Headlines and features from the Thoroughbred industry
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Five U.S. Senators and five Representatives sent a letter Jan. 25 to the Federal Trade Commission asking for the agency to disapprove recently resubmitted anti-doping and medication rules from the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority.
When 2023 racing begins at Remington Park, it will start with new guidance in the racing department. Kelly Cathey has accepted the director of racing position and will oversee the operation for all breeds competing at the Oklahoma City facility.
The stallion's first colt arrived Jan. 21 at Castleton Lyons and his first filly Jan. 25 at Taylor Made Farm.
Pride of the Nile will look to turn the tables on Faiza Jan. 28 in the Las Virgenes (G3), which is a points-paying prep for the May 5 Kentucky Oaks (G1). Also entered is the highly regarded Justique for trainer John Shirreffs.
Homebred Chalk Stream provided King Charles with his first winner as an owner in Australia on Jan. 26 when landing the listed Australia Day Cup at Warwick Farm.
Racing Post photographer Edward Whitaker caught up with former champion jockey Oisin Murphy earlier this week as he closes in on his comeback to race-riding following a lengthy ban.
Led by the $1 million Haskell Stakes (G1), Monmouth Park is set to offer $7,735,000 in stakes races when the track kicks off its 78th season Saturday, May 13.
Virtual Thoroughbred Owner Conference to be interactive virtual panels over the course of 10 months.
Bob Ehalt evaluates and handicaps the Southwest Stakes (G3) field.
After an especially wet winter forced Turf Paradise to cancel numerous races, the Phoenix racetrack took the bold step of renovating its racing surface.
The Ocala Breeders' Sales Company Winter Mixed and Horses of Racing Age Sale finished Jan. 25 with encouraging results, setting the tone for the rest of the sales year.
A list of upcoming farm open houses and stallion shows.
Drafted, a 9-year-old gray or roan son of Field Commission, arrives at his 2023 debut with a ledger of 10-3-4 in 33 starts and earnings of $1,157,443 as the field's lone millionaire.
Donato Poliseno was sentenced on Jan. 25 to serve four months in federal custody in connection with doping offenses in harness racing.
The colt was born at Hartwell Farm out of the Bodemeister mare Hope So.
Justin Evans got fined as the trainer of record for two fillies that got each other's lip tattoo numbers as 2-year-olds and later raced under the wrong name. This is the second identification mix-up he's been involved with since August 2021.
Multiple champion trainer John Gosden warned British horse racing Jan. 25 that the imposition of intrusive affordability and source-of-funds checks on bettors combined with the lure of the black market could prove catastrophic for the sport.
Scheduled as a points event on the 2022 NHC Tour, the grand prizes will be seats for the top two finishers in the National Horseplayers Championship finals, including hotel and airfare.
We Are NY Horse Racing released letters Jan. 25 from major unions along with a dozen small businesses and advocacy groups urging Governor Kathy Hochul to include the modernization of Belmont Park in the FY 24 Executive Budget Proposal.
After his victory in the 2022 Gun Runner Stakes last out which awarded 10 qualifying points toward the Road to the Kentucky Derby, Jace's Road returns Jan. 28 at Oaklawn Park for a shot at the Southwest Stakes (G3).