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Thu Nov 10
2011
DRF Now
Categories: Track Notes
Boys At Tosconova wins the 2010 Hopeful Stakes at Saratoga. Tom Keyser While our experts debate who deserves to be 2011's 3-year-old champion, last year's juvenile runner-up continues his comeback from ankle problems.
Wed Nov 9
2011
DRF Now
Categories: Headlines
With the Breeders' Cup over, some of horse racing's biggest stars will be riding off into the sunset, while others may just be getting started. Here's a quick rundown of the big-name horses whose immediate plans have been reported by DRF.com: Uncle Mo -- Retired after health concerns flared up again. The former BC Juvenile champ was scheduled to ship to Ashford Stud.
Sun Oct 30
2011
DRF Now
Categories: International
International Scene - By Bob Nastanovich The 151st renewal of the $6.2 million Melbourne Cup will be run late on Halloween night in this country and viable contenders were in action even this weekend Down Under, still seeking to qualify for "the race that stops a nation." The grueling 3200-meter open handicap and its full field of 24 creates pressure for Victoria Racing Club chief handicapper Greg Carpenter, whose decisions can sometimes draw ire.
Wed Oct 26
2011
DRF Now
Categories: Track Notes
[bc_video_id:237019:]One year ago, if you had to predict which horse would win its next 18 races, it would have taken you a while to get to Rapid Redux. You might still be picking horses today before drawing his name.
Mon Oct 24
2011
DRF Now
Categories: International
[bc_video_id:236808:]In the wake of Black Caviar's latest victory early Saturday morning, her 15th in a row, the headline in the Sydney Morning Herald read: "Black Caviar has run out of meaningful opposition, and her true test will come in the autumn over more ground." For the headline to make sense, you have to remember that autumn in Australia is spring here in the States, so in the meantime we