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Gutsy medal at Young Riders by short-handed Zone 2 team

British transplant settles right in, winning major
stakes in
his first outing in U. S.

U. S. riders look sharp on eve of World Games

Bruce Duchossois, major benefactor
of horse sports in U. S., dies at 64

Popularity of Summer Series at Devon soars

Equine Affaire’s 50th will feature
seminars, celebrities, shopping

Failed runner is champion at horse show

3-day Jump Festival, Grand Prix
highlight of season at Palermo

Red carpet for 1,000 cattle, 650 horses

Dressage at Devon marking its 39th year

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B&RPA-bred brings $225,000

Trainer Jonathan Sheppard scores trifecta – as a breeder

Haskell winner
earns place in
Breeders’ Cup

Another close loss for Princess of Sylmar

PA-Bred, whose $1.3 million
price topped
U. S. sales in 2012, finds footing in Europe

Owner’s system for naming his horses traces influence of sires

agrees to help
fraud probe

Pair of stakes for Graham Motion

Wise Dan works
at Spa, ready
for comeback

107 entered for Pa. Day at Races