Horse racing: Jockey Hugh Bowman handed six-week ban after horrific Rosehill incident – The Weekly Times

Horse racing: Jockey Hugh Bowman handed six-week ban after horrific Rosehill incident The Weekly Times Read more: www.weeklytimesnow.com.au

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Keeneland Applies to Run Summer Meet July 8-12

Keeneland has submitted a request to the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission’s Race Dates Committee for a five-day summer meet of spectatorless racing from July 8-12, the Lexington track announced May 22. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Mongolian Groom Euthanized After BC Classic Breakdown

After sustaining a serious injury to his left hind leg in the stretch Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1), Mongolian Groom was euthanized at the equine hospital at Santa Anita Park. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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All Eyes on Santa Anita as Autumn Meet Begins

Three months after the troubled winter/spring meet at Santa Anita Park concluded, marked by 30 equine fatalities from racing or training, Santa Anita reopens Sept. 27 for its 23-day autumn season with scrutinizing eyes upon it. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Maryland Jockey Club Donation to Benefit TAA

The Maryland Jockey Club has donated a Toro Commercial Zero-Turn Mower to be raffled off on Black-Eyed Susan Day May 17, with all proceeds to benefit the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance.  Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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O'Brien Duo to Face Brown's Focus Group in Man o' War

Magic Wand and Hunting Horn, owned by Michael Tabor, Mrs. John Magnier, and Derrick Smith, are in New York where Magic Wand, in particular, will face a familiar challenge May 11 in the $700,000 Man o’ War Stakes (G1T) at Belmont Park. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Whitmore Works Toward 6-Year-Old Debut

Several notable horses worked over a fast track Feb. 13 at Oaklawn Park, including multiple graded stakes winner Whitmore for co-owner and trainer Ron Moquett. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Gonzalez, McCarthy, Vargas Earn Recognition in Maryland

A rainy closing day saw Claudio Gonzalez continue his recent domination of the trainer standings while Trevor McCarthy returned to a familiar spot atop the jockey standings and a new face emerged as Maryland racing’s leading rider for the year. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Symposium: Cummings Advocates for Bettors

Pat Cummings, executive director of the fledgling Thoroughbred Idea Foundation, has a long list of issues with the Thoroughbred racing industry in North America and voiced them at the University of Arizona’s Global Symposium on Racing. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Prado's Sweet Ride Draws Off in Falls City Handicap

Darrell and Sadie Brommer’s 6-year-old homebred mare Prado’s Sweet Ride led every step of the way and drew off in deep stretch for a decisive 4 3/4-length win over 3-5 favorite Devine Miss Grey in the $200,000 Falls City Handicap (G2) Nov. 22. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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