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  1. Lankan Rupee named Horse of the Year ahead of Melbourne Cup winner FiorenteRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | ABC News

    Champion sprinter Lankan Rupee has beaten Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente in the battle for Australia's Horse of the Year honours for 2013-14. Trained by Mick Price, Lankan Rupee won seven of his eight starts in the past season, including three at Group One level, to earn the world No.1 ranking among sprinters.


  2. Our pundits' choicesRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | Sporting Life

    Ben Linfoot : With all the fancied horses drawn wide in the opener, the thriving Irish Girls Spirit could defy the widest berth of the lot. Regal Parade wasn't far off running to 95 at this track in March and if he runs within a stone of that rating he could be good enough in the claimer, while Sir Mark Prescott's Lady Bingo looks certain to improve for the trip in leg three.


  3. Taghrooda: Her Arc de Triomphe claims look obvious.Read the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | Sporting Life

    Australia isn't present and the fact that a dual Derby winner hailed as the best Coolmore have ever had can swerve the Arc without his connections copping any flak whatsoever in the racing media remains a mystery.


  4. 'High-Health, High-Performance' Horse Meeting ConcludesRead the original story

    55 min ago | The Horse

    Over 120 government representatives, veterinarians, and equestrian sport and racing experts from across the Middle East, Africa, and around the world embraced the "high-health, high-performance horse" concept at a three-day regional conference. The event, on the facilitation of international competition horse movement, concluded yesterday at The Meydan Hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates .


  5. Odeon well equipped for AscotRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sky Sports

    James Given will employ a couple of training aids as Odeon bids for Listed success in the Londonmetric Noel Murless Stakes at Ascot. The three-year-old has shown some headstrong tendencies this year, sweating up before his races and taking a keen hold on the track.


  6. Out of options, Orioles left-hander Zach Britton has flourished in closer's roleRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

    Yes, in the past year, he considered what it would be like to wear a different uniform, to get a second chance elsewhere. Heading into last fall, Britton had struggled through consecutive rocky seasons in which a shoulder injury, lack of command and cracking confidence had thrust him into a career crossroads.


  7. Harness racing officials 'cautiously optimistic' races will return to Jackson County in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    While Jackson Racing LLC owner Brett Boyd confirmed harness racing at the Jackson County Fairgrounds will not take place this fall, he's "cautiously optimistic" area residents can enjoy multiple races in the summer of 2015. Currently at a harness racing conference in Florida, Boyd said he's doing "everything possible" to show the Michigan Gaming Control Board he means business .


  8. ARM Partners Explore M7 HorizonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | EETimes

    ARM partners gathered here to discuss new use cases for the recently announced Cortex-M7, which promises performance of 5 CoreMark/MHz and 2.14 DMIPs/MHz. Freescale is one of several early ARM partners deploying the M7 in its SoCs; others include Atmel.


  9. 3 finalists said to have inside track for Columbus City Council postRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch

    But when a successor is named by the council on Monday, the decision likely will hinge on whose bonds are strongest with Mayor Michael B. Coleman and Council President Andrew J. Ginther. That makes it a three-horse race among attorney Stefanie Lynn Coe, former Coleman aide Shannon G. Hardin and Megan Kilgore, a key member of City Auditor Hugh J. Dorrian's staff.


  10. Training camp snapshots, Day 2Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Jerry Zgoda missed the entire Kevin Garnett era, but he's back covering the Timberwolves after working the beat for their first four seasons two decades ago. In between, he covered a bit of everything: Gopher men's and women's basketball and NCAA athletics, golf, outdoor recreation, sports media and a little Vikings and Twins.


  11. Trainer John Quinn to have a grand day out at BangorRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | York Press

    JOHN QUINN, whose brilliant unbeaten juvenile The Wow Signal travels to France on Sunday to bid for Group 1 honours at Longchamp, has smaller fish to fry at Bangor today. It is a measure of the Ryedale trainer's versatility that Flat and jumps come alike to him and he is particularly adept at securing horses from the Flat to go hurdling.


  12. Jacks or Better Loaded in Florida Sire StakesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Blood Horse

    Twotwentyfive A provided his breeder/owner and trainer with their respective 15th Florida Sire Stakes successes with a late-charging victory in the $250,000 Affirmed on Sept. 6. Stablemate , who had captured the $100,000 Dr. Fager in the series' first division on Aug.9, finished just a neck back after setting the pace and has also been entered for the In Reality.


  13. Cassette Store Day at Grimey's Too and Fond Object, Mikky Ekko...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    The Spin gets the thing about cassettes - maybe not all of it, but at least part of it. There's the nostalgia aspect, the physical interaction and the fact that cassettes remain an inexpensive alternative for the DIY artist to put an eye-catching physical product into fans' hands - even if they only buy it for the download card inside.


  14. Bargain $10,000 buy for cattle breeders at Magic MillionsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | ABC News

    A three-year-old filly sired by Casino Prince has sold for $10,000 at Patinack Farm's dispersal sale at the Magic Millions on the Gold Coast. The foal, out of the mare Dialogue, initially sold for $28,000 but when the buyer's finance fell through the sale was cancelled and the horse resold at the end of the day.


  15. Muthmir can get Ascot off to a flierRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago |

    Let's start at Ascot and the opening 5f Listed race at 2.05, in which the William Haggas-trained Muthmir will be a warm order after his success in the Portland at Doncaster last time out. Don't discount Geoff Oldroyd's Ladies Are Forever, though note an alternative entry in the Group 3 race over 6f at 3.15.


  16. Chelmsford gets fixtures boostRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    Chelmsford City managing director says the racecourse formerly known as Great Leighs has been granted 56 fixtures by the British Horseracing Authority for next year. The Essex track was only open for a few months between 2008 and 2009 before shutting due to financial difficulties but it has been taken over by a new joint company, including Betfred.


  17. Under no illusions: James Cummings knows just how good Golden Rose-winning colt Hallowed Crown is.Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Age

    Each adjective James Cummings uses to describe Hallowed Crown is more deliberate than the next. Painstakingly pointing out how good the Golden Rose winner is - and in turn hinting can be at stud - while subtly referring to the minor flaws in the colt's near faultless make-up.


  18. Derby hopeful: Nash Rawiller tastes success on Bachman in April.Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Age

    Josh Parr is expecting a big improvement from Caro Kann from his official barrier trials in Saturday's Breeders' Plate at Randwick. The Denman two-year-old, trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, was beaten 5 lengths into fourth by Brooklyn as he wanted to get off the track.


  19. Horseback archery competition comes to SquamishRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Pique News Magazine

    Last month a group of passionate athletes gathered for the first time in Squamish to see who could shoot from horseback with the greatest accuracy - not with a gun as you might expect in the West, but with a bow and arrow. "The Squamish competition opened doors for people who could not make it to our horseback archery centre in Mount Currie," explained Robert Borsos, founder of The Borsos Torzs Horseback Archery Club of Mt.


  20. Newitt links up with SeismosRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    Craig Newitt will partner Seismos in the Caulfield Cup before thoughts turn to the Emirates Melbourne Cup at Flemington on November 4. Trainer Marco Botti and owners Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock have recruited the leading Australian jockey for the Group One handicap over a mile and a half which is a traditional staging post before the main event. Seismos has a good profile for both races after having shown plenty of fight to claim the Geoffrey Freer Stakes at Newbury on his last start in August.