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T.I.P. Awards Applications Being Accepted
The application period for 2016 horse shows to apply for Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.) awards is now open and runs through Sept. 30.
South African Champion Wild One Dies
South African champion Wild One has died after complications following surgery. The gelding, who was recently crowned the country's champion stayer, was 6 at the time of his death.
Deal Apparently Reached on Texas Funding
Texas lawmakers have apparently agreed to temporarily fund the Texas Racing Commission, allowing horse racing in the state to resume after a one-day shut down.
Departing Tops More Than Ready Mile
Fresh off an impressive group I triumph at Royal Ascot, Wes Welker's Undrafted tops the 10-horse field entered in the $300,000 More Than Ready Mile Stakes on the opening-day card at Kentucky Downs Sept. 5.
Decisive Moment Back in Presque Isle Mile
While he has struggled since last year's front-running victory in the Presque Isle Mile, the connections of Decisive Moment hope a return to the Pennsylvania track helps the veteran runner in this year's edition.
No Indy Grand Samples Exceed Cobalt Threshold
The Indiana Horse Racing Commission said Aug. 31 that none of the 221 samples tested for cobalt during the first 60 days of the Indiana Grand Racing & Casino meet were above the published threshold level.
CA Stallion Sought After Euthanized
Well-bred California stallion Sought After, sire of grade I winner Masochistic, was euthanized recently at Joe Daehling's Daehling Ranch after developing laminitis in both front feet. He was 15.
Broberg, Hernandez Rule at Evangeline Meet
Evangeline Downs concluded its 84-day Thoroughbred racing season Aug. 29 with Karl Broberg and Colby Hernandez dominating from the start of the meet and taking the respective trainer and jockey titles.
Travers Registers Best Ratings in 20 Years
Fans packed the race track in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. and tuned to NBC in big numbers this past Saturday, Aug. 29, for American Pharoah's second-place finish in the 146th Travers Stakes.
Slideshow: The Week in Photos for 9/1/2015
Saratoga, Del Mar, Monmouth, Arlington, Parx, Woodbine, SunRay Park and More.

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Racing: Shinn picks Caulfield Cup

Volkstok'n'barrell has taken no harm from his first-up effort in the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday. Photo / NZME Yesterday's storm got rid of today's Waipa races, put a heavy hand on Friday's Tauranga raceday and made sure the Great Northern Steeplechase candidates will seriously earn their money at Ellerslie on Saturday.

All bets are off at Texas horse, dog tracks as budget impasse closes Racing Commission

Live racing at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie in May. The upcoming race season is in question due to a political battle in Austin over funding of the Texas Racing Commission. Texas horse tracks are open today, just not for racing or gambling.

Churchill Downs upgrading premium clubhouse seating

Churchill Downs plans to offer more premium seating with an $18 million project expected to be done in time for next year's Kentucky Derby. The track says the project will increase premium seating capacity by 41 percent, from 1,886 to 2,660, in areas being upgraded.

Oxford student trains for horse race at Newport yard

An Oxford student from Bristol took advantage of the horse riding available in Pembrokeshire when her parents booked a holiday cottage on the coast there. Alice Thomson studies Biology at Lady Margaret Hall, and began learning to be a jockey through university but she has been riding since the age of 8. She hoped to keep her fitness and training up on holiday with her parents and checked out what was on offer for riding in the area.

NY to review measures to save, care for retired racehorses

The New York State Gaming Commission plans to review measures available for taking care of retired racehorses, which can live for 30 years after careers generally lasting only three or four years. The daylong public session at the Fasig-Tipton Pavilion near the Saratoga Race Course will review state and national initiatives, as well as recommendations issued by a New York task force in 2011.

The Sport of Drunken Horse Racing

It is truly the sport of kings! To the Maya living in the Sierra de los Cuchumantes Mountains in Guatemala, drunken horse racing is an important tradition. Unlike, say, the Kentucky Derby, the riders are absolutely smashed.

John Camilleri found guilty of six of seven charges

Thoroughbred trainer Sam Kavanagh, whose licence was suspended in May after the former Sir Henry Cecil-trained Midsummer Sun tested positive for the banned substance cobalt, has been found guilty on 23 of the 24 charges in an investigation into cobalt and caffeine breaches by Racing The Kavanagh-trained Midsummer Sun returned a positive pre-race swab to both substances when winning the Gosford Cup in January and investigations found an extensive use of a "Vitamin Complex" which contained excessive levels of Kavanagh, whose Melbourne Cup-winning father Mark is also under investigation by Racing Victoria for cobalt offences, was among six men charged with 54 breaches by Racing New South Wales stewards.

Silvio Calabi: Meet the Dodge (rumble, rumble) Hellcat

Real power has gotten not only plentiful but cheap. Back in the Dark Age of the car - the 1970s, when we were rudely confronted by gas shortages and tailpipe emissions - even Corvettes and Porsches could barely summon up 200 horsepower.

Bram Weinstein lands with horse racing outfit after ESPN

Bram Weinstein is headed to the track. Since his departure from ESPN in May, the Montgomery County native has been absent from the airwaves, until now.

Moody's: Massachusetts' first casino off to 'solid start'

Moody's Investors Services says Massachusetts' first casino is off to a "solid start" and already having an impact on a nearby casino in Rhode Island. The state announced this month that Plainridge Park, a slots parlor and harness racing track in Plainville, earned $18.1 million in gross gambling revenue during its first full month of operations in July.

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