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04/19/2014 6:14PM
Professional discretion paid off Saturday for Shug McGaughey when the Hall of Fame trainer sent out Mr Speaker to win the 33rd running of the Grade 3, $200,000 Lexington Stakes at Keeneland. Full Story >>
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04/19/2014 5:51PM
Antonio Sano’s decision to keep his turf specialist in the race paid dividends after Grand Tito rallied from just off the pace to a three-quarter length victory over fellow longshot Midnight Cello in the Miami Mile Handicap at Calder. Full Story >>

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Breeding News:Posted
04/22/2014
Keeneland has announced that prominent Central Kentucky breeding outfits Claiborne Farm and Lane’s ...
Handicapping:Posted
04/24/2014
The richest race of the day, and probably the one to go to school on, is race 5, a $65,000 maiden ...
Handicapping Columns:Posted
04/20/2014
With no horse in this field likely to benefit enough by the 10 Derby qualifying points to the winner, ...
Harness:Posted
04/24/2014
The storyline entering Saturday’s $567,000 George Morton Levy Series final for those not in Foiled ...
Headlines:Posted
04/23/2014
Chitu was entered on Wednesday in the Derby Trial on Saturday night at Churchill Downs, but will ...

Track Reports

AqueductPosted
04/23/2014 03:55PM
The Grade 1 winner Grace Hall, now with trainer Bill Mott, is being pointed to the Grade 2, $250,000 ...
Churchill DownsPosted
04/23/2014 03:42PM
[bc_video_id:322143:]LOUISVILLE, KY. – The temperature may have dropped overnight but the tempo ...
KeenelandPosted
04/23/2014 03:03PM
Whether it’s Saratoga, or Gulfstream, or Southern California, Julien Leparoux typically has ...