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TOP STORIES IN THE HORSE

Gold medal veterans Ward, Madden head Olympic short list

Social, cultural icon Frolic Weymouth dies at 79

Hunt Cup winner survived effort by riders to bar him
as dangerous

For first time ladies dominate DelVal Point-to-Points

Rider describes her 'scariest moment' ever in a race

Winterthur - Naylor's Top Man Michael wins
Open Timber Race

Rolex results raise hope for medal at Rio

Ward and Chapot renew annual dual for jumper supremacy

U.S. tied for second in hotly contested Mexico Nations Cup

Roger Haller, course designer for World, Olympic games, dies

Devon Shops - Take your inner clothes horse for a ride














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TOP STORIES IN BREEDING & RACING




        
B&ROne down, two to go for unbeaten Nyquist

$30,000 yearling becomes millionaire

First runner, first winner for
Union Rags

Drafting reform bill delays
breeding fund payments

Impressive allowance win for Augustin's Tasit

Florida owner of talented PA-Bred uneasy about PA 'political situation'

Rising jockey gives credit to many teachers and others who 'gave me
a chance'

Stronach & Sinatra busy restoring Maryland racing to former glory

Los Alamitos track record for PA-bred

Juvenile champ rocks again after 9-month layoff
 



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