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Posted
04/09/2014 4:39PM
When the Blue Grass Stakes is run at Keeneland on Saturday, it is unlikely to produce the next Kentucky Derby winner. Though it was once the most important 3-year-old prep race, it became irrelevant after Keeneland replaced its dirt track with a ... Full Story >>
Posted
04/09/2014 3:00PM
If Greg Gilchrist, acting on behalf of Scott Sherwood’s Blinkers On Racing Stable partnership, had not gone to $30,000 to buy a filly by Not for Love at the second session of the Midlantic sale of 2-year-olds in training in May of 2008 . . . Full Story >>

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Track Reports

Remington ParkPosted
09/26/2016 04:24PM
OKLAHOMA CITY - Ivan Fallunovalot overcame a difficult trip to win the $150,000 David M. Vance for ...
Belmont ParkPosted
09/26/2016 04:10PM
ELMONT, N.Y. – Trainer Chad Brown said Sunday he most likely will run both Practical Joke, the ...
Belmont ParkPosted
09/26/2016 04:06PM
ELMONT, N.Y. – Mo Town, a seven-length winner of a one-mile maiden race at Belmont last ...