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  1. Graham Orange receives Lifetime Achievement Award at Go Racing eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | York Press

    MORE than three decades of dedication to horse racing in the county was recognised when Graham Orange was handed the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Go Racing in Yorkshire Annual Awards Lunch. The popular public relations spokesman for Go Racing in Yorkshire, the organisation which represents the area's nine Flat and jumps tracks, was stunned to receive a standing ovation from more than 120 guests at the prestigious ceremony, held at York Racecourse.

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  2. Willie Mullins' exciting chaser Un De Sceaux out at FairyhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sky Sports

    Willie Mullins is keeping his fingers crossed Un De Sceaux can learn to be less extravagant in the jumping department as he bids to get off the mark over fences at the second attempt at Fairyhouse on Saturday. The free-going six-year-old won each of his seven starts over hurdles, more often than not blowing his rivals away with awesome displays from the front.

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  3. For horse racing stars, retirement home provides peaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | USA Today

    For horse racing stars, retirement home provides peace More than 100 horses have been given a quiet post-racing life in Kentucky. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1APA1Mi In this May 17, 1997, file photo, jockey Gary Stevens sits on Silver Charm in the Winner's Circle after winning the 122nd running off the Preakness at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.

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  4. Magic Millions becomes Australia's richest racedayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Northern Territory News

    THE Gold Coast will be the venue for Australia's richest race meeting with the 2016 Magic Millions day worth $10 million. On Friday, Magic Millions managing director Vin Cox, Racing Queensland chairman Kevin Dixon and Queensland Racing Minister Steve Dickson announced a seven-year partnership which puts the Gold Coast's biggest day into the world's top 10. The Magic Millions 2YO Classic for yearlings bought during 2014/15 Magic Millions sales will carry prize money of $2.5 million and the Guineas for three-year-olds doubles in value to $2 million.

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  5. Churchill selects new Kentucky Derby announcerRead the original story

    Thursday | USA Today

    The track announced Friday the voice is Travis Stone. He was race caller at Monmouth Park in 2014 and backup announcer at New York Racing Association this winter.

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  6. Churchill Downs names Travis Stone to track announcer postRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | WDRB-TV Louisville

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  7. Churchill selects successor to track announcerRead the original story

    Friday | WLEX-TV Lexington

    The track announced Friday he is Travis Stone, who was race caller at Monmouth Park in 2014 and backup announcer at New York Racing Association this winter. Stone succeeds Larry Collmus, who left after a year to call races at NYRA.

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  8. Twiston-Davies eyes the Cheltenham FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cotswold Journal

    The six-year-old now boasts 13 wins from 18 starts after a four-and-a-half-length success as a 4-7 favourite. Nigel Twiston-Davies laid down the gauntlet to Willie Mullins and Jessica Harrington, the Irish trainers of Faugheen and Jezki, who should be The New One's main rivals in the Cheltenham Festival's Champion Hurdle in March.

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  9. Sam Turner's tips: All the best bets for Saturday, December 20Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    Supporting a horse which is without a win in 12 starts over hurdles to land The Ladbroke may not seem the cleverest approach, but GASSIN GOLF could outrun his tasty odds. Admittedly, the versatile son of Montjeu has enjoyed plenty of opportunities since being switched to the winter game, but he has often run creditably in defeat.

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  10. Exciting Sceaux out at FairyhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ananova

    Willie Mullins is keeping his fingers crossed Un De Sceaux can learn to be less extravagant in the jumping department as he bids to get off the mark over fences at the second attempt at Fairyhouse on Saturday. The free-going six-year-old won each of his seven starts over hurdles, more often than not blowing his rivals away with awesome displays from the front.

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  11. Superstars among record nominationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | HarnessLink.com

    Defending champions For A Reason and Christen Me are among the record nominations for Victorian harness racing's two Grand Circuit events. Scheduled to be run at Tabcorp Park Melton on January 31, the Victoria Cup has attracted 58 nominations, headed by New South Wales competitor For A Reason.

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  12. Travis Stone Named Churchill Downs AnnouncerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Blood Horse

    ... showed interest in our vacant track announcer position. But it became clear to us that Travis' passion for horse racing and charisma resonated through the microphone and made him the ideal fit for our team and racing at Churchill Downs." Stone will ...

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  13. R Limo Joe Goes Wire-To-Wire at GPRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Thoroughbred Daily News

    Away quickest of all from his rail draw, the chestnut doled out swift early splits of :22.09 and :45.49 under a motionless Edgard Zayas. Bowling along on an easy lead, R Limo Joe was let out a notch when J S Bach came calling turning for home and it did not take much for the chesnut to hold that rival at bay en route to a two-length victory.

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  14. Lemon Drop Kid Colt Impresses in Big EasyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Thoroughbred Daily News

    Exiting a distant third-place effort behind TDN Rising Star Dortmund going Churchill's one-turn mile Nov. 29, Rigney Racing LLC's Another Lemon Drop got a rail-skimming ride from Calvin Borel, improved steadily to take command at the fence rounding the final turn and came away to a good-looking four-length victory in a rained-off allowance in the Friday opener at the Fair Grounds. Possessed of a turf-leaning pedigree, the $130,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase made his first two starts over that surface, finishing a debut fourth at Churchill Sept.

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  15. BHA delays flagship policy of zero tolerance to anabolic steroids for three monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    The BHA have attempted to put a brave face on a three-month delay to the introduction of their flagship policy of zero tolerance to anabolic steroids. A spokesman also denied that breaking the story on the busy last Friday before Christmas was an attempt to bury bad news.

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  16. Troubling new report, movie leaked and 'cash for gold' crackdown: First NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WKXW-FM Trenton

    With all of the hype and scare over Ebola, there was never a real threat in New Jersey. It's far more likely we will see an outbreak of a deadly flu, meningitis, or hepatitis.

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  17. Pine Creek: Worth a bet at 20/1Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sporting Life

    Dan Skelton landed the Ladbroke with Willow's Saviour last year and the weight of money that has forced Shelford's price down this week suggests he could well repeat the trick on Saturday. Shelford made all last time from Aubusson, a rival that has since won the Fixed Brush Hurdle and who bids for Grade One glory in the Long Walk earlier on Ascot's card.

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  18. The year in photosRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    As you click through the slideshow, you will find a striking photo of Susan Bivone, an architecture student with her senior thesis project at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute , the private research school in Troy, New York. Donna picked through some of her best work from throughout the year, selecting photos of Albany CEOs and founders of ambitious startup companies.

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  19. Pedigree Analysis: Milwaukee BrewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Blood Horse

    As 2014 winds down, Adena Springs' Canadian division is sitting pretty with three Adena stallions occupying the top-three spots on the Canadian sire list. The leader of the pack is , who is having an excellent year and seems poised to repeat his 2009 Canadian sire championship.

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  20. Old Friends to Receive Special Eclipse AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Blood Horse

    The award selection of Old Friends was announced Dec. 19 by event sponsors National Thoroughbred Racing Association, Daily Racing Form , and the National Turf Writers and Broadcasters. It honors extraordinary service, individual achievements in, or contributions to, the sport of Thoroughbred racing.

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