kentucky-based scientist investigating the incidents.
Saturday’s richly endowed Pegasus World Cup Invitational races at Gulfstream Park showcased winners at contrasting stages of their careers. City of Light romped in his swan song in the $9 million Pegasus World Cup in the slop, while Bricks and Mortar is just getting started after capturing the inaugural Pegasus World Cup Turf worth $6,708,329.