com/prnh/20130116/NY43893LOGO) Mark Simon joined DRF in October, 2012 from Thoroughbred Times to lead DRF's newest business venture "DRF Breeding," a comprehensive package of editorial coverage and new products created to serve the Breeding and Sales segment of thoroughbred racing.
What does TT stand for?
TT stands for Thoroughbred Times (newsletter)
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I've just received notification from Michael Matz that Union Rags has received a minor tendon injury which will mean he will miss the balance of the 2012 season," owner Phyllis Wyeth's bloodstock advisor Russell Jones told the Thoroughbred Times.
Judges of the award will be selected by Thoroughbred Times.
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But owner William Reed told The Thoroughbred Times he remains dubious because ``I think Santa Anita is going to favor a front-running horse.
There was no pace, but my horse didn't handle the track very well," Chavez told the Thoroughbred Times.
Live Oak stud general manager Bruce Hill tells the Thoroughbred Times why their Grade 1 winner High Fly, who has covered small books since retiring to stud in 2006, was taken out of service and gelded at the age of nine.
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