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NEXT RACE: My Lady's Manor and Tryon Block House - Saturday, April 13, 2024

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In the News...

My Lady’s Manor and Tryon preview

By Tod Marks A 10-race doubleheader is on tap for Saturday as timber specialists head to Monkton, Md., while hurdlers travel toward the mountains of Western North Carolina for the 76th Tryon Block House races in Columbus. The historic Maryland Timber Triple gets underway in Monkton, about 30 miles north of Baltimore, with the $50,000…
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Old Dominion Hounds recap:

By Tod Marks Three races, three different winning combinations score at Virginia Point to Point With substantial purse money on the line, Saturday’s Old Dominion Hounds Point to Point in Washington, Va., attracted some budding maiden and veteran timber talent. And by day’s end trainers Doug Fout, Sean McDermott, and Parker Hendriks had their first…
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Trio of races on tap for Old Dominion Hounds Point-to-Point

By Tod Marks For the second straight year, National Steeplechase Association horsemen will be competing for purse money at the Washington, Va., meet on Saturday with three races worth $80,000. The trio of races have gotten a purse bump of $15,000 over 2023. The sanctioned events, which include two $30,000 maiden hurdles, one for fillies…
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