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Republicans should give middle class another 10 percent tax cut: Earle I Mack on The Hill

By Earle I. Mack The midterms are done and with that, America will start looking forward to the 2020 presidential election. Judging by recent events, Republicans should be very concerned. The complete decimation of the party in the Northeast, California, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and stark demographic changes taking place in Texas and Florida are sobering […]

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The Dead Shall Not Have Died in Vain: Earle I Mack on The Hill

By Earle I. Mack I’m having a hard time finding the words. I didn’t know what to expect from a community in the aftermath of a mass shooting. What do you say? Would there be anger, fear or resentment? I expected tears and hugs, and I saw a lot of that, but I was simply […]

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Stronach Receives Dinny Phipps Award At Belmont Stakes Charity Celebration

From: Paulickreport.com EXCERPT Frank Stronach, the founder and honorary chairman of The Stronach Group and a leading Thoroughbred owner and breeder, accepted the Dinny Phipps Award at the annual Belmont Stakes Charity Celebration held on June 7, 2018, at Bryant Park Grill in New York City. Earle Mack, an active participant in Thoroughbred racing and breeding […]

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‘A Special Bond’: The Power of Equine-Assisted Therapy

From: America’s Best Racing By: David Hill EXCERPT Earle Mack, the former Ambassador to Finland who initiated and funds the Man O’ War Project, says the status quo in treating PTSD is unacceptable. “The scientific and medical community has made great strides in understanding, recognizing, and diagnosing PTSD among veterans in the last several decades,” he […]

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A Purpose: Role of Equine Therapy in Veteran PTSD Explored

From: Horsetalk.co.nz EXCERPT Equine therapy for combat and service veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder is in the spotlight in a new three-part digital docu-series exploring the anecdotal evidence and quest for scientific proof supporting the role that horses play in addressing PTSD. The first two videos from “Purpose” are available online. Produced by America’s Best Racing (ABR), the […]

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Part Two of Man O’ War Project Docuseries Released

From: Thoroughbred Daily News EXCERPT America’s Best Racing has released part two of “Purpose,” a three-part digital video docuseries exploring the role that horses play in addressing the epidemic of U.S. veterans returning from combat with post-traumatic stress disorder. The series, which is presented by the Man O’ War Project at Columbia University Irving Medical Center […]

America’s Best Racing Launches Three-Part Video Series ‘Purpose’

From: Bloodhorse.com EXCERPT America’s Best Racing (ABR) is excited to announce the launch of “Purpose,” a three-part digital video docuseries exploring the anecdotal evidence and quest for scientific proof supporting the critical and effective role that horses play in addressing the epidemic of our veterans returning from combat with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The series, which […]

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Horses may be key to helping vets with PTSD

From: Palm Beach Post By: Steve Dorfman EXCERPT Earle Mack has had a lifelong affair with horses. As a rider. As an owner. As an investor. And now the Palm Beach resident, businessman and noted philanthropist — who was the U.S. Ambassador to Finland from 2004 to 2005 — believes horses’ greatest contribution to modern society […]

Man O’ War Project Helping the Soldiers of War Heal

From: Thoroughbred Daily News By: Dan Ross EXCERPT It’s estimated that as many as 30 percent of veterans are affected by PTSD, and 7,300 veterans commit suicide every year, which breaks down to 20 suicides a day. Their deaths make up nearly 20 percent of all suicides in the U.S. annually. But current treatment methods like talk […]

Earle Mack on Edward “Ned” Bonnie Passing Away

Edward S. “Ned” Bonnie, an accomplished horseman, attorney and equine advocate, passed away Saturday night in Louisville at the age of 88, according to family members. “He lived a full and happy life and will be missed,” read a Sunday Facebook post from his son, Shelby Bonnie. Bonnie was a graduate of the Yale University […]