HARAS SANTA RITA DA SERRA - BRASIL

HARAS SANTA RITA DA SERRA - BRASIL
HARAS SANTA RITA DA SERRA - CLIQUE NA FOTO PARA CONHECER NOSSO PROJETO

HARAS REGINA

HARAS REGINA
JOLIE OLIMPICA BRAZILIAN CHAMPION 2YO - HARAS REGINA - CLIQUE NA FOTO PARA CONHECER NOSSO PROJETO

HARAS FIGUEIRA DO LAGO

HARAS FIGUEIRA DO LAGO
NEPAL GAVEA´S CHAMPION 2YO - HARAS FIGUEIRA DO LAGO - São Miguel, São Paulo

STUD H & R

STUD H & R
STUD H & R - TOQUE NA FOTO PARA VER UM UM GP. BRASIL QUE VAI FICAR NA HISTÓRIA

HARAS SANTA MARIA DE ARARAS

HARAS SANTA MARIA DE ARARAS
Santa Maria DE ARARAS: TOQUE NA FOTOGRAFIA E VENHA CONHECER O BERÇO DE CAMPEÕES

HARAS ESTRELA NOVA

HARAS ESTRELA NOVA
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HARAS NIJU

HARAS NIJU
toque na foto para conhecer nosso projeto

HARAS FRONTEIRA

HARAS FRONTEIRA
HARAS Fronteira

HARAS CIFRA

HARAS CIFRA
HARAS CIFRA - HALSTON POR MARILIA LEMOS

HARAS IGUASSU

HARAS IGUASSU
HARAS IGUASSU A PROCURA DA VELOCIDADE CLÁSSICA - Foto de Karol Loureiro

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quinta-feira, 13 de agosto de 2020

RAPIDINHAS DO TDN

DERBY ATTENDANCE TO BE CAPPED AT 14%
CAPACITY

Churchill Downs Racetrack officials have released a detailed 62-page health and safety operations plan that will limit attendance to the 146th running of the GI Kentucky Derby Saturday, Sept. 5 to less than 14% of total capacity from the 2015 attendance record.

The Kentucky Derby, first staged in 1875, is the longest continually-held major sporting event in the United States and was originally scheduled for May 5. A record crowd of 170,513 attended the event in 2015. Due to physical distancing protocols and other safety measures in place to mitigate the risks associated with COVID-19, fewer than 23,000 guests are expected Sept. 5 for the rescheduled Kentucky Derby 146.

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There will be no General Admission this year.

WEST, COOLMORE RESPOND TO DECISION TO WITHHOLD SAUDI CUP PAYMENT

by Bill Finley
Two days after the Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia (JCSA) announced that it was withholding payment of the winner's share of the purse for the $20-million Saudi Cup won by Maximum Security (New Year's Day), the colt's owners issued a statement which called the Saudi's actions something that was unprecedented in the annals of racing.

The statement was signed by Gary West and Coolmore.
Just nine days after Maximum Security won the Saudi Cup, his trainer Jason Servis was indicted on federal charges involving horse doping. The Servis indictment led the JCSA to launch an investigation into the race and withhold paying out the purse. On Monday, it was announced that the owners of the horses who finished second through 10th would be paid, but the winner's share would be held up while the Saudisinvestigation continues.

It is not clear what the Saudi investigators are hoping to find, but they have not made public any evidence that Maximum Security was doped in the Saudi Cup. The owners seized on that point, arguing that without a positive drug test there is no basis to deny them their winnings, in this case $10 million.

KEENELAND TO OFFER 18 STAKES RACES DURING FALL MEET

Keeneland will be the focus of Thoroughbred racing this autumn when the track presents 18 stakes worth a total of $4.775 million during its 2020 Fall Meet, to be held Oct. 2-24 ahead of the 37th Breeders' Cup World Championships at Keeneland on Nov. 6-7.