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  • RaceLens: Vintage Thoroughbred Racing Images

    As mud flies through the air behind their hooves, Carry Back and Crozier dramatically hurtle toward the finish line in the 1961 Florida Derby, captured in expert black and white photography. In an 1890 race at Coney Island Jockey Club, Salvator defeats Tenny by a matter of inches in what may be the first instance of a photo finish. As they battle down the stretch at the Churchill Downs, Head Play and Brokers Tip dash toward their iconic Fighting Finish at the 1933 Kentucky Derby and are caught in a classic

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  • 1939 New Hampshire Jockey Club (NHJC) Guest Badge for Race Access

    This is a 1939 New Hampshire Jockey Club (NHJC) member badge. The NHJC was established in 1936 and assumed ownership of Rockingham Park, a harness racing track in Salem, New Hampshire. The badge is enameled in green and white. Circa 1939. Approximately 9/16” in diameter. The badge you receive will either be the one pictured or one in very similar condition. This is from a sports collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VAJX13 LAAEX4/13 8 (Excellent-): The badge shows little

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  • Dog Riders Jockey Dog Harness

    Your pet will look like a thoroughbred race horse when he wears this costume. The Dog Riders Jockey Dog Harness is a dog harness with a red flag that has the number 1 on it, a small settle and a horse jokey. This comical costume will have all your family and friends laughing. If you are a fan of horse racing you'll love this costume.

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  • RaceLens: Vintage Thoroughbred Racing Images

    As mud flies through the air behind their hooves, Carry Back and Crozier dramatically hurtle toward the finish line in the 1961 Florida Derby, captured in expert black and white photography. In an 1890 race at Coney Island Jockey Club, Salvator defeats Tenny by a matter of inches in what may be the first instance of a photo finish. As they battle down the stretch at the Churchill Downs, Head Play and Brokers Tip dash toward their iconic Fighting Finish at the 1933 Kentucky Derby and are caught in a classic

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  • 21 Club, Speakeasy, New York City. 8x10 Print

    TITLE: The Speakeasy Elite LOCATION: West 52nd St., New York City The famous 21 club Prohibition Speakeasy Private Club in New York. The Jockeys Standing guard on the balcony above the entrance to '21' is a group of ornamental jockeys, all donated by some of the best-known stables in American thoroughbred racing. Sportsman, entrepreneur and long-time patron, Jay van Urk, presented '21' with its first jockey in the early 1930s and his quirky 'present' soon caught on with similar donations

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  • Greystone's Secret: Suspenseful Tale of Efforts to Address Soundness of Thoroughbred Race Horses

    Nathan Hunter does not believe in coincidences-a broken stirrup leather, untied mooring line, Meg Callahan's incredulous fall in a top equestrian event, horses testing positive for illegal substances, and the suspicious barn fire which claimed the life of Meg's grandfather. Then things get worse, confirming his beliefs. Sited on the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay and the outlet of the Susquehanna River, the historic town of Havre de Grace, Maryland was once home to a nationally acclaimed racetrack

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  • Belmont Park: The Championship Track (Sports History) (NY)

    Belmont Park is best known for the annual Belmont Stakes, the challenging final leg of racing's Triple Crown. But Belmont is also renowned because nearly every American champion Thoroughbred has competed on its grounds. Named for the illustrious Belmont family, the track has seen many exciting races since it opened in 1905. In addition to the eleven Triple Crown winners, Belmont Park has hosted legends of yesteryear--such as Man o' War and Nashua--and modern-day superstars like Curlin and Rachel Alexandra.

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  • Belmont Park: The Championship Track

    Belmont Park is best known for the annual Belmont Stakes, the challenging final leg of racing's Triple Crown. But Belmont is also renowned because nearly every American champion Thoroughbred has competed on its grounds. Named for the illustrious Belmont family, the track has seen many exciting races since it opened in 1905. In addition to the eleven Triple Crown winners, Belmont Park has hosted legends of yesteryear--such as Man o' War and Nashua--and modern-day superstars like Curlin and Rachel Alexandra.

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  • Thoroughbred

    The Breed Today Blessed with agility, grace, speed, stamina and courage, Thoroughbred are ideally suited for any number of disciplines beyond the racetrack, which is why so many retired racehorses are successfully transitioned into second careers. Thoroughbreds compete at the highest levels of international competition in eventing, show jumping and dressage and also make outstanding hunters, steeplechasers, barrel racers and polo mounts. They are also used by mounted police patrols and recreational riders

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  • The Thoroughbred Record and the Racing Calendar with official rulings of the Jockey Club.

    The Thoroughbred Record and the Racing Calendar with official rulings of the Jockey Club. Lexington, KY: Record Publishing Company, Inc., 1963. Folio. 112 pp. Corners and spine ends bumped and worn. Creasing to corners. Pages clean. Color Illustration to cover of Chateaugay winning 1963 Kentucky Derby. Championship review issue week of April 18, 1964. Very Good Magazine (Item ID: 59409) Robertson, William.

