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  The January 2015 e-edition of The Horse will be accessible by clicking the banner above. This is the annual STALLION ISSUE, featuring dozens of sport and racing sires standing in the Middle Atlantic Region.
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TOP STORIES IN THE HORSE

Fresh from successful season abroad,
USEF maps expanded 2015 campaign

Better late than never, Divine Fortune
finally hits stride

Top regional farms are the gold standard
for sport horse breeding

Iron Spring Farm again ranks in top 10
dressage breeders and competitors

Winterthur chairman joins USEF as executive

Henry Collins
named chairman
of Devon board
  













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TOP STORIES IN BREEDING & RACING




        
B&RTimonium numbers all down

Horsemen can only hope new governor
will ease up on raiding breed fund

Smarty Jones' son wins Nursery

Despite pressures, PA-Bred program
remains among richest

Stallion owner was a
Hurricane Sandy insurance hero

High hopes for first son
of Tapit to stand in state

Full service home of
speedy, durable Weigelia

Dana Point hoping for candidates
to succeed farm’s most famous son

Stronach hires key Parx exec

Fabulous win
for indomitable
Ben’s Cat

Rockin Jojo wins Blue Mountain juvie