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Latest Issue of American Racehorse Now Online Featuring Detroit Race Course, a Civil War Thoroughbred Hero and More
By February 7, 2018 Read More →

Latest Issue of American Racehorse Now Online Featuring Detroit Race Course, a Civil War Thoroughbred Hero and More

The Winter 2018 issue of American Racehorse magazine is now available online by clicking here. This issue of American Racehorse magazine features articles about Michigan’s Detroit Race Course, General Ulysses S. Grant’s Civil War Thoroughbred Cincinnati, Texas’ Valor Farm and new stallions in the region. It also includes racing and breeding news from Texas, Oklahoma, […]

Rhino Announces Sales Alliance with Equine Equipment
By February 4, 2018 Read More →

Rhino Announces Sales Alliance with Equine Equipment

Rhino® announced today that they have formed a sales alliance with Equine Equipment. Equine Equipment offers dedicated discounts on equipment for horse owners and horse ranches, covering the United States of America and Canada. The company works with major manufacturers of mowers, tractors and other commercial equipment through existing dealerships and offers price advantages to […]

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Keeneland Library Showcases Work of Noted Racing Artist Peb
By February 4, 2018 Read More →

Keeneland Library Showcases Work of Noted Racing Artist Peb

The Keeneland Library is paying tribute to Pierre Bellocq, the internationally celebrated artist better known as “Peb,” with the exhibit “Artistry of Peb: Fifty Years of Features” that opens Monday, Feb. 5, and a virtual exhibit now available on Keeneland.com titled “The Artistry of Peb.” “Artistry of Peb” showcases 18 of Bellocq’s features from The […]

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Collector’s Edition 2018 Calendar Celebrates Secretariat’s Last Living Sons and Daughters
By January 30, 2018 Read More →

Collector’s Edition 2018 Calendar Celebrates Secretariat’s Last Living Sons and Daughters

Secretariat fans everywhere have given rave reviews to a 2018 calendar featuring the last living sons and daughters of legendary 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat. Released just after Christmas, the fund-raising calendar has been very successful in its mission to raise money for its beneficiaries, despite the late launch for a calendar, and has already […]

First Foal for Oklahoma Stallion Home of the Brave
By January 21, 2018 Read More →

First Foal for Oklahoma Stallion Home of the Brave

The first foal for freshman sire Home of the Brave of Caines Stallion Station in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, arrived this morning. The colt is out of the Gentleman (Arg) mare Jump Jivin Jade. Shortly thereafter, his second foal, a filly out of a Rahy mare, was born. The unraced Home of the Brave is a full […]

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First Foal Arrives by Oklahoma Stallion Den’s Legacy of Mighty Acres
By January 18, 2018 Read More →

First Foal Arrives by Oklahoma Stallion Den’s Legacy of Mighty Acres

The first foal sired by Oklahoma stallion Den’s Legacy was born January 16 at Hill ‘n’ Dale Farm in Ontario, Canada, according to an article on BloodHorse.com. A Grade 3-winning son of Medaglia d’Oro, Den’s Legacy stands at Mighty Acres in Pryor, Oklahoma, as property of Center Hills Farm. In addition to his graded stakes […]

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Trainer Don Von Hemel Looks to Keep Lengthy Oaklawn Win Streak Alive
By January 12, 2018 Read More →

Trainer Don Von Hemel Looks to Keep Lengthy Oaklawn Win Streak Alive

One constant the last four decades at Oaklawn has been trainer Don Von Hemel of Hot Springs. Actually, he’s been more like a sure bet. Von Hemel, 83, has at least one victory at every Oaklawn meeting since 1975, a lengthy streak he will try to extend with Cowboy U Know in Saturday’s first race. […]

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Springboard Mile Winner Greyvitos Voted Remington Horse of the Meeting
By January 7, 2018 Read More →

Springboard Mile Winner Greyvitos Voted Remington Horse of the Meeting

Greyvitos, the talented gray who won the $400,000 Springboard Mile by 2-1/4 lengths, has been voted the 2017 Remington Park Horse of the Meeting. The seasonal titles are determined by a vote of media that covered the season along with track and racing department officials. Owned by Triple B Farms of North Hollywood, Calif. and […]

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Longtime Oklahoma Stallion Service Stripe Euthanized at Age 26
By December 28, 2017 Read More →

Longtime Oklahoma Stallion Service Stripe Euthanized at Age 26

Service Stripe, a leading Oklahoma stallion over the past decade, was euthanized at Caines Stallion Station in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, on December 26 due to old age. The stakes-winning son of Deputy Minister was 26. After originally standing in Kentucky, Service Stripe relocated to Oklahoma and first stood at Rockin’ Z Ranch before moving to Caines. […]

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Hall of Fame Trainer Jack Van Berg Dies at 81
By December 28, 2017 Read More →

Hall of Fame Trainer Jack Van Berg Dies at 81

Trainer Jack Van Berg, a member of horse racing’s national Hall of Fame and the conditioner of more than 6,500 winners, passed away December 27 at the age of 81 after battling cancer. A perennial leading trainer at Ak-Sar-Ben in Nebraska along with other tracks around the Midwest and around the country, Van Berg is […]

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