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  • Generous Sponsors Make the SO8THS/Nikon Three-Day Extra Special for Amateurs

    > Generous Sponsors Make the SO8THS/Nikon Three-Day Extra Special for Amateurs Generous Sponsors Make the SO8THS/Nikon Three-Day Extra Special for Amateurs May 15th, 2013 9:04 AM | by Diana DeRosa Amateur Competitors Applaud the Sponsors for their Support Sara Miles and Mistys Rain Drop at So8THS. Photo credit D DeRosa The competitors in the third annual So8ths/Nikon Three-Day Event in the “Heart of the Carolinas” were not just overwhelmed by how wonderful the event was but also by the generosity of its

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  • 1974 Eclipse Award (Juvenile Filly) - 1975 Eclipse Award (3yr Old Filly) HORSE RACING LEGEND

    Ruffian - The greatest racing filly ever. Champion 1974 -1975 1974 Eclipse Award (Juvenile Filly) - 1975 Eclipse Award (3yr Old Filly) HORSE RACING LEGEND Ruffian "Champion 1974-1975" A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Ruffian hat will go to the Grayson Jockey Club and (Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association) TOBA

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  • 1470 Sato

    #1470 Sato #1470 Sato Thoroughbreds are a breed best known for their speed and athletic prowess, with coats that are most often the color of chestnut or bay. Sato, however, is a Thoroughbred of a very different color, a rare palomino sabino (the model is dark palomino sabino). This 16-hand stallion, registered with The Jockey Club and the American Paint Horse Association, has the flashy coloration of a Paint and the elegant conformation of a Thoroughbred, making him one show-stopping piece of equine eye

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  • Parking

    Fall Harness Season Thoroughbred Seating General Admission $3 - Daily Rate $5 - July 4 $7 - VA Derby Day FREE - Children under 12 (all race days) VIP Grandstand Seating FREE - with General Admission $15 - VA Derby Day Box Seats $8/person - Daily Rate $10/person - July 4 $60/person - VA Derby Day Jockey Club $10-$25/person - Daily Rate $70 - $100 /person - VA Derby Day Turf Club $15-$30/person - Daily Rate $150 - $175 /person - VA Derby Day Sky Suites Party Zone Reserved Umbrella Tables $200 (in advance)

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  • Jenny Karazissis Tops the $10,000 Memorial Day USHJA International Hunter Derby

    > Jenny Karazissis Tops the $10,000 Memorial Day USHJA International Hunter Derby Jenny Karazissis Tops the $10,000 Memorial Day USHJA International Hunter Derby May 28th, 2013 12:10 PM | Jenny Karazissis and Jamestown win the $10,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby in fine style Photo: Flying Horse Photography Sunday was a day of firsts for several riders at the Memorial Day Classic (March 23-27), when a few dipped their toes in the derby waters for the first time by entering the $10,000 Memorial Day

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  • AVAILABLE HORSES

    SO ADELINE (Addy) 2011 Thoroughbred Filly Luna Rainbow V Private Gold Addie is currently 15.2 hands, should mature to 16.1 to 16.2 Registration: (Pending) Jockey Club Price: $5,000 She is a great hunter prospect and has a great mind and athletic build. OLIVER'S SWIFT (Oliver) 2011 Thoroughbred Gelding Private Gold x Gotta Habit Should mature to 15.3 Registrations: (pending) Jockey Club Price: $ 7,000 Oliver is just starting his initial training this winter, and his price will increase with training in 2014.

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  • Thoroughbred Racing's Champion Older Horse for 1997!

    SKIP AWAY Thoroughbred Racing's Champion Older Horse for 1997! Gray/Roan Colt by SKIP TRIAL, out of INGOT WAY by DIPLOMAT WAY Supplemented to the 1 1 1 / 4 mile Breeders' Cup Classic (Grade I) at Hollywood Park and WON by six lengths in 1:59.16, the fastest time ever for the world's richest race. WON the 1 1 1 / 4 mile Jockey Club Gold Cup (Grade I) for the second straight year and equaled the fastest time for that race in 1:58.89. Finished on the board in all 11 of his 1997 races. Raised his career

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  • Run Fast! Thoroughbred

    stallions to create a distance racer. As "thoroughbred" is an adjective that describes being fully-blooded descendants of a particular breed, some consider the proper name of this particular breed to be English Running Horse, as horses of different breeds can be said to be "thoroughbred" members of those breeds. It is more common, however, to use "thoroughbred" to designate horses registered by the Jockey Club of a given country, and "purebred" to refer to registered horses of any breed, as in "purebred"

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  • THOROUGHBRED RACING MEMORABILIA AUCTION LX CATALOG

    MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS 102. 1901 Suburban Hcp. (Coney Island Jockey Club at Sheepshead Bay), Alcedo. A novelty of this ….. program is that a horse by the name of Man O' War ran in the 5th race for 2 year old ….. maidens. Naturally this is not the great Man O' War who would not be born for 16 more ….. years but it is as I said a novelty, very good. (D) 103. November 1, 1912, Pimlico. You don't often come across Pimlico programs this old. Even ….. though the program has a lot of pencil inside I am still

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  • TOGA TATTLERS: Year of the horse, year of the tea party

