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TOP STORIES IN THE HORSE

Leaner and meaner Devon will greet showgoers

22 sign up for timber racing’s most grueling test


Fout trains
3 winners on ‘opening’ day

Excellent steeplechase season
debut for Kingsley, McCarthy


German rider Andre Thieme
wins 2nd Ocala HITS Million


Denis Glaccum
steps down at Plantation Fields

Chapot ‘pretty proud’ to be Winterfest reserve jumper champion


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TOP STORIES IN BREEDING & RACING




        
B&RDerby hopefuls lift spirits at Pin Oak after tragic 2013

Stewart Elliott
leaves Parx
for Kentucky

BREED FUND CUTS, PLUS NEW FEES

Del. mulls casinos bailout

New caller
at Monmouth

Horses of regional interest
Favorite Tale continues to impress;
1st stakes win for Offlee Wild filly

Weigelia filly, purchased for $1,000 at Timonium, returns $151,498 so far

Trainer Trombetta a consistent member of millionaire’s club

Penn Gaming gets casino okay in Mass.


 



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