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Pegasus World Cup introduces a Gr 1 Turf Race for 2019

Pegasus World Cup introduces a Gr 1 Turf Race for 2019Hallandale Beach, FL. September 18, 2018 - The Stronach Group, owners of the Pegasus World Cup, announced today an exciting new element to what has become, in just two short years, one of the premier events on the Thoroughbred racing calendar.

Horses for Heroes program for veterans and active-duty military personnel

U.S. Army veteran Brian Ray was sitting tall in the saddle of a palomino quarter horse at the Crossed Arrows Ranch south of Santa Fe. The combat vet, who had spent three decades in the military, including two tours in Iraq as an adviser, focused his heart, mind and body on his connection with the horse.
 

Hong Kong Jockey Club's Mainland China Racecourse is now officially open

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Conghua Racecourse officially opened on August 28th 2018, marking the beginning of a new era for the sport of horse racing in Hong Kong and for the ever closer relations between Hong Kong and Guangdong.

Ireland: horse therapy transforming lives of disabled children

Ireland: horse therapy transforming lives of disabled children Before meeting Smokey the pony, five-year-old Maisie Colhoun couldn't sit up properly and was barely able to walk but the Co Derry child, who has Down's Syndrome and cannot speak, has developed an extraordinary bond with the placid animal who has helped her and dozens of other children overcom

Churchill racing club celebrates debut winner

Churchill racing club celebrates debut winnerThe stands were a little fuller, the excitement was a little higher and the cheers were a little louder Tuesday during the sixth race at Indiana Grand. That's because the race included first time starter Distant Shore, who is owned by the Churchill Downs Racing Club.

Dubai World Cup Meeting Raised to Record $35m; Dubai World Cup Elevated to $12m

 Dubai World Cup Meeting Raised to Record $35m; Dubai World Cup Elevated to $12mOn March 30, 2019, the Dubai World Cup meeting is set to enhance its status as the world’s richest day of horseracing. Total purses for the card, which will feature six Group 1 and three Group 2 fixtures, will increase from US $30 million to $35 million.
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