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Here’s to the 2017 leaders: The NSA’s top horses, riders, trainers, and owners

A rundown of steeplechasing's best of 2017. The champions will be crowned on Thursday at the NSA's annual awards dinner, at The Maryland Club in Baltimore - tm

Gillian Johnston, owner

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SOME FACTS ABOUT JUMP RACING IN NORTH AMERICA

$6,140,000

NSA PURSES IN 2016

498 HORSES

RAN IN 2016

+1,000,000

SPECTATORS EACH YEAR

12 STATES

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