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Leonard King, "The Face of Devon," dies at 83

NARG has big impact on shows

New horse gives Chapot an edge

Cheshire P-to-P adds field master chase

Martin makes last ride on Ace a win

Lady's rule in Gulf Classic

U.S. 2nd in HITS Nations Cup, leads league

Ann Ulrichsen, well know figure in
racing and showing, dies at 96

Legendary sire, Royal Prince, dies

Despite growth, Charleston Summer Classic retains charm

Kursinski praises Welling Turf Tour

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B&RSlots revenue doubles
for Md. tracks;
Del. and N.J. struggle

7 Pennsylvania-bred longshots
in huge field of
Derby maybes

Skating into record book

Diamond B host
breeders, trainers from
across region at open house

6th career stakes for
PA-bred Willet; Extrasexy
back from layoff

Tastefully Simple, leading
winner at Penn National in 2014

Headed for business career,
trainer discovered instead
business of winning horse races

Maker, Mena team
to win $200K trophy