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SUMMER SALES 2019, ISSUE 53
Vickie and Greg Foley
The brother and sister who each train from Churchill Downs, talk to Bill Heller about their lives and how they are continuing the training legacy of their father, Dravo.
Is a foul a foul?
Bill Heller looks at what constitutes a foul, looking at the different interpretation of racing rules in different states.
Is fungi the invisible health risk? Emmanuelle van Erck DVM, PhD, ECEIM takes a detailed look.
Alex Cambell finds out how a love of pedigrees and buying horses eventually led to a training career at Woodbine Racetrack.
Roger Smith investigates how medication might be administered through the skin as opposed to injection.
Pedigree v Conformation
In the third part of her series on aspect of conformation, Judy Wardrope examines the relationship between a horses pedigree and its conformation.
Gr1 winning owners - in association with RoadStallion
Bill Heller profiles owners of four horses that made headlines winning Grade 1 races this spring.
Continuing education for trainers
Denise Steffanus looks at different schemes across America to enable trainers to keep learning and examines the importance of the schemes.
Ed Golden talks to a man who started in racing as a hotwalker and transitioned into an accomplished bloodstock agent and clocker of horses.
Bill Vandergrift PhD examines aspects of bad behaviour which may be linked to gut health
State of the art training comes to China
Sally Duckett travelled to China to see first hand the new facilities on offer for Hong Kong trainers
Alan F. Balch column
Trainer of the Quarter - Richard Baltas
News from the PHBA
#soundbites - this quarter, Bill Heller asks: Should rules be added to limit or eliminate a jockey’s use of the whip?