The World Equestrian Games are hoping to finish on a positive note after a dreadful first week that included the cancellations of two events, an organizational mistake that sent riders in the wrong direction at the start of a race and one horse being euthanized.

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Saying she “gave it all I had,” Anne Campbell retired recently from the board of directors for Saratoga WarHorse, a nonprofit that provides military veterans with emotional issues the opportunity to interact and bond with former thoroughbred racehorses.

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SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — Before an on-site crowd of nearly 500 with more streaming the ceremonies on their home and work computers, Aiken’s Cot Campbell said he was “flabbergasted” to be inducted into thoroughbred racing’s Hall of Fame on a humid Friday morning as one of the sport’s “Pillars…

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As Able Archer charged down the stretch for the third and final time, there wasn’t much doubt that the 6-year-old gelding was headed to victory in the $20,000 Budweiser Imperial Cup on Saturday.

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Whether you are longtime resident or a visitor to Aiken County in March, you are well aware this time of year is not a time for basketball bracket busting but a time to witness our high horse.

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The Arkansas town of Batesville, known to some as hometown of former NASCAR driver Mark Martin, can also claim another well-known traveler – one who prefers to see the country at a much slower pace.

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Dickinson joined an elite group Tuesday when the Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum announced in a press release that she had been named the 2017 Aiken-trained Horse of the Year.

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Four years after celebrating Palace Malice’s Belmont Stakes victory in New York, Aiken resident Jack Sadler was back in the Empire State on Saturday to enjoy Tapwrit’s triumph in the same race, which is the third leg of thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown.

BALTIMORE — Charging hard down the stretch, Lookin At Lee barely missed winning the Kentucky Derby as a 33-1 long shot.

BALTIMORE — Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming made himself right at home Tuesday in Stall 40 at Pimlico Race Course, munching on hay while his handlers scurried around him.

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