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NYRA on Steinbrenner

"We were extremely saddened to learn of Mr. Steinbrenner's passing," said NYRA President and CEO Charles Hayward. "He had great enthusiasm for thoroughbred racing, and contributed his time and energy to the industry, both as an owner and as a NYRA Board Member. His Kinsman Stable left an indelible mark on New York racing, including Bellamy Road's remarkable 17 ½ -length victory in the 2005 Wood Memorial, and his sensational filly Dream Supreme's four New York graded wins. His passion for the sport will be missed."

 

 

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