Tag: "racing"

Pennsylvania clocker admits falsifying track workout times
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Pennsylvania clocker admits falsifying track workout times

Man admits providing false workout times for cash.

Information is power, horse racing industry told
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Information is power, horse racing industry told

Welfare and Safety of the Racehorse Summit talks medication, injuries, in industry “think tank”.

Racehorse welfare summit to be streamed live
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Racehorse welfare summit to be streamed live

The fifth Welfare and Safety of the Racehorse Summit which starts later today in the US is to be streamed live to the public.

Successful racing as a two-year-old can point to a longer career, Australian research suggests.
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Aust introduces retirement declaration for racehorses

Owners must report retirement of racehorses and advise future direction.

Snapshot of racing turnover rates revealed in Australian study
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Snapshot of racing turnover rates revealed in Australian study

Turnover close to 40% identified in one season.

Injured jockey on the improve
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Injured jockey on the improve

Long recovery road for Ashley Frye, but she’s making good progress.

Owners urged to reveal racehorse medications
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Owners urged to reveal racehorse medications

Racehorse owners in the US are now able to make their horse’s veterinary records public in a new initiative announced this week by The Jockey Club.

Colorado State University veterinary graduate Ed Blach applies the nasal strip he co-invented on Eli, a horse owned by Kat Fentiman. Photo: CSU
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California Chrome’s Triple Crown bid: A win by a nose would be nice

Equine nasal strips in the limelight in Belmont buildup.

New Zealand race-day fall rates lower than in Australia and Europe - study
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New Zealand race-day fall rates lower than in Australia and Europe – study

Researchers cast spotlight on fall rates in flat and jumps racing.

Do nasal strips help horses?
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Do nasal strips help horses?

Research suggests the strips are of benefit to horses.

California Chrome on the day of his Kentucky Derby win. Photo: Bill Brine/Wikipedia
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California Chrome claims the Preakness; one race away from Triple Crown

Could he become the first horse since ’78 to win the Triple Crown?

Al Shaqab Racing is donating the UK winnings of its racehorses to and Injured Jockeys Fund project. Newbury winner Olympic Glory kickstarted the fund-raising campaign.
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Qatari sheikh donates UK race winnings for injured jockeys

Al Shaqab Racing Super 20 to raise funds for new rehabilitation house.

Dr Christopher Riggs, Head of Veterinary Clinical Services of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, presents his views regarding equine veterinary services in China.
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International help key to China’s emerging equestrian landscape

Equestrian and racing industries working to catch up.

Dr Perikles Simon, Head of the Department of Sports Medicine, Rehabilitation and Disease Prevention of Johannes Gutenberg University, expresses his views on drug control to attending delegates.
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Racing makes new stand over horse drug testing

Racing authorities determined to enforce stringent drug rules.

The 35th Asian Racing Conference opening ceremony and gala dinner was held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre last night.
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FEI’s De Vos among Asian Racing Conference delegates

The 35th Asian Racing Conference opens in Hong Kong, welcoming high-level delegates from around the horse world.

Louis Romanet, Chairman of the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities, speaks at the IFHA Executive Council meeting today as it met for the first time at an Asian Racing Conference.
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World racing body reaffirms horse movement pledge

The Executive Council of horse racing’s world governing body met for the first time in Asia.

Ogden Mills Phipps
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“Clearly, the thoroughbred industry needs a new plan”

US Jockey Club boss talks in wake of damaging PETA revelations.

Historic Auckland racecourse to sell off portion of land
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Historic Auckland racecourse to sell off portion of land

Move by Avondale Jockey Club should clear all debt and leave cash for development.

US analysis puts TB death rate at 1.91 per 1000 starts
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US analysis puts TB death rate at 1.91 per 1000 starts

Figures show synthetic racing surfaces remain the safest.

Ogden Mills Phipps
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US Jockey Club may seek federal control of race meds

Clock is ticking and state regulators must hasten progress, Jockey Club head says.

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