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Sam Robinson, the official artist for the National Steeplechase Association, will open and launch his latest online art show tomorrow, Saturday, January 29, 2022. Entitled Late Surge, An artist’s view of the 2021 NSA season, the show will contain a mix of paintings in a wide range of sizes and prices, of scenes from the

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    Announcing Sam Robinson’s Online Art Show

    Sam Robinson, the official artist for the National Steeplechase Association, will open and launch his latest online art show tomorrow, Saturday, January 29, 2022. Entitled Late Surge, An artist’s view of the 2021 NSA season, the show will contain a mix of paintings in a wide range of sizes and prices, of scenes from the...
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    A Message from NSA President, Al Griffin

    Dear NSA Constituents, The 2021 steeplechase season is behind us and while we are not yet back to normal, our sport has again weathered the pandemic and there is every indication for a bright outlook ahead. Purses reached the $4 million mark in 2021, up from the Covid-abbreviated 2020 with $1.6 million in purses. For...
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    Steeplechasing returns to Sunshine State with new meet, new venue

    The Florida Horse Park in Ocala will host a point-to-point on March 5, which, if successful, could become a sanctioned event on the National Steeplechase Association circuit. More than a decade has passed since the last steeplechase was run in Florida. The Little Everglades meet, in Dade City, had a checkered history, beginning as an...
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    Cheltenham dreams for prolific US winner The Mean Queen on hold due to Covid-19

    Republished with permission from the Racing Post, originally published January 9, 2022 By Mark Boylan, Racing Post   Plans for American Grand National Hurdle heroine The Mean Queen to cross the Atlantic for a tilt at the Cheltenham Festival will have to wait until 2023 due to Covid-related uncertainty. Having rattled off a Grade 1...

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