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Doc Lane's and Limestone Lab will be located at 101 Venture Court, Suite 125, in an office park near the intersection of Leestown Road and Citation Boulevard.
The largest horse industry survey in the nation has hit the countdown for its final days. The American Horse Council's Equine Economic Impact Survey comes to a close Sept. 29.
Following another successful showing in Lexington in July, the Real Rider Cup returned to its home in Fair Hill to complete the 2023 series of events, welcoming 21 horse and rider combinations along with spectators.
Classic winner Alpha Centauri and four other group 1 winners in foal to some of the world's leading stallions will feature on the first day of the Goffs November Breeding Stock Sale as part of the Niarchos family's restructuring.
The 2024 Illinois racing calendar hinges on the assumption Hawthorne Race Course will be actively building out its long-awaited casino during the season. Hawthorne's Tim Carey said a "renaissance" awaits Illinois racing.
The Thoroughbred racing business exists on the backs of thousands of horses typically described as "useful." Book 6 of the Keeneland September Sale is for sharp buyers who can read a condition book as well as they can a catalog page.
The launch of 40 Days of Giving puts key Thoroughbred industry charities in the spotlight as the countdown continues to the 40th running of the Breeders' Cup World Championships.
Peruvian jockey Martin Chuan returned to the U.S. in June and has ridden 14 winners from 83 starters.
Mike Repole has considerable experience when it comes to the emotions generated by winning a grade 1 stakes.
Imported group 2 winner Malavath looks to clinch her first win stateside for trainer Christophe Clement and owner Moyglare Stud in the $150,000 Noble Damsel Stakes Sept. 23 at Belmont at the Big A.
Jockey Danny Tudhope believes Summerghand might be peaking at the right time again before his attempted defense of his Ayr Gold Cup crown Sept. 23.
While the federal government could soon be heading toward a shutdown, the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority said its operations, as well as the racing schedule, would not be impacted.
The family of former Kentucky Gov. Brereton C. Jones, who died Sept. 18 after a lengthy illness, announced Sept. 21 that his body would lie in state in the rotunda of the Kentucky State Capitol Sept. 25 from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. ET.
Keeneland had a strong day of trade during the ninth session of the September Yearling Sale, Sept. 20, led by a Practical Joke colt from the family of group 1 winner X Y Jet, sold for $250,000 to CJ Thoroughbreds.
As the final notes of the Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale symphony were carried on the autumn breeze Sept. 20, the crescendo will have been a sweet tune for Simon Kerins and his team, as well as the vendors who supported the sale.
Antonio Sano saddled his 949th winner in the United States Sept. 9 at Gulfstream Park. The 60-year-old trainer is hardly ready to rest on his many laurels, however. He has too much to look forward to.
Classic Kitten won her third career start by 4 1/4 lengths.
A analysis of racing in 2021 and 2022 found no statistically-significant differences in incidence of fatality with track condition on either dirt or turf surface types.
Ryvit, who is out of the Medaglia d'Oro mare She is Bedazzling, is fond of the six-furlong distance that the Gallant Bob presents. Half of his 10 career starts have come at this distance with a 4-0-0 mark in those efforts.
The 2023 Global Symposium on Racing will be held at Loews Ventana Canyon from Dec. 4-6 and will offer expert insights, networking opportunities, panel discussions and more.