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Riley Mott to Start Own Stable

Hall of Famer Bill Mott's son, Riley Mott, will go out on his own as a trainer later this year after serving as his father's assistant for the past eight years. The younger Mott has been a familiar face of his father's stable, often traveling with the barn's stars to major races around the world. The 30-year-old took out his own training license in Florida this winter. "I learned from an early age that training horses wasn't just a business, but a lifestyle," said Mott. "I walked my first horse...

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Book Review: Thoroughbred Investor's Bible

If you are new to the sport, not fully versed in its ways and want to get involved in racing and/or breeding, where should you start? That hasn't always been the easiest question to answer, at least up until now. Author and former racing manager John Perrotta has filled in the gap with his new book, "Thoroughbred Investor's Bible," which he calls "an essential tool to avoid the pitfalls of this intricate world." Perrotta has had many a job in racing, but is best known as the executive director of...

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