The interactive, electronic version of The Horsemen’s Journal’s Winter 2019 issue is now available online. It is an enhanced version of the printed magazine, which is currently being mailed. To view it, click here. Features in the issue include: Another All-Time High The 21st Claiming Crown sets new handle record at Gulfstream Park Introducing Digital Tattoos A new Thoroughbred identification process will roll out in 2020 The Push to Administer Lasix at 24 Hours A look at what today’s science says Shining a Light on Scopolamine and Environmental Contamination A commonsense examination of the circumstances is in order given the recent news about Justify Much more than a PDF, the interactive electronic edition of The Horsemen’s Journal includes the ability [...]
The interactive, electronic version of The Horsemen’s Journal’s Fall 2019 issue is now available online. It is an enhanced version of the printed magazine, which is currently being mailed. To view it, click here. Features in the issue include: The Truth About Medication, Veterinary Care and Breakdowns It’s important to examine the facts and research about what causes and what does not cause catastrophic injuries Getting Back on Track Track superintendents are serious about improving safety for horses and riders Access Denied Why the Jerry Hollendorfer vs. Del Mar Thoroughbred Club case is important for all horsemen Driving Demand for Thoroughbred Ex-Racehorses The Retired Racehorse Project and Thoroughbred Makeover are raising the profile of [...]
Photo by Coady Photography Four $1 million stakes races – the $1 million Rebel Stakes (G2), $1 million Arkansas Derby (G1), $1 million Oaklawn Handicap (G2) and $1 million Apple Blossom Handicap (G1) – highlight Oaklawn’s historic 2020 stakes schedule. In addition, the richest Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks prep series in the country just got richer with significant bumps to the Southwest Stakes (G3), Honeybee Stakes (G3) and Fantasy Stakes (G3). “We have so many great things happening now at Oaklawn and it’s reflected in our remarkable stakes program scheduled for the 2020 season,” Oaklawn President Louis Cella said. “We are especially proud of the increases we made to our 3-year-old [...]
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