TDN Europe

'I am Delighted That he has a Top Miler in Baaeed – I had Been Waiting for That'

Kick-starting a new weekly Q&A series in TDN Europe, former champion trainer John Oxx, whose spellbinding career will forever be remembered through his masterful handling of Sea The Stars (Ire) (Cape Cross {Ire}), Sinndar (Ire) (Grand Lodge) and Ridgewood Pearl (GB) (Indian Ridge {Ire}), sat down with Brian Sheerin to talk all things racing and breeding. The dual Derby-winning trainer speaks about Epsom, how delighted he is that Sea The Stars has a top-notch miler in Baaeed and his life in retirement.   Brian Sheerin: There are few weeks in...

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Brian Sheerin Joins TDN Europe

Brian Sheerin has joined the TDN as Associate Editor of TDN Europe. Based in Dublin, Sheerin has extensive knowledge and experience of the racing and bloodstock industry having spent six years with the Racing Post in Ireland, as well as contributing to the Irish Field and Racing TV. Prior to his journalistic roles, he worked as head lad for trainer Martin Lynch and for Galway Racecourse.  Gary King, TDN's Senior Vice President, said, "We are delighted to welcome Brian to the TDN's European team. Having someone based full-time in Ireland,...

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Kelsey Riley to Join Cornett

Kelsey Riley will join Cornett, the award-winning, Lexington-based marketing agency, as a Senior Account Executive. Riley will lead the marketing team for Lane's End Farm. Riley joins Cornett after 10 years with Thoroughbred Daily News, including seven years as International Editor, a role that included managing the editorial content of TDN Europe and traveling to sales and races globally. Riley is a graduate of Darley Flying Start (now Godolphin Flying Start) and has a degree in media studies and journalism from the University of Guelph-Humber in Toronto, Canada. Riley succeeds...

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TDN Website Now Geolocated

As of Tuesday, Aug. 14, the Thoroughbred Daily News website is now geolocated, offering users in different regions of the world the information they most want to see first. In America, you'll see the traditional homepage, with mostly American content. In Europe, you'll see an all-new European homepage, with mostly European stories, videos, race replays and video features. Stories of mutual interest will appear on both pages. At the top of the page, we offer a handle toggle button so that readers can toggle back and forth between regions. Downloads...

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