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Thorougbred People's Equine Legends Series: American Eclipse

AmericanEclipse “I believe we lost by the absence on the occasion of one of Virginia’s best sons, who had a ‘rascally ague’ at the time,” the Honorable John Randolph of Roanoke said during a session of Congress after Sir Henry met defeat at the hooves of American Eclipse. From May 27, 1823, which was the date of “The Great Match
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Stakes Roundup - August 20th

The_Pizza_Man Most U.S. horse racing fans are painfully aware of the European dominance in the Breeders' Cup Turf over the years. It's been especially acute recently, as horses based in Europe have crossed the pond and won seven of the last 10 editions of North America's richest turf race. To find the last time U.S.-based horses won
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End Short Fields. Race The Boys Against The Girls.

AQ When the gutsy filly Arabian Queen beat the John Gosden trained English Derby winner Golden Horn in the Grade 1 Juddmonte International run at York, England this week, it was quite a surprise. The female three year old was a 50-1 longshot, while Golden Horn was the heavy 4-9 favorite to take the $800,000 first
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Pedigree Review: Morton Fink's Wise Dan

wisedan Amongst horses, just as amongst humans, there are divas and there are warriors. The Thoroughbred can be flighty, nervous and downright goofy, or it can have boundless courage. The ultimate compliment that can be offered to a Thoroughbred is that he has a great heart, or a lot of heart—the synonym for that
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Thoroughbred People's Equine Legends Series: Boston

Boston2A grandson of Sir Archy, who is considered to be the first important stallion bred in the United States, Boston or “Old White Nose” as he eventually was referenced to, was quite famous in his own right. He was the first important American racehorse and his performances both on the track and in the breeding
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Clocker and Bloodstock Consultant Bruno De Julio

Brunodejulio7Bruno De Julio became fascinated with horse racing growing up in Italy. Since moving to the USA in the '80s, Bruno has built a highly successful and reputable clocking and handicapping business. Bruno talked to Thoroughbred People about his work, the art of clocking horses and his love for the game.
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