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North American Trainer Magazine - horse racing Spring 2023 Back Issue

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Irishman Brendan Walsh Strikes Gold in America
Ken Snyder profiles Brendan Walsh charting his journey from Ireland to North America, where he is now firmly established as a leading conditioner.

Nutrition and the New Science of the "Gut-Brain Connection"
No matter how strong the horse, their head must be in the game to succeed

Breeding Incentives 2023
Annie Lambert updates us on a state-by-state basis on the different incentives available across North America ahead of the 2023 breeding season.

Growth Spurts in Young Horses
Alysen Miller discovers what we can learn from human research into growth and maturation in sport and exercise and why bio-banding young horses may be more beneficial than grouping by chronological age.

Does Jockey Gender Make a Difference?
Charlotte Schrurs and David S. Gardner, from the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science at the University of Nottingham in the UK, report on their study asking whether sex of the jockey has an influence on racehorse physiology and performance.

What We Need to Know from HISA
Annie Lambert updates us with what we need to know about HISA’s medication protocols and whip rule issues.

Alfredo Marquez: Raised at the Racetrack
Annie Lambert profiles the California conditioner from his first steps on the racetrack to a lifelong career in the Thoroughbred industry.

Grade 1 Winning Owner Profiles
Bill Heller features Bing Bush (Abbondanza Racing) and Philip Shelton (Medallion Racing) with their horse, Going to Vegas. We also feature Tim, Mark and Linda Cohen – owners of Dicey Mo Chara.

What Does It Take to Become a Jockey?
Ken Snyder talks us through the process at the three schools in Puerto Rico, Canada, and the U.S., which are prominent in training the next generation of jockeys.
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Spring 2023 Irishman Brendan Walsh Strikes Gold in America Ken Snyder profiles Brendan Walsh charting his journey from Ireland to North America, where he is now firmly established as a leading conditioner. Nutrition and the New Science of the "Gut-Brain Connection" No matter how strong the horse, their head must be in the game to succeed Breeding Incentives 2023 Annie Lambert updates us on a state-by-state basis on the different incentives available across North America ahead of the 2023 breeding season. Growth Spurts in Young Horses Alysen Miller discovers what we can learn from human research into growth and maturation in sport and exercise and why bio-banding young horses may be more beneficial than grouping by chronological age. Does Jockey Gender Make a Difference? Charlotte Schrurs and David S. Gardner, from the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science at the University of Nottingham in the UK, report on their study asking whether sex of the jockey has an influence on racehorse physiology and performance. What We Need to Know from HISA Annie Lambert updates us with what we need to know about HISA’s medication protocols and whip rule issues. Alfredo Marquez: Raised at the Racetrack Annie Lambert profiles the California conditioner from his first steps on the racetrack to a lifelong career in the Thoroughbred industry. Grade 1 Winning Owner Profiles Bill Heller features Bing Bush (Abbondanza Racing) and Philip Shelton (Medallion Racing) with their horse, Going to Vegas. We also feature Tim, Mark and Linda Cohen – owners of Dicey Mo Chara. What Does It Take to Become a Jockey? Ken Snyder talks us through the process at the three schools in Puerto Rico, Canada, and the U.S., which are prominent in training the next generation of jockeys.


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North American Trainer Magazine - horse racing  |  Spring 2023  


Irishman Brendan Walsh Strikes Gold in America
Ken Snyder profiles Brendan Walsh charting his journey from Ireland to North America, where he is now firmly established as a leading conditioner.

Nutrition and the New Science of the "Gut-Brain Connection"
No matter how strong the horse, their head must be in the game to succeed

Breeding Incentives 2023
Annie Lambert updates us on a state-by-state basis on the different incentives available across North America ahead of the 2023 breeding season.

Growth Spurts in Young Horses
Alysen Miller discovers what we can learn from human research into growth and maturation in sport and exercise and why bio-banding young horses may be more beneficial than grouping by chronological age.

Does Jockey Gender Make a Difference?
Charlotte Schrurs and David S. Gardner, from the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science at the University of Nottingham in the UK, report on their study asking whether sex of the jockey has an influence on racehorse physiology and performance.

What We Need to Know from HISA
Annie Lambert updates us with what we need to know about HISA’s medication protocols and whip rule issues.

Alfredo Marquez: Raised at the Racetrack
Annie Lambert profiles the California conditioner from his first steps on the racetrack to a lifelong career in the Thoroughbred industry.

Grade 1 Winning Owner Profiles
Bill Heller features Bing Bush (Abbondanza Racing) and Philip Shelton (Medallion Racing) with their horse, Going to Vegas. We also feature Tim, Mark and Linda Cohen – owners of Dicey Mo Chara.

What Does It Take to Become a Jockey?
Ken Snyder talks us through the process at the three schools in Puerto Rico, Canada, and the U.S., which are prominent in training the next generation of jockeys.
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