Trainers Judd Kearl, Jose Sanchez and Brian Stroud face fines and suspensions for Class 1 drug violations at Texas tracks after receiving notification from the Texas Racing Commission (TRC) on July 21 for positive tests at Sam Houston and/or Retama Park involving the human antidepressant Nomifensine.
As August begins, three trainers will be spending time in front of the Texas Racing Commission stewards in hearings on allegations of Class 1 medication violations. Trainers Judd Kearl, Jose Sanchez and Brian Stroud received notification from the Texas Racing Commission on July 21 for positive tests at Sam Houston and/or Retama Park involving Nomifensine.
Jockey Cesar De Alba has been named the winner of the seventh annual Sam Thompson Memorial Jockey Award. Alba will be honored at an awards presentation in the winner's circle at Ruidoso Downs on Sunday, September 3rd during the All American Weekend.
The Louisiana Quarter Horse Breeders Association (LQHBA) is in final preparation for its 41st annual Louisiana Bred Yearling Sale. For the second time in its history, the sale has been expanded to a three-day format.
Depth Charge is one of the greatest stallions to impact the racing American Quarter Horse. The story of Depth Charge is filled with twists and turns; however, that could have led to his being lost in history. But like many great stallions, he overcame the obstacles to enter the AQHA Hall of Fame as a sire with a deep and lasting influence on the breed.
The 2016 Speedhorse Broodmare of the Year contest came down to a dual between Jenuine Joy and Jess Send Candy. The result was a dead-heat with both mares earning nine points and the honor of Speedhorse Co-Broodmares of the Year.
American Quarter Horse racing scored a big win this week at the Association of Racing Commissioners International annual meeting in Charleston, South Carolina. The ARCI model-rule committee and board of directors approved AQHA’s request to separate American Quarter Horse flat racing into its own breed-specific standard for medication violation within ARCI’s model rule.
Press release announces that Remington Park has instituted a new policy concerning its Grade 1 Remington Park Championship.
Every good athlete is a combination of natural ability and training. The inherited type of muscle fibers, heart, conformation and talent makes the biggest difference in determining what a horse might be able to do and can help determine if the horse may be a good distance runner or a better sprinter.
Frank Vessels Sr. developed his breeding farm in conjunction with his racetrack, which later became Los Alamitos Race Course, in the 1940’s. He and his grandson Frank “Scoop” Vessels III, through their Vessels Stallion Farm, created an outstanding breeding legacy that has contributed immensely to many of the great racehorses of today.
Remington Park kicked off their Quarter Horse and Mixed Breed Season Friday, March 10th with feature trials for two major Paint & Appaloosa Stakes Races, the $112,000 Oklahoma Paint & Appaloosa Futurity and the $46,900 Speedhorse Graham Paint & Appaloosa Derby.
While some of his contemporaries flashed upon the sprinting horizon like a jet-propelled rocket, Plunder Bay was a slow developer. Foaled in Long Beach, California, the fleet-footed stallion was bred by his owner, Stephen G. Wasley...
The 2016 racing year is now in the books and the Champions have been named. Now it is on to 2017 to see if Jessies First Down will continue his assault on the 440-yard races with the goal to retain his World Championship. It also gives us a chance to see more of those races against Zoomin Effortlessly as the saga of Jessies First Down continues.
After a ruling in March by the Los Angeles County Superior Court—which forced the CHRB to set aside its approval of Los Alamitos Race Course's "house rules" banning the use of Clenbuterol, Albuterol, Zilpaterol, and Ractopamine for Quarter Horses races—the CHRB took an emergency action in the spring of 2016 to allow Los Alamitos to continue that practice.
The 2016 Oklahoma Quarter Horse Racing Association Champion Banquet took place on February 18 at the Grand Casino in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
Photos are by: Susan Bachelor
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Hosted by the Oklahoma QHRA, the meeting covered several topics. The Oklahoma Quarter Horse Racing Association organized a medication meeting, which was held on Friday at Heritage Place.
Formed in 1982, the nonprofit foundation helps children in crisis with a mission to hinder the rising tide of child abuse, neglect, abandonment and death
The 38th Annual Heritage Place Winter Mixed Sale kicked off with the much-anticipated annual Pre-Sale Party hosted by Heritage Place. The 2016 AQHA Champion announcements began at 6:00 p.m. and included a webcast for those who could not attend.
If you have been around quarter horse racing for any length of time and you hear the name Allred Brothers you automatically think of successful Quarter Horse racing. The Allred Brothers—Harvey, Dale and Jerry, now all deceased—parlayed their 50-plus years of racehorse breeding and racing into an induction to the AQHA Hall of Fame because of their success in this endeavor.
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