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Upcoming Graded Stakes Races

TOBA’s American Graded Stakes Committee meets annually to evaluate eligible American stakes races and assign graded status to those that consistently attract the highest quality fields.

june 2019

22junAll DayUnited Nations Stakes

july 2019

06julAll DayBelmont Oaks Invitational Stakes

06julAll DayBelmont Derby Invitational Stakes

13julAll DayDiana Stakes

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June 2019 Member of the Month::

Richard Klein

Breeding and racing horses with his late parents, Bertram and Elaine, Richard Klein experienced great heights. Continuing their legacy, Klein now bred and races undefeated Break Even. Carrying the Klein family’s distinctive lime green silks, accented with black chevrons, the sophomore filly streaked to a 5 ½-length victory in the May 3 Eight Belles Stakes presented by Derby City Gaming (G2) at Churchill Downs.

Louisville resident Klein boards his ten broodmares at Fred and Nancy Mitchell’s Clarkland Farm near Lexington, Kentucky. Modestly, he recalled, “I remember asking Fred recently, ‘Did you like Break Even as a foal?’ and he said, ‘She was a nice foal.’ It was nothing really about her that wowed him, other than that she was a typical Country Day baby.” Both Amy LoPresti, who breaks Klein’s horses with husband Charlie, and trainer Brad Cox—plus his assistant Tessa Bisha—also noted Break Even’s progress at two.

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Bisphosphonates 101: What you need to know and why

A presentation to the TOBA Board of Directors
April 5, 2019

By Mary Scollay, DVM
Equine Medical Director
Kentucky Horse Racing Commission

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* To enable audio, click the speaker icon in the lower-right hand corner of each slide.

Off-Label Bisphosphonate Use in Racehorses | Courtesy of The Horse