Month: December 2020Page 2 of 43

What’s Going On Here: Turning the Page

New year is here; true professionals retire.

” HAPPY NEW YEAR”

  Happy New Year everyone!  We’d like to wish you all a very Happy Healthy New Year.  Let’s hope 2021 is better than this past year. There seems…

The Top 10 of 2020

With 2020 coming to an end, we wanted to round up this year’s top horse health topics. Read more on our top stories below!   1. Coronavirus and…

I Have a USDF Bronze Medal

Last week, I started seeing posts on Facebook of rider’s receiving their USDF awards for 2020. I knew my Bronze medal must be imminent. I was right. On…

Three-Year-Olds Ring In the New Year in Jerome

There were will be a nice birthday present awaiting one of five newly turned 3-year-olds Jan. 1 in the Jerome Stakes at Aqueduct Racetrack.

Stan the Man Takes on Fellow Veterans in Gravesend

Long Lake Stable’s Stan the Man will commence his 7-year-old campaign as part of an experienced five-horse field Jan. 2 in the $100,000 Gravesend Stakes, a 6 1/2-furlong…

Hot Rod Charlie, Get Her Number Resume Training

Hot Rod Charlie and Get Her Number, grade 1-caliber colts who sat out the final stages of their 2-year-old seasons, have resumed training toward their returns as 3-year-olds,…

AAEP Staffer Kleine Receives Service Award

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) honored a tireless advocate for equine veterinary practice and the welfare of horses when presenting the 2020 Distinguished Service Award to…

Racing Continues at Penn National Without Casino

Penn National Race Course, its business impacted by the COVID-19-related closure of its casino, has agreed to continue racing through January if sufficient pari-mutuel handle is achieved, according…

Omega Perfume Three-Peats in Tokyo Daishoten

Omega Perfume closed stoutly through the final 100 meters Dec. 29 at Oi Racecourse to land the Tokyo Daishoten for the third straight year.