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TODAY April 26, 2017
The second day of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s spring 2-year-olds in training sale Wednesday kept up the positive energy set in Tuesday’s opening session, with comparative gains in gross and average, and a Medaglia d’Oro colt assuming the sale’s ...
Jockey Irad Ortiz Jr. will not be riding in this year’s Kentucky Oaks or Kentucky Derby. Instead, he will stay at his home base of Belmont Park and ride several top contenders in stakes for trainer Chad Brown those days.
The program for 2-year-olds at Belmont Park has seen significant gains in starters over the last four years.
Kharafa, the million-dollar-earning New York-bred gelding, will kick off his 8-year-old season in Saturday’s $150,000 Elusive Quality Stakes going seven furlongs at Belmont Park.
Trainer Jorge Navarro came within a half-length of going 4 for 4 on last Saturday’s Charles Town Classic card. All of his runner’s that day have been sent to a New Jersey farm to prepare for the Monmouth Park meet, which begins May 13.
Regulations allowing racetracks to identify wagers placed ontrack through account-wagering platforms is expected to enhance purses, but the impact will not be known for several months.
It Tiz Well, who finished third in the Grade 1 Santa Anita Oaks on April 8, will remain in California this spring and will not start in the Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs on May 5.
Trevor McCarthy won the most races at Laurel Park last week but Feargal Lynch won the right races.
After a month’s journey to Dubai in search of riches, Imperial Hint is back in his Parx stall, and if not wealthier, at least he has his health.
Avast Matey finally gets off the fence Friday for the featured seventh race at Gulfstream Park. He will start in post seven for the optional $16,000 claiming sprint that carries first-level allowance conditions after breaking from the rail in each of ...