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Seven Things They Don’t Want You To Know About The Jockey Club

The sport of horseracing is receiving a lot of negative press. Based on the narrative of mainstream media, it seems like injuries are at an all-time high. However, reporters fail to mention that the safety of the sport has improved over the past several years. These improvements can be contributed in part to proactive programs… Continue reading Seven Things They Don’t Want You To Know About The Jockey Club

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Half Thoroughbred and All Heart

Many successful horses in the barrel racing industry have a Thoroughbred or two on their papers. Some great barrel horses even have a Thoroughbred parent. Martha Josey’s first barrel horse Cebe Reed was by the winning Thoroughbred stallion Frank’s Pal. Martha and Cebe won 52 consecutive races and qualified for the NFR in 1968 and… Continue reading Half Thoroughbred and All Heart

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Top Pink Buckle Stallions Are More Thoroughbred Than Quarter Horse

Last week the $1.5 million Pink Buckle Barrel Race was held at Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma. This unique Open 4D and Futurity intends to increase the quantity and quality of barrel horses sired by Pink Buckle stallions. Currently, there are over forty stallions enrolled in the program. Horses by Pink Buckle stallions with… Continue reading Top Pink Buckle Stallions Are More Thoroughbred Than Quarter Horse

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Going Pro: Thoroughbreds in the WPRA

The members of the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA) are some of the best rodeo athletes in the world. The WPRA sanctions the barrel racing at the most prestigious rodeos in North America and crowns a World Champion Barrel Racer at the end of every season. To compete at this elite level, riders need horses… Continue reading Going Pro: Thoroughbreds in the WPRA