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TOP STORIES IN THE HORSE

Photocon winners show high level of energy, talent (and, of course, luck)

Dawalan named Eclipse winner after 'pretty nervous' moments for trainer

Winterfest begins on tragic note

Brain cancer claims Wendy Gifford, 'great amateur rider'

Talking to your pets, keeping them healthy, getting their portrait painted and more

Centenary trains for top equine jobs and then helps you get one

Arundel Hills camp teaches riding and stable management

Grazing Acres Farm offers both Western and English experience

Penn State Extension offers seminars on managing parasite resistance

Noted driver Charles Irwin dies at 83

Learn about harness racing at driving school














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TOP STORIES IN BREEDING & RACING




        
B&RAfter a drought, PA-Breds could figure in Triple Crown picture

Preciado, Kresier top trainers at Parx, Penn Nat'l

Pending bill would give more power to horsemen

Pennington, Rodriquez top jockeys

PA-Bred Lucy N Ethel wins Gulfstream stakes

Diamond B stallions attract good (and hungry) crowd

Winter Mixed Sale catalogs 167

Penn Gaming buys casino in Washington, PA


 





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