Thoroughbred Daily News

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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Hagyard Partners with TCA in Race to Give

The "Race to Give," an online giving and awareness program to support Thoroughbred aftercare was launched Wednesday by Hagyard Equine Medical Institute and Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA). RaceToGive.org is its website and central hub. "2021 marks our 145th anniversary of caring for the equine industry," said Dr. Luke Fallon, DVM, of Hagyard Equine Medical Institute. "These equine athletes have given us so much over the last century and a half. Our veterinarians created the Race to Give to demonstrate our appreciation.  Leading an effort to support the critical area of...

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Hooked on Racing: Christa Marrillia

Tired of all the bad news? So were we. So, in our new series, we focus on the positive, asking people from non-horse racing families two questions: how they get hooked, and how they'll hook someone else on horse racing this year. CHRISTA MARRILLIA, VICE PRESIDENT & CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER, KEENELAND What was the experience that made you fall in love with horse racing? So like many who grew up in Central Kentucky, my passion for the sport sparked from my experiences at Keeneland. In high school, I would skip...

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Karl Broberg

For the past three years, no trainer in America has won more races than Karl Broberg. He has been described as `the most driven man in horse racing' with an insatiable appetite for success. But Broberg's 2016 took a tragic turn when his wife Samantha was declared lost at sea after falling overboard from a cruise ship in May. This week, Broberg talks about putting his life back together and raising his four children after the tragedy.

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