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  1. Pure Tactics wins Clockers' Corner Stakes at Santa AnitaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Paradise Post

    Pure Tactics rallied from off the pace to win the $75,000 Clockers' Corner Stakes for older horses by a half-length Sunday at Santa Anita. Ridden by Hall of Famer Mike Smith, Pure Tactics ran 6 1 2 furlongs on the hillside turf course in 1:12.28 and paid $14.40, $7.80 and $5.20 at 6-1 odds.

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  2. In Today's TDN:Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Thoroughbred Daily News

    John Oneil won $800,000 after coming out on top after three days of heated competition at the NHC Championship in Las Vegas, while recuperating Bob Neumeier took the inaugural Charity Challenge. On the racing front, Upstart was doing well a day after romping home first in the GII Holy Bull S. and impressive maiden winner Khozan will look to stretch out for his second start, while California Chrome and Texas Red work towards upcoming stakes engagements in Arcadia.

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  3. Horse racing: Perfect Style impressive in winning El Paso Times Stakes raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | El Paso Times

    In her previous start at Turf Paradise in Arizona, Perfect Style didn't run as well as she could have in finishing third in a stakes races as a two-year-old. But Sunday afternoon, the talented 3-year-old Indiana-bred daughter of Majesticperfection ran a much better race and in the process took top honors in the 6 and 1/2 furlong, $50,000 El Paso Times Stakes race at the Casino at Sunland Park Racetrack.

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  4. Sportive Overcomes Fog to Win Portland MileRead the original story

    Yesterday | Blood Horse

    Jan. 25. Sent off as the fourth choice at odds of 9-2, Sportive scored by one length for owner/trainer Jaqueline Smith while completing the journey in 1:38.42 over a fast track. mare Party Mode.

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  5. 74-Year-old Horseplayer Wins 2015 NHC TitleRead the original story

    Yesterday | Blood Horse

    John O'Neil of Huntington Station, N.Y., topped a field of 606 entries to win the $800,000 first-place prize and an Eclipse Award as Horseplayer of the Year at the Daily Racing Form/NTRA National Handicapping Championship Jan. 23-25. The NHC was presented by Racetrack Television Network, Sovereign Stable, and host Treasure Island Las Vegas.

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  6. Cambest son wins $25,000 "Claim To Fame"Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HarnessLink.com

    Dabestleaderever captured the $25,000 championship of the "Claim To Fame" series for $20,000 claimers on Sunday at Miami Valley Raceway, the seventh win of the day for harness racing driver over the rain-and-thaw dampened sloppy track. Trainer Virgil Morgan Jr. and partner Carl Howard collared the winner from the second preliminary leg and the eight-year-old A $10,000 championship in the "Claim To Fame" series for $5000 claiming mares was also decided with Bittersweet Best benefitting from a perfect second-over trip to top Luna Hanover ( Noble's winners were Earls Dixie Darlin, Wounded Warrior, Miss Suggs, Custom Made, Milliron Pete, Mama Made Me Blue and Dabestleaderever.

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  7. Mach A Wish heads Monday's cardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HarnessLink.com

    Mach A Wish, a winner from post 7 last week, leaves from post 8 this time in the harness racing $18,000 Mares Open pace on Monday, Jan. 26 at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. ' Mach A Wish into the lead on the way to a 1:53.4 victory in the top female pace of the week.

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  8. Meeting for a variety of controversial issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HarnessLink.com

    Despite warnings about a predicted snowy and icy Saturday afternoon in lower New York, 40 intently interested and concerned U.S.T.A. members, including some of the harness racing sport's most prominent owners, attended the annual meeting of U.S.T.A. District 8A in the Good Time Room of Yonkers Raceway. Reelected District 8-A Chairman Joseph Faraldo, and directors Mike Kimelman, Jordan Stratton and newly reappointed track director Bob Galterio lead discussions concerning a variety of controversial issues, including questions involving the efficacy of cobalt as a performance enhancer and the proper establishment of a scientific baseline for the substance.

