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Grade 1 winner Girvin tops the Ocala Stud roster at $6,000. New to stud this year are Win Win Win, Seeking the Soul, and Dak Attack.
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance announced Nov. 10 that 34 aftercare organizations have been awarded accreditation. The 34 organizations include 26 previously accredited organizations and eight that received accreditation for the first time.
The Jockeys' Guild filed a notice of appeal Nov. 5 in the Appellate Division of Superior Court in New Jersey contesting a riding crop regulation that was passed by the New Jersey Racing Commission in September, officials with the Jockeys' Guild said.
Juddmonte Farms became the latest breeding colossus Nov. 10 to release their stud fees for 2021, with powerhouses Frankel and Kingman remaining at £175,000 and £150,000, respectively.
A leading Australian racing organization has called for European runners at the Melbourne spring carnival to be given more time to acclimatize to local track conditions before racing to avoid further high-profile breakdowns such as Anthony Van Dyck.
The multiple grade 1-winning son of New Year's Day and champion 3-year-old colt will stand for $20,000.