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Leavitt Launches 'Fast Horses' Podcast

February 2, 2021:

Alan Leavitt has launched a podcast entitled Fast Horses: A Podcast About Harness Racing, Horse People, and Life In on

Thunder Ridge To Lose Licence?

October 24, 2014:

Officials from Keeneland have announced that they have a financial deal in place to acquire the racing licence for Standardbred track Thunder on

Red Mile Instant Racing Approved

April 3, 2014:

The Red Mile, which held its first race on Sept. 28, 1875, received approval on Wednesday (March 2) to operate Historical Racing games, also known as Instant Racing in other areas, at the on

KHRC Votes To Change Med. Rules

December 12, 2013:

On Wednesday, December 12, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission unanimously voted to change the medication rules for racehorses participating in the on

Walnut Hall Downsizing At Blooded Sale

October 17, 2013:

Walnut Hall Ltd. will be downsizing at the Blooded Horse Sale in Delaware, Ohio on November 18 and on

$2 Million For KYSS Purses In 2012

September 20, 2011:

On Tuesday, September 20, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission announced that the Kentucky Sire Stakes will distribute over $2 million in purses in on

Striking Sahbra’s Stud Fee Lowered

March 25, 2011:

It has been announced that effective immediately, Striking Sahbra’s stud fee has been on

'Give Chrome' Abuser Sentenced; Abuse Charge Dropped

March 1, 2011:

Forty-four-year-old Wilbur F. Frost, the man that abused retired standardbred Give Chrome before being arrested and charged by Pennsylvania police, has on

Abused S-Bred Loving Walnut Hall Ltd.

December 29, 2010:

Give Chrome, a 12-year-old standardbred seized from his owner because of abuse on November 11, spent Christmas Eve tucked in at his new home at Walnut Hall on

KY Testing Rule To Gov.; Leavitt Vocal Again

September 8, 2010:

According to a report, on Tuesday, September 7, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission unanimously approved the much-discussed out-of-competition testing rule. It has also been reported that commission member and standardbred breeder Alan Leavitt again voiced some on

Strong Words From Leavitt

August 26, 2010:

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission is at the centre of controversy, as its proposed out-of-competition testing program is being challenged by horsemen, veterinarians and racing officials as going too on

New Trotting Stallion For Walnut Hall

February 26, 2010:

Groton Hall, a lightly raced four-year-old son of Conway Hall, out of Garbo Hall, by Lindy Lane, will stand this season at Walnut Hall Ltd., Lexington, on

Leavitt Speaks Out On Trot Radio

January 5, 2010:

On the heels of his strongly worded press release issued early last week signaling the move of trotting stallion Deweycheatumnhowe to Ontario, Walnut Hall's Alan Leavitt talks about the state of the harness racing on

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