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  • Stopchargingmaria out-duels Untapable to win the G3 Shuvee.Posted 23 hours ago
  • American Pharoah wins the Haskell completely in hand!Posted 23 hours ago
  • Heart to Heart takes them wire to wire in the G3 Oceanport.Posted 1 day ago
  • Casual Smile closes from second last to win the G3 Matchmaker Stakes.Posted 1 day ago
  • Bradester snags the G2 Monmouth Cup in front-running fashion.Posted 1 day ago
  • Rachel's Valentina, daughter of champion Rachel Alexandra, wins her debut at the Spa!Posted 1 day ago
  • Beholder wins the G1 Clement L. Hirsch for fun!Posted 1 day ago
  • Texas Red returns to the winner's circle with a Jim Dandy victory over Frosted!Posted 1 day ago
  • Red Rifle squeezes through rivals to win the Bowling Green.Posted 1 day ago
  • Madefromlucky takes the G2 West Virginia Derby.Posted 2 days ago

Social media, transparency good for the sport

Craig Bernick believes if you’re going to celebrate the highs in horse racing, you can’t run and hide when you are hit by the lows. Bernick, grandson of Glen Hill Farm founder Leonard Lavin and president and CEO of the racing and breeding operation since April 2008, took to Twitter… Read More

 

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