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Bert Klein, a prominent owner and breeder who raced horses in partnership with his late wife, Elaine, and son, Richard, died Friday morning following an illness. He was 86.Full Story >>
TODAY March 24, 2017
For me, there is one Big Red and he was born a hundred years ago, on March 29, 1917. If others of the same nickname preceded him, they were simply opening acts. Anyone since? Call them Big Red all you want, but, to me, they are imposters.
The Grade 3 Los Alamitos Derby on July 15 will be worth $200,000 and is the richest of three stakes at the eight-day Los Alamitos summer meeting July 6-16, the track announced Thursday.
The great Man o' War was foaled March 29, 1917, at Nursery Stud in Kentucky. A century later, his very large hoofprints still thunder through Kentucky.
March 22, 2017
Even though he has two runners in the Dubai World Cup on Saturday, Todd Pletcher will be at the Palm Beach Downs training center in Florida, where the likes of Always Dreaming, Battalion Runner, One Liner, and Tapwrit all are supposed to work in ...
Kentucky Derby: Who's hot, who's not for March 22
Thomas Voss, the late trainer who led the U.S. in steeplechase wins five times, and Good Night Shirt, a two-time steeplechase champion, have been elected as steeplechase representatives to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, the ...
March 21, 2017
Longtime Woodbine track announcer Dan Loiselle and Sovereign Award-winning trainers Daniel Vella and Reade Baker headline the list of 15 Thoroughbred candidates eligible to be inducted to the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame in 2017.
March 18, 2017
As part of Fantasy Owners Day at Laurel Park on Saturday, the 291 registrants were matched up for the afternoon with a horse in one of the six overnight races on the card. The fantasy owners will get to spend time with the horse's connections and visit ...
March 16, 2017
The pick-six single-ticket jackpot carryover swelled to $274,301.16 following Thursday's races at Santa Anita after five tickets isolated all six winners, those tickets each receiving $17,695.20.
March 15, 2017
And if Rebel Stakes entrant American Anthem does go on to win the Kentucky Derby, he'll join the likes of Iron Liege, Swale, and Super Saver as understudies who stepped up and wore the roses after a stable's leading candidate went down.