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  9. Mark Jones victim of unfair systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HarnessLink.com

    Harness racing in New Zealand continues to have problems with its judicial system and the just released decision regarding Mark Jones and the Remiss blood TCO2 levels case is further proof in our opinion that the system is failing the people who are the principal stakeholders in this industry. Anyone who has read the long winded report of the hearing in this case will understand the frustration that Mark Jones must feel in that he has been found guilty of being a cheat in the court of public opinion where in reality Mark has done nothing wrong.

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  10. Nathan's rich vein of form continuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HarnessLink.com

    Nathan Williamson has been on fire since the Gore meeting just after Xmas and Saturday at Invercargill was another stellar day for the young harness racing trainer. Nathan added another four training wins to the resume which took him up to eleven wins since Xmas while he has also driven sixteen winners in the same period.

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  11. Went the Day Well wins Big A featureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Went the Day Well, once a promising Triple Crown contender, ended a lengthy losing streak Sunday in the $59,000 allowance feature for New York breds at Aqueduct. Went the Day Well rallied to beat Testosterstone by three quarters of a length for his first victory since the Spiral Stakes at Turfway Park on March 24, 2012.

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  12. Flashy Debut for Royal Delta Half BrotherRead the original story

    Yesterday | Blood Horse

    Khozan was purchased with a $1 million winning bid at the Fasig-Tipton Florida 2-year-olds in training sale last March. "We expected a good performance.

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  13. Haskin: Revisiting Penny's Birthday PartyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Blood Horse

    This column seemed to be well-received by Secretariat fans last year, so I thought I would reprint it as an annual Birthday present to Penny and all Big Red 's fans who might have missed it last year. Mrs. Chenery celebrates her 93rd birthday on Tuesday, Jan. 27. So let's return to her party one year later, but this time with nine photos of Big Red included.

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  14. Hospital care improves odds of horses surviving botulism, study findsRead the original story

    Sunday | Horsetalk

    Horses are considered highly susceptible to the botulin toxin produced by a common soil bacteria, causing the potentially fatal disease botulism. Photo: University of Pennsylvania Nearly half of the horses admitted with botulism to an American veterinary hospital survived, a study of treatment records has found.

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  15. Who will miss the Vic Cup cut?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | HarnessLink.com

    Tabcorp Park Melton will be the grand stage as 12 genuine harness racing top liners compete for summer Group One glory, with $400,000 on the line over 2240 metres. Barring any eleventh-hour misfortunes, the general consensus is nine of the 12 Victoria Cup spots have been locked away and the remaining three holes will be filled with runners from a group of five contenders.

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  16. Desormeaux Sets Derby Path for Texas RedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Blood Horse

    "It's still on schedule," Desormeaux said via telephone the afternoon of Jan. 25. "It's always been kind of a tentative schedule, like with all things concerning racehorses. It seems like the best plan for me at this point.

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  17. Junior driver repays bossesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Marlborough Express

    The second year junior driver picked up the biggest win of his career yesterday when he drove Backup to victory in the $18,000 Marlborough Cup at Waterlea. Natalie Rasmussen drove Backup to victory in cup prelude over 2700m on the first day of the Marlborough Harness Racing Club's two-day meeting on Friday.

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  18. Bob Neumeier Wins Celebrity Challenge at NHCRead the original story

    Sunday | Blood Horse

    ... tude simply: "I'm one of the lucky ones." The top five in the Charity Challenge standings was rounded out by Horse Racing Radio Network's Mike Penna ($59), Hall of Fame jockey Jerry Bailey ($57.40), and Daily Racing Form handicapper Dan Illman ($55).

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  19. SOA and Yonkers honor their Horsemen of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Hoof Beats

    Maine native Jason Bartlett came away with his fourth Yonkers' driving title, finding the winners circle 485 times in 2014 from 2,440 starts, thus winning with nearly 1 in 5 of his mounts. Trainer Ron Burke, who smashed the national earnings record, eclipsing even Thoroughbred trainer Todd Pletcher's earnings mark, also topped all Yonkers conditioners with over $4.6 million in purse earnings.

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  20. Samsula-bred horse wins National Horse of the Year for proud ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daytona Beach News-Journal Online

    He is "very, very gentle," but when getting ready to compete he "gets big like a rooster." "His eyes just sparkle," said Beth Kornegay.

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