News

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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Breeding News:Posted
07/28/2014
Calumet Farm has named Ken Wilkins, formerly of Spendthrift Farm, to be the new director of the ...
Handicapping:Posted
07/28/2014
The Grade 2 Honorable Miss, the Monday feature at Saratoga, is a six-furlong prelude to the ...
Handicapping Columns:Posted
07/24/2014
In the Amsterdam Stakes at Saratoga, Captain Serious looks to be a good bet, cutting back in distance ...
Harness:Posted
07/29/2014
The perception from this corner when looking at Sebastian K’s arrival on these shores, is that with ...
Headlines:Posted
07/29/2014
Keeneland has put its plans to build a parlor for slot-machine-like devices on hold “indefinitely” ...

Track Reports

SaratogaPosted
07/29/2014 09:15AM
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Trainer Chad Brown said Tuesday that Social Inclusion will join his stable ...
Del MarPosted
07/28/2014 03:48PM
DEL MAR, Calif. – Toast of New York, best known for winning the United Arab Emirates Derby, is ...
Del MarPosted
07/28/2014 03:47PM
DEL MAR, Calif. – Trainer Mark Casse has yet to win a race at this meet, but his runners have ...