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TOP STORIES IN THE HORSE

WEG offers clues to U. S. prospects in 2016

Bellissimo enlists
Trump in pursuit
of impossible dream

Owning competitive horse provides
solace for dressage rider sidelined by injury

Demonstrative
now the favorite
for an Eclipse

Plantation field, already unique, ups its game yet again

Roundup of products and services to
help you prepare for winter

Early Bird Holiday Gift Guide
   













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TOP STORIES IN BREEDING & RACING




        
B&RWise Dan, Bayern head Pennsylvania-connected
contingent to Breeders’ Cup

Weak showing
by PA-Breds at
Fall Yearling Sale

Huge day for Keystone racing

PA-Bred stakes winners
Angel Terrace wins
a Marathon in Ky.

Princess goes on block Nov. 3

Horses of regional interest
Aging Pants on Fire turns in a Beyer
of 106, increasing bankroll to $1,327,635 

Favorite Tale blazes 6 furlongs
in 1:08.16 to win first graded stakes

Trainer modestly claims ‘anyone could train
this filly and she would still be winning stakes’

Brushwood’s Mushka fetches
$1.2 million at Keeneland sale


 



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