    TOGA TATTLERS: Year of the horse, year of the tea party Monday, August 4, 2014 Luncheon benefits Shelters of Saratoga SARATOGA SPRINGS >> This year is the Year of the Horse, according to the Chinese calendar, and that very Saratoga appropriate event served as the theme for last week’s Fashionable Fillies Luncheon at the Hall of Springs. The event benefitted the Jockey Club Safety Net Foundation, a charitable trust which provides financial relief and assistance to needy members of the Thoroughbred industry

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  • Lynn Symansky – Three Day Eventer

    Lynn Symansky – Three Day Eventer Since this is my first blog I thought I would take the time to introduce myself. My name is Lynn Symansky and I’m a three-day eventer from Middleburg, Virginia. I run a training and teaching business in addition to competing at the international level. My current top horse is Donner, a 10-year-old 17.1 Thoroughbred gelding who I bought as a five -year -old . Donner was bred by Dresden Farm which is literally right around the corner from my farm in Middleburg, VA. Like so

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  • Breeders’ Cup and NBC Sports Group Expand Partnership to Televise “Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series: Win and You’re In”

    Breeders’ Cup and NBC Sports Group Expand Partnership to Televise “Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series: Win and You’re In” Jim Gluckson; Dan Masonson | 04/23/2014 01:42 PM ET Breeders' Cup, Thoroughbred racing's most prestigious global racing event, announced today a new marketing platform that will feature 18 of the best Breeders' Cup Challenge races from top race tracks in the U.S. All races will be broadcast by NBC Sports Group and will be supported by an integrated marketing campaign that will run across

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  • UK Horse Racing Club to host Thoroughbred Trainer Panel

    UK Horse Racing Club to host Thoroughbred Trainer Panel LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 8, 2009) – The University of Kentucky Horse Racing Club will host its signature Thoroughbred trainer panel, titled “Inside Horse Racing: The Trainer’s View,” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, in the Student Center Grand Ballroom on UK’s campus. “Inside Horse Racing: The Trainer’s View” provides students and members of the community with the opportunity to learn more about horse racing from industry members and a chance to network with

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  • The mother of a Thoroughbred.

    A DAY AT THE RACES For shear entertainment, there's not much that can beat a day (or night) at the races. Whether you're viewing the races over dinner and drinks at a table in the Club House Restaurant, or takin' it all in from the grandstand with a group of rowdy friends, you can bet that a good time will be had by all. And lets face it, betting is an intrical part of the festivities. Unfortunately, a lot of people are intimidated by the betting process and are too embarrassed to ask what all the terms

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  • Scott Column: The Big Cap, Race of the year

    Scott Column: The Big Cap, Race of the year 03/03/14, 8:09 PM EST How accomplished is the likely field for Saturday’s Santa Anita Handicap? Consider this: of the last 11 handicap-division Grade 1s run at better than a mile, six were won by horses expected for this race: Mucho Macho Man, Will Take Charge and Game On Dude. Unless an almost inconceivable upset occurs, by Saturday evening the three will have won seven of the last 12 of these races and increased their combined earnings to more than $15 million.

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  • Legendary New York-bred horse Funny Cide remembered in stakes

    Legendary New York-bred horse Funny Cide remembered in stakes 08/24/14, 8:22 PM EDT SARATOGA SPRINGS >> It’s been seven years since Funny Cide ended his racing career with a victory in the Wadsworth Memorial Handicap at Finger Lakes. It was the final win of a stellar career that included wins in the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Jockey Club Gold Cup. On Sunday, the first edition of the Funny Cide Stakes was run at Saratoga Race Course and the owner of the now 14-year-old gelding, Jack Knowlton of

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  • Gary Lynn Stevens

    Gary Stevens, the Hall of Fame jockey, is expected to announce his retirement Friday morning, according to several of the rider's friends and business associates. Neither Stevens nor his publicity agent would confirm or deny the retirement, but a press conference has been scheduled for Friday at Churchill Downs. His final ride most likely will come aboard Stream Cat in the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes on Saturday at Churchill. This would be the second time that Stevens, 42, has announced his retirement. The

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  • Anak Nakal

    Anak Nakal - Kentucky Derby Contender Anak Nakal Victory Gallop - Misk (Quiet American) Four Roses Thoroughbreds Anak Nakal wins the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes Trainer Nick Zito saddled the winner of the $250,000 Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes (gr. II) (VIDEO) at Churchill Downs on Nov. 24, but it wasn’t the horse everyone expected. Four Roses Thoroughbreds’ Anak Nakal, sent off at odds of 8-1, far outperformed his stablemate Cool Coal Man to nab the 1 1/16-mile event for 2-year-olds on the closing day of the

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  • post position--> | one | number of horses--> | horse | --->predicted time finish time--> | neural | change in performance--> | network |

    Predicting Thoroughbreds Finish Time with BrainMaker Neural Networks When Don Emmons' neural network picked the winning horse in 17 out of 22 thoroughbred races at Detroit Race Course, he was astounded that a $195 program (BrainMaker) running on a PC could do so well. "I am amazed at the ability of software to consistently include the winning horse in three of its picks," said Don. Designing a neural network is largely a matter of defining the problem well in your own mind. The most difficult aspects are

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