A quarter of a century on Central Avenue: Gallery Walk celebration
July 30th, 2014
Hot Springs’ monthly Gallery Walk is a quarter of a century old this August, and the Central Avenue arts district is celebrating with a weekend of exhibits, demonstrations, lectures, an art auction and other activities. Much has changed physically in the 25 years on the once-seedy (but once-elegant) but now renovated historic street (former gallery owner Carolyn Taylor recalled on the 20th ...
No victory, but no regrets
July 28th, 2014
Local owner in first Spa stakes race is proud of Hot Stones' game effort Roddy Valente of Loudonville waited 22 years as a thoroughbred owner to run a horse in a stakes race at Saratoga. The main track turned into a muddy mess, which Valente said cost Hot Stones a valid chance to win the $200,000, Grade III Shuvee for fillies and mares on Sunday afternoon. [...] Hot Stones finished a game third ...
JOCKEYS HEALING, POISED TO RETURN AFTER SPILLS
July 29th, 2014
If apprentice jockey Drayden Van Dyke proved anything last week, it’s that the young former Hot Springs, Ark., resident is built tough enough and has the heart for horse racing.
Jockeys Van Dyke, Blanc healing for return
July 28th, 2014
Drayden Van Dyke, Brice Blanc to return from injuries and ride at Del Mar this week.
Track comes to standstill for horse
July 31st, 2014
Saratoga Race Course stood still on Wednesday afternoon as Lavender Road, a 3-year-old filly, struggled to get up 10 times on the main track and fell down after each attempt. Trainer Abigail Adsit, a 2005 graduate of Saratoga High and 2009 alumnus of Union College, watched nearby in anguish. After a delay of more than an hour, Lavender Road was tranquilized and dragged on to an equine ambulance ...
Tue, 22 Jul 2014 08:57:57 GMT
small animal practice. Hot Springs is a fantastic tourist town with live horse racing and is surrounded by three beautiful lakes. Clinic is well established in...