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Posted
04/09/2014 8:43PM
Joe Aquilino, a former New York City fireman who trained horses for more than three decades on the New York Racing Association circuit, died Wednesday after a long battle with congestive heart failure. He was 76. Full Story >>
Posted
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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Breeding News:Posted
04/18/2014
At the time I left Windfields Farm in Maryland for Kentucky in 1974, debate raged between the Oshawa, ...
Handicapping:Posted
04/19/2014
DRF Plus closer looks for Santa Anita on Sunday, April 20.
Handicapping Columns:Posted
04/17/2014
When a turf horse races on a synthetic track, the assumption is the horse will take to the surface. ...
Harness:Posted
04/19/2014
Horses to watch from Pocono Downs.
Headlines:Posted
04/19/2014
Trainer Jose Garofallo announced Saturday that Luis Saez will be aboard Wildcat Red in the Kentucky ...

Track Reports

Gulfstream ParkPosted
04/19/2014 01:26PM
HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. - For the second consecutive morning, trainer Jose Garoffalo was forced to ...
Churchill DownsPosted
04/19/2014 12:35PM
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Todd Pletcher-trained stablemates My Miss Sophia and Got Lucky, who swept the ...
Churchill DownsPosted
04/19/2014 12:06PM
Vicar’s in Trouble was out for serious work Saturday when he breezed five furlongs in 1:00.40 ...