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In the news plenty recently for cracking down on clenbuterol violations with out-of-competition testing, suspending a jockey over a suspected betting coup and overseeing the successful installation of a third, synthetic surface at Gulfsteam Park, 1/ST Racing's Chief Operations Officer Aidan Butler is making a name for himself in the industry as a proactive, no-nonsense executive. Wednesday, he joined the TDN Writers' Room presented by Keeneland as the Green Group Guest of the Week to discuss all of those recent stories. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Florida HBPA's October News Bulletin is out. This month, we feature information on unclaimed funds in Florida Horsemen’s Bookkeeper Corporation accounts, and include a "Save The Date" for the Dec. 11 FHPBA Nominations and Awards Dinner, with new National Thoroughbred Racing Association President and CEO Tom Rooney as our guest speaker. We also put the spotlight on Board Member Terri Pompay.Photos: Currency Swap wins the Hopeful, Coglianese Photo, & NTRA President and CEO Tom Rooney Read More: conta.cc/3nxFpnE ... See MoreSee Less
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The Gulfstream Park Racing Office has issued the following advisory: There will be NO TRAINING at Gulfstream Park this Monday, Oct. 25, as the track will be closed for renovation.There will be NO TRAINING at Palm Meadows on Monday, Nov. 1, as the track will be closed for renovation. ... See MoreSee Less
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