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F-T October Yearling Sale Recap Day 2
Ian Tapp reviews the days results, including details about the top sellers, and comments from Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning on the sale.
O'Neill and Racing's Slow Regulatory Process
Sanctions against Doug O'Neill for a June 2013 drug positive calling for the highest level of penalty would not be levied until earlier in October when an agreement between the NYSGC and the trainer was reached.
Hollendorfer: Shared Belief Has 'Great' Work
Champion Shared Belief, in his longest workout leading up to the Nov. 1 Breeders' Cup Classic (gr. I), worked six furlongs in 1:14 2/5 handily on the synthetic Tapeta surface at Golden Gate Fields Oct. 21.
Trakus Coming to Some Australian Racecourses
Trakus timing and tracking technology is set to be installed at selected racecourses in Victoria, Australia, Racing Victoria and the Victorian Coalition Government announced Oct. 21.
F-T October Running Ahead of 2013 Record Pace
At its second session, Fasig-Tipton Kentucky's October yearling sale saw a $400,000 sale leader and gains that suggest the auction could surpass 2013's record numbers, but buybacks were still trending higher.
HRTV to Air Live Coverage of Breeders' Cup
HRTV will present comprehensive live coverage leading into, and continuing through, the 31st Breeders' Cup World Championships Oct. 31-Nov. 1 at Santa Anita Park.
Fawkner, Adelaide Among Cox Plate Favorites
Recent Caulfield Stakes (Aus-I) victor Fawkner is the favorite in a full field of 14 for the Sportingbet Cox Plate (Aus-I), Australia's premier weight-for-age race, Oct. 25 at Moonee Valley.
Raffetto Joins New England HBPA Effort
Lou Raffetto, former Suffolk Downs vice president of racing, is teaming with the New England Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association in its efforts to structure a deal that would restore live racing at the track.
Kentucky Regulator Approves 2015 Race Dates
At its regular Oct. 21 meeting at the Kentucky Horse Park, the KHRC approved race dates for next season that kept in place an agreement on September dates made by Churchill Downs, Kentucky Downs, and Ellis Park.
Podcast: Bob Baffert and the Breeders' Cup
Trainer Bob Baffert discusses his Breeders' Cup hopefuls, including the speedy Bayern, with Ron Mitchell of The Blood-Horse. Bob expands on the meaning of the event for owners and also gives us an update on Hoppertunity.

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Roy Exum: Saban: Just Let - Em Run

This week started badly for Alabama coach Nick Saban. After suffering a 23-17 upset at Ole Miss two weeks ago, the once-fearsome Crimson Tide looked darn-near lethargic in eking out a 14-13 win at Arkansas last Saturday and the fan base was visibly shaken.

Horse Racing: Preview of the 2014 Raven Run Stakes at Keeneland; BC Works

With now just two weeks left until the 2014 Breeders Cup Championships, there is still some good racing/horses going on this weekend. Belmont Park is running their annual New York Bred Showcase day, which is a day where there will be eight stakes races run, all with six figure purses and all for New York state bred horses.

Colonial Downs closes in New Kent

An argument over the number of racing days at Virginia's only pari-mutuel racetrack has ended with neither side claiming victory.

Board finds no wrongdoing in death of teen jockey

Investigators have found no wrongdoing by jockeys in this week's death of a 17- year-old apprentice jockey riding at an Indiana horse track. Indiana Horse Racing Commission Senior Steward Stan Bowker told The Indianapolis Star on Friday the three-member board of stewards found the death of Juan Saez of Panama was "an unfortunate accident."

The Richard Fahey Column

Richard Fahey is delighted the rain has arrived ahead of Gabrial's Kaka's run on Champions Day - check out his Saturday guide. It's great to have a team of five going down for QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot this weekend where the ground conditions are going to be pretty testing.

The Valley's Horse Racing Season Starts This Weekend

The Valley's horse racing season starts October 18th at Turf Paradise. And this year, you have a new way to place your bets.

Devastated owners' tribute to tragic Grand National horse

Peter and Anne Nelson have hung the pastel artwork of their steeplechaser According to Pete in the lounge of their home in Helperby, near Thirsk , so they can always be with their beloved horse. Mr Nelson said entering the 11-year-old in the controversial four-and-a-half mile Aintree race in 2012 had been a fairytale, and he had believed the 16hh gelding was going land National Hunt racing's most coveted prize before being brought down and sustaining an untreatable fracture at the notoriously dangerous Becher's Brook.

Shane Warne guest of honour at Cup Day

Australian cricket legend Shane Warne has been announced as the guest of honour at next month's Cup Day horse racing in Christchurch. The colourful sportsman and Liz Hurley's ex, known simply as 'Warnie', is said to enjoy a flutter on the fillies.

Lesotho horse riders race to the unmarked finish line

It's no Durban July, but the annual Mehloding Heritage Event Horse Race in Mparane, Lesotho, is one of the most exciting events in the country. The annual horse races in Mparane, Lesotho, coincide with the Race to Rhodes bike ride from Pietermaritzburg to Rhodes in the Eastern Cape.

Facebook readers save horse from lion's den

Facebook readers save horse from lion's den Facebook shares save arthritic, old horse from uncertain future Check out this story on Spencer, the newest rescue addition at Tierra Madre Horse Sanctuary, shyly steps onto the compound for the first time Oct. 4, 2014, in Cave Creek. Jim Gath, the owner and chief operator, injects oral pain killer mixed with molasses into a horse at Tierra Madre Horse Sanctuary on Oct. 4, 2014, in Cave Creek.

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