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It was a winning weekend for conditioner Ian Black and Kinghaven Farms, who recorded their second added-money win in as many days, this time with Stormy Lord in Sunday’s Grade 2, $168,900 Connaught Cup. After watching Fifty Proof and jockey…

Longshot Fifty Proof, confidently handled by Justin Stein, took over from odds-on Exhi around the far turn, then powered away to a half-length score over Don Cavallo in the featured $171,900, Grade 3 Eclipse Stakes, Saturday at Woodbine. The imposing…

Sam-Son Champion Wilderness Song Passes Away

Sam-Son Farm has announced the passing of Wilderness Song (1988–2011), the bay mare that gave the legendary Canadian owner-breeder its’ first Grade 1 winner in the United States. Wilderness Song, a homebred daughter of Wild Again-Nalee’s Rhythm, captured the Grade…

The Irish team are hot favourites to win the second leg of the 2011 FEI Nations Cup™ series in Rome (ITA) tomorrow, but they got the worst of the draw today and so will be first into the ring as…

Joaquín Pérez de las Heras (MEX), double bronze medallist at the 1980 Moscow Olympics and with a professional jumping career spanning over 30 years, passed away on Friday, 20 May at the age of 75. His daughter Katya was by…

Watch the FEI Nations’ Cup Live on FEI TV

The second leg of the FEI Nations Cup™, which will take place this Friday May 27  in beautiful Rome (ITA), will be broadcast LIVE on the official FEI video platform FEI TV.   The broadcast will begin at 13.55 GMT…

FEI Award Winning Groom Says Employers’ Nominations Motivate

A week after nominations opened for the FEI Awards 2011, Michelle Tipper, the British winner in last year’s Best Groom category, has called on athletes and horse-owners to make their nominations. “I highly recommend that employers nominate their staff,” said…



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