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Holy Bull Pensioned From Stud Duty | BloodHorse.com
the Horse of the Year in 1994 and a successful stallion who counts 2005 Kentucky Derby winner among his progeny, has been pensioned and will retire at Sheikh Mohammed's Jonabell Farm near Lexington, Darley announced July 7.
So You Think Retired, to Stand in Australia | BloodHorse.com
So You Think, a winner of 10 group I races and $8.6 million dollars, has been officially retired after pulling a muscle in his hindquarters, it was announced July 5. The son of High Chaparral was to have run his farewell race in the July 7 Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park after which he was already scheduled to retire.
ESPN EQUAL launches #ESPNAlly program
ESPN EQUAL, ESPN's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employee resource group (ERG), today launched an Ally program patterned after several similar programs at other major companies. What's the ESPN Ally program? At its core: it's straight employees joining ESPN EQUAL to help foster a workplace at ESPN where lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees are accepted, included and supported.
Horsemen: Demorphin Penalties Should Be Harsh | BloodHorse.com
The National Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association and its affiliates said they have "zero tolerance" for trainers who use illegal Class 1 and Class 2 substances in racehorses in the wake of about 30 positives for the pain-killer Demorphin in the Southwest.
Pacquiao Loses Boxing Title in Upset Win by Bradley
Saturday was a day like no other with many world-class sporting events scheduled, including several in the New York metropolitan area. From the French Open and Euro 2012 in Europe to the Subway Series and the Adidas Grand Prix in New York City, it was a great day to be a sports fan.
Reset The Nets
Why the Nets need resetting An NBA basketball team. From Brooklyn. Branded by Jay-Z. Sounds like a no-brainer. A slam dunk. A graphic designer's wet dream. The next great slice of Big Apple branding equal to the Yankees or Mets. But what should've been the next great fusion of franchise and fashion is a big fat fail.
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Sam Alipour - ESPN The Magazine
The author of an article chronicling widespread marijuana use within the University of Oregon football program joins the show to discuss the piece and shed some more light into what he found. If you missed it, here is a link to the article: http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/7819621/ncf-oregon-ducks-deny-drug-culture-eugene-espn-magazine
Say LeBron, Wade: Your Heat fans are stars of The Magazine's fashion spread
ESPN The Magazine's "One Day, One Game" issue, on newsstands now, covers the Jan. 29 Chicago Bulls at Miami Heat NBA game from every angle imaginable. On pages 70-75 of The Mag and online at ESPN.com, you'll see photographs featuring 19 of the more eye-catching fans in America Airlines Arena that night, including Philadelphia Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson (first in the slide show above).
The Baltimore Orioles Have Pissed Off Korea
This fresh-faced young man is Kim Seong-Min, who as recently as last month was a regular high school student in South Korea. But he's a lefty pitcher, which automatically makes him one of the most desirable people on Earth, and the Orioles swooped in to cause an international incident and get their...