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3 of the world's best show you're never too old to learn - or too smart

For U.S., Pan A, Games may be more than routine speed bump on road to Olympics

Devon, accused of plotting to move, unveils plan for massive upgrade

Colvin named Best Child for 5th time

Prix completes hat trick

Scott Stewart reclaims title for 13th time

Demonstrative begins quest for 2nd Eclipse with convincing win in Nashville

Tribute to a pioneer in retraining race horses

A report on the latest in equine health and nutritional products and services

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B&RRecord for PA-bred at Timonium

Hopeful signs as Delaware, Presque Isle open

Preakness may move day, track

Robert Legg elected to head breeders

Bittersweet day for Jacksons

Granny's Kitten still perfect after two outings

Wiseman's Ferry may be gone from scene, but his get carry on

With 12 winners so far this year, things are looking up for trainer Tim Ice

Upgraded mile fraws 11 from across country

First stakes for Royal Renege


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