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TOP STORIES IN THE HORSE

16-1 longshot leaves two favorites singing blues in Grade 1 Smithwick

Colvin wins East Coast Junior Hunter title and reserve

Team silver for Zone 2 at Young Riders

For USA, a resounding "mission accomplished!"

MFA's approve merger of 2 historic hunts

Taylor St. Jacques wins 2nd Large Pony title














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TOP STORIES IN BREEDING & RACING




        
B&RPA-Bred Union Rags colt brings $250,000 at Fasig-Tipton sale

Pro skier buys barn at Fair Hill

After romp, What next for Pharoah?

Family death clouds future at Northview

Huge boost in PA-Day purses

Favorite Tale only PA-Bred so far with a berth in Breeders Cup

Taking things slow, keeping horses happy, trainer has won 58 races this year, $1 million

Penn Gaming will close Berks betting parlor

Xanthus September Open House will feature half brother to American Pharoah

DQ elevates Parx-based Percolator in Sanford
 




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