National Steeplechase Association

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NEXT RACE: Aiken Fall Steeplechase - Saturday, November 18, 2023

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Saturday, November 18, 2023
Aiken County Historical Museum, Aiken, SC

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In the News...

Aiken brings down curtain on NSA season

By Tod Marks on Saturday at the beautiful new venue on Richland Avenue in Aiken, S.C., with a five-race card worth $130,000. In addition, the Aiken Steeplechase Association will unveil it’s just completed three-floor tower at the finish line that offers a viewing area for owners and invited guests, a gathering place for pre-race officials…
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Lightning Ridge romps in Alston Cup, but comes up short in bid for title

By Tod Marks Though most key championships were already decided, the second to last meet of the 2023 National Steeplechase Association season still packed plenty of drama, deciding the title of leading three-year-old and likely settling the jockey championship as well. In the featured $35,000 Alston Cup, one of only two stakes restricted to sophomores…
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The jumpers head to Charleston on penultimate NSA weekend

By Tod Marks Since the Colonial Cup ended its run in 2018, the National Steeplechase Association has concluded its season with the Steeplechase of Charleston, a meet that’s played a key role in the race for leading trainer, jockey, and three-year-old. Though the schedule’s changed, and Aiken will mark the end of the calendar on…
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Tod Marks Photography

The National Steeplechase Association website proudly features the beautiful photography of Tod Marks. Tod is an Eclipse Award winning photographer who has cover thoroughbred racing for decades. His work regularly appears in publications in the U.S. and Europe. He is the official photographer of the National Steeplechase Association. Additional work can be viewed on his website at:


Temple Gwathmey Steeplechase Foundation

The Temple Gwathmey Steeplechase Foundation preserves and advances the sport by funding programs that promote Opportunity, Growth & Change. The Temple Gwathmey Steeplechase Foundation website is located at: