Harry Newshound

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  1. The newly approved legislation would allow the CHRB to immediately call an emergency meeting and take action, if it determines the health and safety of horses or riders is at risk, then review the suspension of the license within 10 calendar days. View the full article
  2. Mike Pegram, Karl Watson and Paul Weitman's 4-year-old McKinzie (250 votes) has retained the No. 1 position following the third week of voting in the Breeders' Cup Classic Rankings. View the full article
  3. After picking up his second graded stakes score in the June 22 Ohio Derby (G3) at JACK Thistledown Racino, Rupp Racing's Owendale will step back up to grade 1 company for his next outing. View the full article
  4. Owner Malter hopes to campaign stallion's progeny in the United Kingdom. View the full article
  5. The newly approved legislation would allow CHRB to immediately call an emergency meeting and take action, if it determines the health and safety of horses or riders is at risk, and then review the suspension of the license within 10 calendar days. View the full article
  6. Ontario Racing today announced an additional enhancement of $2.375 million in funds for the 2019 Thoroughbred Improvement Program as part of the $10 million of Horse Improvement Program funds. View the full article
  7. The newly approved legislation would allow the CHRB to immediately call an emergency meeting and take action, if it determines the health and safety of horses or riders is at risk, and then review the suspension of the license within 10 calendar day. View the full article
  8. The Summit of Speed returns to Gulfstream Park June 29, featuring Breeders' Cup 'Win & You're In' races in the Princess Rooney (G2) and Smile Sprint (G3). View the full article
  9. Bricks and Mortar continues to hold steady as No. 1 in the National Thoroughbred Racing Association Top Thoroughbred Poll after the United Nations Stakes (G1T), the weekend's biggest race stateside, produced an upset winner in Hunter O'Riley. View the full article
  10. Acclimate went wire-to wire June 23 to win the $100,702 San Juan Capistrano (G3T) two races after Majestic Eagle rallied to win the American Stakes (G3T). Both horses earned their first stakes victories. View the full article
  11. Rinaldi entered the June 23, $150,000 New York Stallion Stakes with only one start to his name. After finishing third on debut earlier this month, the Posse gelding returned to Belmont Park's turf for a 10-1 upset in the Sunday feature. View the full article
  12. One day after The Stronach Group gave Hall of Fame trainer Jerry Hollendorfer 72 hours to vacate Santa Anita Park, the New York Racing Association announced it planned to honor the agreement it had with Hollendorfer for Belmont and Saratoga stalls. View the full article
  13. Hall of Fame trainer Steve Asmussen has been sued by the United States Department of Labor for allegedly violating the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 by underpaying over 100 grooms and hotwalkers in New York. View the full article
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    NEWS IN BRIEF - Week Ending 23 June 2019

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  15. A few days of rain and a slightly softer turf proved to be the perfect combination for Cloros Bloodstock's Simply Breathless, who picked up her first graded score in the $101,755 Wilshire Stakes (G3T) June 22 at Santa Anita Park. View the full article