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Jim McCue, Maryland Jockey Club
Trainer Todd Pletcher plans to start Lights of Medina in the Mother Goose on Saturday at Belmont.
A field of five or six is in the making for the $250,000 Mother Goose on Saturday at Belmont Park.Full Story >>
TODAY June 26, 2017
Trainer Brian Lynch confirmed Monday that Lightstream would return to the scene of her maiden victory 15 months ago when she ships here as the likely favorite for Saturday's Grade 2, “Win and You're In” Princess Rooney.
Beverly Burress, who closed out her riding career at Louisiana Downs in September 2013, began training last fall and now has a 14-horse stable based in Bossier City, La. She had won four races from 13 starts at the meet through Sunday for a 31 percent ...
Rumpole, who has won three stakes in his last three starts, is under consideration for the $60,000 Prelude at Louisiana Downs, according to trainer Bob Young. The 1 1/16-mile turf race for 3-year-olds is Aug. 5.
Gunnevera, who was given a brief freshening after finishing seventh in the Kentucky Derby and fifth in the Preakness, has returned to work preparing for what his trainer, Antonio Sano, hopes will be an even more fruitful second half of his 3-year-old ...
By winning the Grade 3 Chicago Handicap on Saturday, Finley'sluckycharm became the first horse in 13 years to win three stakes at a single Churchill meet.
Gun Runner was scheduled to arrive early Tuesday at his summer home at Saratoga after being sent overnight by van from Churchill Downs with about a dozen of his Steve Asmussen stablemates.
The $71,510 purse of an optional claimer at Santa Anita on Saturday has been placed on hold and may be eventually redistributed because the winning owner was ineligible to run horses after being suspended on Friday.
YESTERDAY June 25, 2017
Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer is considering Battle of Midway for the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park on July 30, a race that could draw such prominent 3-year-olds as Classic Empire, the champion 2-year-old male of 2016 who was second in the ...
Irap, who won his second graded stakes of the year in Saturday’s Grade 3 Ohio Derby, is likely to start in the Grade 3 Indiana Derby at Indiana Grand on July 15, trainer Doug O’Neill said Sunday.
Collected will be considered for turf races at Del Mar this summer despite romping to three consecutive stakes wins on dirt at Santa Anita this year, the most recent of which was a 14-length score in Saturday’s Grade 3 Precisionist Stakes.