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One More Race for American Pharoah

One more chance is in the offing to watch American Pharoah race. Reuters reports that American Pharoah will run his last race in the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Keeneland in Lexington, Kentucky on October 31, 2015, after which he will be retired to stud. Owner Ahmed Zayat was reported to be on the fence, but leaning toward retiring the Triple Crown winner after his surprising second-place finish in the Travers. After discussions with trainers, jockey, and family, however, Zayat decided that the horse deserves “another chance.” The welfare of the horse was a big factor in the decision, and, happily, American Pharoah is reported to have come out of his last race in great shape, despite a less than expected performance. Click for more details in the Reuters report by Mark Lamport-Stokes. Posted September 6, 2015... This content is for subscribers only.Log In Join Now
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Don Little, Myopia MFH, Dead of Injuries Sustained in Show Jumping Accident

Donald V. Little, MFH of the Myopia Hunt in Hamilton, Massachusetts, died on February 29, 2012, three days after a fall from his horse while competing in the Masters Classic at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida. Don was in his seventies—an all-around sportsman with interests in foxhunting, polo, show jumping, Thoroughbred racing, and sailing. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he lived most of his life on Boston’s North Shore, hunting and playing polo at the Myopia Hunt Club in Hamilton. He also enjoyed hunting with the Piedmont Fox Hounds in Virginia—a hunt with close family ties to Myopia. He was captain of the Myopia polo team from 1968 until 1981 and served as MFH of the Myopia Hunt—one of America’s oldest hunt clubs—since 1989. He also served the MFHA as a Director for the New England District. Don was a pilot, a U.S. Air Force veteran, and the youngest air commander serving in the Strategic Air Command. Active in the world of Thoroughbred racing, Don founded the well-known Centennial Farms racing partnership that campaigned Rubiano and Belmont Stakes winner Colonial Affair. At the time of his death he was an investment manager at UBS. Posted February 29, 2012... This content is for subscribers only.Log In Join Now
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2012 Foxhunting Calendar Has a New Face

FHL_Cover_2012_Hi-resThe annual foxhunting calendar that we’ve been publishing for almost fifteen years has a new face for 2012. Redesigned for Foxhunting Life, the new cover design carries forward the black and scarlet look and feel of our website banner.

On the inside, while our foxhunting images continue to represent the finest examples of the sporting photographer’s art, another new feature has been added! We’ve gone international with a photo from an Irish hunt and an English hunt!

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