September 27, 2023 Edition

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Commissioner Wilton Simpson a Champion for Florida Thoroughbreds

Special from The Florida Horse

BY BROCK SHERIDAN


Leaders within Florida's Thoroughbred industry are proud to call Wilton Simpson, Florida's Commissioner of Agriculture, their friend and champion. Commissioner Simpson, a major advocate of the Florida Thoroughbreds, has galvanized long-run industry strength through unflinching leadership.

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Inside This Issue



Commissioner Wilton Simpson a Champion for Florida Thoroughbreds


• Sports Betting Plan Faces New Challenge



• Florida-bred in Stakes


• Florida Stallion Progeny 


• Florida Breeders’ List


• W2W Business Place

The Florida Horse Podcast

Nick de Meric a thoroughbred consignor and member of the Florida Thoroughbred industry.

E28 – Colin Brennan



Founder of Colin Brennan Bloodstock shares his journey and experiences.

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Sports Betting Plan Faces New Challenge

BY DARA KAM

©2023 The News Service of Florida.


TALLAHASSEE - After a federal appeals court ruled against them, two pari-mutuel companies on Tuesday asked the Florida Supreme Court to strike down part of a multibillion-dollar deal that would give the Seminole Tribe control over sports betting throughout the state.

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Saturday, September 30

All Times Eastern

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Laurel Park

$100,000 Japan Turf Cup S.

[Race 8, 4:02 p.m.]

3-year-olds and older, 1 ½ miles turf

..... Tiz a Giant (#10)

 

Gulfstream Park

$65,000 Hollywood Beach S.

Plus $25,000 FTBOA Florida-bred Win Bonus

[Race 9, 4:49 p.m.]

2-year-olds, 5 furlongs synthetic

..... Esperon (#1)

..... Roar Ready (#2)

..... Prevent (#3)

..... Mattingly (#4)

..... El Principito (#6)

 

Churchill Downs

$500,000 Lukas Classic S. (Grade 2)

[Race 10, 5:29 p.m.]

3-year-olds and older, 1 1/8 miles

..... Clapton (#2)

 

Downs at Albuquerque

$75,000 Charles Taylor Derby

[Race 5, 9:45 p.m.]

3-year-olds, 1 1/16 miles

..... Julia’s Warrior (#5)



Sunday, October 1

All Times Eastern

Jive Lauren King Photo 

Gulfstream Park

$65,000 Aventura S.

Plus $25,000 FTBOA Florida-bred Win Bonus

[Race 6, 3:25 p.m.]

2-year-olds, one mile

..... Brawn (#1)

..... Secret Chat (#3)

..... Jive (#5)

..... Dontbesoogrouchy (#6)

 

Downs at Albuquerque

$70,000 Budweiser Special S.

[Race 9, 6:50 p.m.]

3-year-olds and older, 7 furlongs

..... Cyberviking (#2)



Florida Stallion Progeny for

Thursday & Friday , Sept. 28 & 29

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