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6-year-old tames a difficult pony and wins 3 national titles

Ward tops 40 from 13 countries in WEF's Finale

$Million classes show winning isn't everything

U.S. Dressage thrills its chef d'equipe

Laura Chapot wins 2 WEF circuits enroute to another top Rider title

Easter swarm of pony racers at Brandywine Point-to-Point

Reformed claimer wins first Steeplechase stakes

Spring arrives, prompting deep sighs and rolling up of sleeves

Dr. Ben Martin, long-time member of New Bolton staff and pioneer in psorts medicine

Major rivalries will spice both hunter and jumper divisions at Devon

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B&RPA-Bred champions include 54 stakes winners. A new record

Valian effort falls short in Dubai

Parx, jockey settle, averting a shutdown

Not For Love, king of mid-Atlantic sires, is pensioned; Wiseman's Ferry, sire of 2-time HOY Wise Dan, dies

Shunned yearling by Ecclesiastic breaks maiden as 3-year-old in California

West Coast trainer moves East drawn by purses but winter was a shock

Trainer Vazquez fights ban by Penn Gaming

Pominent Racing figure Dona Albright dies at 74

Back-to-back stakes for Page McKenney