Tag: Lasix

LASIX IN HARNESS RACING

By Star-Ledger Guest Columnist Andy Roberts DVM In 2010, this Jersey boy’s dreams came true. My homebred, Doc’s Hoss, made his debut at the Meadowlands. From going

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TAMPA BAY TODAY – JAN 22

For those of us attempting to beat favorite Layla Noor (2-1) from the prolific Delacour/Centeno team at Tampa Bay Downs, several things need to happen.

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TAMPA BAY TODAY – JAN 12

Today’s sixth race, as stated previously, is what Tampa Bay at this time of year is about; young horses and turf racing. And although only

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IT’S VALUE DAY AT TAMPA BAY

Let’s begin with Happy Birthday to the equines; hats and horns for all, especially three-year-olds who today begin their quest for fame and fortune! Now

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THE CHARGE OF THE WRITE BRIGADE

Into the valley of death rode the “Lasix 600.” That was the number of stakeholders who originally supported the National Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association’s

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WO MILE: HEAD OVER HEART

Oh, Canada… I feel like a traitor, riding the Got Stormy train virtually all year only to abandon her in what could be her finest

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GO EAST TO BELMONT

More correctly, go for East at Belmont Park, as in the Christophe Clement-trained filly in Saturday’s featured Pebbles Stakes. This, of course, is a guess,

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INTEGRITY ACT A DANGER?

COLUMBUS, OH By Ken Weingartner— In his Op-Ed “Commentary: Horse racing bill is crafted to help breeders, not horses,” in Monday’s (Aug. 26) Albany Times Union,

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NY STEWARDS: GOOD CALL

You could see it coming live, even on the pan shot. With no dog in this fight whatsoever, I was annoyed because, even after all

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SELLING FEAR

Everyone always wanted to be a handicapper. Now everyone wants to a meteorologist. I am sure this also rings true for weather presenters. However, no

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