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Ironic twist to story of the Hunt Cup

Jockey Mark Beecher sets torid, uncatchable pace

New generation debuts at Winterthur

Yeager is top rider

A Great recovery from colic surgery at Fair Hill Races

Rolex offers little cause for optimism about U.S. Eventing

Madden, Graves both 4th in Las Vegas World Cup

U.S. team earns ticket to Barcelona finals with Nation's Cup victory in Mexico

Hunter and jumper rivalries promise plenty of thrills at Devon

The shops at Devon: Indisputable stars of the show

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B&R2 of state's choicest
horse farms hunt
for buyers

A day for Pennsylvania-bred

Promising start for
Monmouth's 70th season

Dame Dorothy's G1 win
at Churchill paces
busy month for PA-Bred's

After 4-month layoff,
Love Rules finally
lives up to early promise

Young trainer named Servis
joins family business with
some big shoes to fill

Aborting plan for
new track draws