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Snap Decision, Andi’amu Shine At Middleburg; Monbeg Stream Scores In Grand National

The stars came out for last Saturday’s Middleburg and Grand National races and they didn’t disappoint. At Middleburg, Va., it rained, and it rained, then it rained some more. There was the wind, thunder, and lightning, too, which delayed the eight-race card. And then it all stopped. Just in time to watch two magnificent races […]

Steeplechase: Snap Decision, Andi’amu Return To Action At Middleburg Spring Races

Glenwood Park hosts stars and stakes action at the Middleburg Spring Races on Saturday with an eight-race card, anchored by the $100,000 Grade 2 Temple Gwathmey stakes and $25,000 Middleburg Hunt Cup timber stakes. In all, $255,000 in purses are up for grabs, the third richest meet on the National Steeplechase Association spring calendar, behind […]

NSA: Three Different Winning Combinations Score At Old Dominion Point To Point

With substantial purse money on the line for the first time, Saturday’s Old Dominion Hounds Point to Point in Washington, Va., attracted some star National Steeplechase Association talent. And by day’s end Hall of Fame conditioner Jack Fisher had his first winner of the young season, while leading 2022 trainer Leslie Young registered her fifth […]

America’s Best Racing, National Steeplechase Association Join Forces To Livestream Middleburg Spring Races

America’s Best Racing, a fan-development and awareness-building platform launched by The Jockey Club to increase the profile and visibility of horse racing, has partnered with the National Steeplechase Association to broadcast the Middleburg Spring Races at Glenwood Park in Virginia later this month. The two-hour livestream, scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. when the field […]

NSA: English Import Carmelised Easily Adapts To U.S. Racing In Carolina Cup

Saturday proved a milestone day at Springdale Race Course as Ricky Hendriks recorded his 700th training victory, while Leslie Young won three, new NSA rider David England doubled, and an exciting five-year-old emerged as a formidable presence in the novice ranks. What began as a dark and rainy day in Camden, S.C., ended in glorious […]

NSA: Six Races On Tap For Saturday’s Carolina Cup

Racing returns to historic Springdale Race Course in Camden, S.C., on Saturday for the 88th running of the Carolina Cup Races. Anchored by the $50,000 Carolina Cup, which this year will be run as a stake for novice jumpers ages four and up at 2 1/8 miles, the card includes four other hurdles, all of […]

Flat Racing Millionaire Cross Border Breaks Maiden Over Hurdles At Aiken

The National Steeplechase Association Spring season got underway this past weekend with a combined 10-race doubleheader at Aiken on Saturday and Cheshire on Sunday, with standout performances from familiar names and newcomers alike. Former flat star and millionaire Cross Border earned his first hurdle win at Aiken on Saturday. The 9-year-old New York-bred son of English […]

Weekend Doubleheader Jumpstarts Steeplechase Season With Aiken Races Saturday, Cheshire Hunt Sunday

Steeplechase racing resumes this weekend after a four-month winter break, beginning with a six-race card in Aiken on Saturday and four sanctioned timber contests as part of the Cheshire Hunt Races in Unionville, Pa., on Sunday. The meets are two of 16 on the National Steeplechase Association Spring calendar, which consists of approximately 75 races […]

National Steeplechase Association Partners With StableDuel For 10 Contests Offering Cash Prizes

Player driven contests have become wildly popular among fans of football and baseball, but until now, followers of American steeplechasing have pretty much been left out of the mix. That’s about to change. Beginning April 15 – and running for six consecutive weeks – both experienced handicappers and those who want to feel more connected […]

James Stierhoff, Frank Mullins Appointed To Board Of National Steeplechase Association

The National Steeplechase Association has filled the remaining two vacancies on its board of directors with a familiar name from the Maryland timber circuit and a top executive with one of the NSA’s historic Southern meets. The appointments of James Stierhoff and Frank Mullins, made by NSA President Al Griffin and his executive committee, restore […]