Watters, Fisher claim titles in season finale The 2021 National Steeplechase Association season ended on Sunday much as it began in March, with high drama. Only this time the drama had nothing to do with the pandemic and everything to do with racing. On the final day of the season, Graham Watters and Jack Fisher
A weekend of remarkable numbers The second-to-last weekend of racing on the National Steeplechase Association 2021 schedule provided a series of accomplishments involving the numbers two and three. With 13 races at two venues on Saturday in Georgia and Virginia, consider these quirky highlights: At Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Ga., jockeys Parker Hendriks and
The Brown McMillan Timber Course will be ready for the 2022 race From Iroquois Steeplechase Press Release, originally published October 21, 2021 NASHVILLE, Tenn. – On Wednesday, October 21, the Iroquois Steeplechase broke ground on a new timber course donated by Leiper’s Fork Steeplechasers owners Mark McMillan and Mark George in honor of Brown McMillan.
International Gold Cup recap: Tomgarrow earns his first stakes score; Bedrock finally enjoys his breakthrough moment
Saturday was a day of mostly “twos” at the International Gold Cup Races at Great Meadow Race Course in The Plains, Va. Tennessee owner Gill Johnston captured two races, as did jockey Gerard Galligan. Trainer Leslie Young padded her lead with a pair of victories on the eight-race card, too. And two riders, Stefan Tobin