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TOP STORIES IN THE HORSE

Blowout win for U.S. in Winterfest Nations' Cup

Scott Stewart leads Winterfest hunters as rider, trainer

Horse country uproar over turkey farm

New Devon leaders stress return to tradition

Another milestone in Silva Martin's comeback

Meister's favorite hunter dies of colic at age 21

Kursinski overcomes some challeges to show
once again why she's the pro she is
















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TOP STORIES IN BREEDING & RACING




        
B&RBreed Fund may escape budget process without deep cuts

Pimlico boosts Preakness weekend with big bonuses

PA-Bred stakes worth $1.7 million at three tracks

Divining Rod puts
Roy and Gretchen Jackson
on Triple Crown trail


Hard Spun's Maftool regains form
in Dubai 2,000 Guineas


First stakes for 3-year-old
She's a Big Winner

Page McKenney, a tough,
consistent and familiar stakes
winner in Mid-Atlantic

Veteran trainer Eddie Broome
has saddled 6,600 horses that
have earned $23 million

Trainer Wells gets 3 months in doping case