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Amateur traveled USA, saw 30 horses before finding THE One

Brandywine icon "Johnny" White inducted into Hunting Hall of Fame

Divine Fortune, Demonstrative duel will resume their classic rivalry

Some of the top properties featured in this issue:

19-room suburban farm built with hroses and a large family in mind

Landmark Chester County mansion has 9 bedrooms, 5 baths, 88 acres

Elegant country living on sprawling Bucks estate

Spacious, historic home anchors 92-acre estate

Modern comforts in historic home in Warwick, Md

Beautifully maintained, it keeps its historic charm

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B&RThe jockey and the scholar behind Triple Crown champion American Pharoah

Stakes sweep for owner

Spa sales will include
4 Pennsylvania-breds

If you go to Saratoga this year,
take extra money

PA-Bred Persnickity clocks 1.08.78 on turf winning $50,000 claimer at Belmont

Dame Dorothy wins G3 at Belmont

Power of Snunner runs bankroll to $296,000 with third win in 5 starts

Going strong at 71, trainer Gerald Bennett has a Kentucky Derby on
his bucket list

Trainer Bruce Levine, 60, wins 2000th

Saratoga stakes will feature some top PA-Breds

Diamond B will showcase its impressive list of sires

Fall preview