1. Cotto's Out, Pacquiao Eyes Bradley, Marquez

    With three-division titlewinner Miguel Cotto having removed himself as a possible opponent, Manny Pacquiao is left with potential rematches against Tim Bradley or Juan Manuel Marquez...

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  2. De La Hoya Accuser Ordered to Pay His Legal Bill

    A woman who claimed to have been intimidated by boxer Oscar De La Hoya during a wild night at a New York City hotel has now been ordered to pay his legal bill, after a judge said her lawsuit was "frivolous" and malicious...

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  3. Cotto Won't Fight Pacquiao, Will Challenge Trout

    Puerto Rican star Miguel Cotto, who was in the running to face Manny Pacquiao in a rematch this fall, is off the list after announcing Friday night that he will challenge junior middleweight titleholder Austin Trout...

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  4. Golovkin Stops Proksa in Impressive U.S. Debut

    Gennady Golovkin stopped Grzegorz Proksa in the fifth round of an impressive American debut Saturday night...

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  5. Vinery Owner Selling U.S. Operations, Including Central Kentucky Breeding Farm

    A major Central Kentucky breeding operation is on the market, its chief executive announced Tuesday in a statement. Vinery Ltd.’s U.S. operations, which also include farms in Florida and New York, are being sold by owner Tom Simon...

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  6. Jockets: The Ultimate Athlete

    William Buick tells Winning Post how keeping fit is keeping him in the running for the jockeys' championship...

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  7. Car Racing Czar Glenn Donnelly Wants to Race Horses Too

    Auto racing mogul Glenn Donnelly and his partners are hoping to branch out into horse racing — and perhaps, with a lot of luck, into casino gaming — at the new car-racing complex they plan to build in Oswego County...

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  8. Mystery Continues to Surround Flores Case

    The mystery surrounding apprentice jockey Eswan Flores continues. Flores was taken off his mounts by the California Horse Racing Board on Saturday, and there has been nothing but a string of "no comments" from Del Mar stewards ever since...

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  9. How Turfway Purses Stack Up with Kentucky Downs, Hoosier Park

    I know it sounds like a broken record. But like a scab you can’t help but pick at, this time of the year I have to look at how individual race purses compare in Kentucky versus Indiana’s slots-enhanced Hoosier Park...

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  10. Street Life Retired with Leg Injury After Travers

    Multiple stakes winner Street Life has been retired with a career-ending soft tissue injury to his left front pastern, Dan Hall of Hidden Brook Farm confirmed Aug. 30. The 3-year-old son of Street Sense sustained the injury in the Aug...

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  11. Garcia Wins 1,000th Race

    Jockey Martin Garcia scored his 1,000th career victory on Thursday, piloting Bubba Fizz, who closed from just off the pace to win the second race at Del Mar, a six furlong maiden claiming event on Polytrack...

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  12. Kentucky Governor Sets Rules for Drugs in Horse Racing

    Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear on Thursday wielded his executive authority to implement regulations that would allow only government veterinarians to administer a race-day drug to horses ...

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  13. Mucho Macho Man Eyes G1 Win in Woodward

    Suburban Handicap winner Mucho Macho Man seeks the first Grade 1 stakes victory of his career in the Sept. 1 Woodward at Saratoga Race Course. It would also be a first grade I triumph for trainer Kathy Ritvo...

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  14. Tyson Won't 'Beg' for Immigration Visa

    Former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson says he hopes to be granted a visa to visit New Zealand in November but won't ''cower and beg'' immigration officials to overlook his criminal convictions...

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  15. Arum: Pacquiao Back in December

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  16. 'Security Threats' Force Martinez to Nix Workout

    A media workout for lineal middleweight champion Sergio Martinez, scheduled for Tuesday at his gym in Ventura, Calif., was canceled on Monday for what promoter Lou DiBella termed "security threats" against Martinez...

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  17. Mayweather Associate Heads to Jail for Shooting

    An associate of Floyd Mayweather Jr. was sentenced Tuesday to two to five years in prison for shooting at two men in a car after they argued with the champion boxer at a Las Vegas skating center...

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  18. Court Denies Rigondeaux, Can't Fight Sept. 15

    A Florida judge on Tuesday denied junior featherweight titleholder Guillermo Rigondeaux's request for an emergency stay that would allow him to fight in September...

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  19. Horse Slaughter Ban Changes Way of Life for Man

    Kent Opdahl is waiting for the rebound in the horse market, but he isn’t holding his breath. Opdahl’s life in the world of horses was turned upside down when Congress ...

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  20. Sheikh Mohammed Leads UAE Victory at Horse Endurance World Championships

    The UAE claimed double gold last night after Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai spearheaded victory at the World Endurance Championships...

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  21. 'Personal Problems' Force Jockey Eswan Flores off Mounts

    Eswan Flores is a 19-year-old apprentice jockey and one of the young rising stars in the game, but on Saturday, he was taken off his six mounts at Del Mar to solve some personal problems, according to his agent Joe Griffin...

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  22. Trouble for Proposed Kentucky Lasix Rule in Committee Vote

    A legislative committee vote on Monday signaled possible trouble for Gov. Steve Beshear’s effort to make Kentucky the first state to ban giving horses anti-bleeding medications on days they race in top stakes races...

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  23. Obviously Sets Course Record in Del Mar Mile Victory

    Obviously (Ire) opened up a commanding lead on the backstretch, but in the final stages was all out to hold off the late charge of Mr. Commons and win the $200,000 Del Mar Mile Handicap (G2) on Sunday at Del Mar...

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  24. Bill Parcells Enjoys the Saratoga Races

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  25. Dullahan Overtakes Game on Dude to Win Pacific Classic

    As far as Jerry Crawford is concerned, year-end 3-year-old honors were decided with Dullahan's victory in the Pacific Classic...

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