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TODAY April 18, 2014
A colt by Wildcat Heir worked the fastest furlong during Friday’s fourth and final session of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. spring sale of 2-year-olds in training under-tack show.
The huge Keeneland spring meet being enjoyed by jockey Stewart Elliott and trainer Mark Casse got an exclamation point Friday when they teamed to win the Grade 3, $100,000 Doubledogdare Stakes at Keeneland.
At the time I left Windfields Farm in Maryland for Kentucky in 1974, debate raged between the Oshawa, Ontario, office of Windfields Farm and the Maryland office over whether to raise Northern Dancer’s stud fee for 1975 to $25,000. Less than 10 years ...
The Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. spring sale of 2-year-olds in training will kick off the open portion of the North American juvenile auction calendar after a somewhat volatile select season. The four-day sale will take place Monday through Thursday in ...
On May 17, 1922, an 11-year-old gelding lined up against low-level claimers at New York’s Jamaica racecourse to compete for a thimble-sized purse. Perhaps he behaved badly; his manners, once kindly, had soured by this, his 80th career start. Did he ...
DRF Plus handicapping analysis for Santa Anita on Saturday, April 19.
DRF Plus graded stakes analysis for Saturday, April 19.
DRF Plus handicapping analysis for Keeneland on Saturday, April 19.
Mr. Bowling’s first tour of Emerald Downs didn’t go exactly as planned. Acquired to run in the Grade 3 Longacres Mile last August, Mr. Bowling finished a distant 11th in the Pacific Northwest’s richest race and then went to the sidelines for the rest ...
Madame Giry will make her 19th career start and her third over the Gulfstream turf course as the likely favorite in Sunday’s $75,000 Safari Queen, scheduled at five furlongs on turf.