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Fall Schedule will be Live streamed

Tuesday, 29 September 2020 by

Elkton, MD. — The National Steeplechase Association (NSA) announced today the fall season’s first sanctioned race meet, The Foxfield Fall Races, will take place Sunday, October 4 in Charlottesville, VA. While the races will run without spectators and under strict health and safety protocols, the NSA will livestream the races, feature commentary from the industry’s

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