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RTIP's Innovator's Circle Contest Back for 2016

2015 Innovator's Circle winner Shaun PyrahHorse racing's first pitch contest, giving entrepreneurs a chance to bring change and innovation to the horse racing industry, is returning for another year. In 2015, the winner of the Innovators' Circle competition won $15,000 and the contest's finalists earned significant exposure and access to the executives in horse racing.

Horses Helping 'War' Against Addiction in Montana

Families Benefit from Equine Therapy in MontanaShelly Fyant from Arlee painted circles around the eyes of a horse named Big Medicine on Wednesday night.

"The circle gives us a clear vision so we can see our enemy," she said.

Uncle Mo's Value Skyrocketing

Uncle Mo at Ashford StudNyquist's third-place finish in the May 21 Preakness Stakes (gr. I) won't diminish the luster of Uncle Mo, his sire and dominant second-crop stallion.

A week before the second leg of the Triple Crown, industry experts conservatively projected the value of Ashford Stud's son of Indian Charlie had grown to between $120-$140 million.

Preakness Stakes Contender Profile - Collected

Collected Wins the Lexington StakesThe 2016 Preakness Stakes field is comprised of 11 runners, three of whom are multiple graded stakes winners in North America. Handicappers can quickly guess that Nyquist and Exaggerator are two of three. But the third? That's the Bob Baffert-trained Collected.

This 'Page' is Racing's Latest Rags to Riches Story

Page McKenneyEvery once in a while, Hollywood likes to crank out a good old-fashioned horse racing picture. Rags-to-riches or the rise-from-obscurity stories are favorites, likeNational Velvet and Seabiscuit.

Adam Staple's Page McKenney, a 6-year-old gelding in the Pimlico Race Coursebarn of trainer Mary Eppler, might not make for a classic—but he has got plenty of the elements for a good yarn.

Nyquist Latest Classic Winner Developed by Niall Brennan

Pinhooker Nial BrennanHorseman Niall Brennan has been selling 2-year-olds that he's raised, broken, and trained since 1991 and has sold so many good horses over the years it's hard to keep track. However, you remember the classic wins and classic years.

Equine Therapy Aiding Soldiers & Families at Fort Rucker

Soldier Lunging a Horse at Fort RuckerThere are countless methods of therapy used to help Soldiers and family members through difficult times, but helping agency personnel on Fort Rucker aren’t horsing around when it comes to providing the best treatment for those under their care.

Maryland Breeding Industry Set For Renaissance

Sagamore Thoroughbred Farm in MarylandBob Manfuso walked through one of the stables at his 195-acre Howard County farm like a proud papa — or, more accurately, a doting grandpa — as he watched his newest foal, a bay colt born the previous night, bond in a stall with his mother.


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E.P. Taylor's Promise and Premier Wynne's Commitment

E P Taylor Sixty years ago, E.P.Taylor ​renewed the Articles of Incorporation for The Ontario Jockey Club as a lead up to the opening of the new Woodbine Racetrack on June 12th 1956. And, although the head of the HPBA Sue Leslie was recently quoted as saying, "it is their (WEG's) track," Mr Taylor's vision was that the business of Woodbine be carried out as a not-for-profit corporation that existed as a means to manage and market ​breeding and ​horse racing​ in​ Ontario. Over the past fifteen years, much of what  ​Mr. Taylor envisioned has been altered. Read more

The Majesty and History of the Horse

Muriel Lennox, author of Northern Dancer: The Legend and His Legacy, and internationally recognized authority on Northern Dancer and his sire Nearctic and their astonishing influence on the world's greatest Thoroughbreds talks about the beauty and majesty of the horse.