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YESTERDAY September 30, 2014
The 2014 Lexington Selected Sale got off to a fast start and never petered out as 97 yearlings were hammered down during day one of the five-day sale. Demolishing the 2013 average per horse of $86,324, the opening night consignment was up over 21 ...
M.V. Magnier, representing the Coolmore partnership, signed the ticket on a $1.89 million Galileo colt to headline Tuesday’s opening session of the Goffs Orby sale in Co. Kildare, Ireland.
Northville Downs has scrapped plans to conduct its inaugural Thoroughbred meet about two weeks before it was scheduled to begin, having voluntarily submitted its Thoroughbred and mixed-breed licenses to the Michigan Gaming Control Board last Friday.
Fiftyshadesofgold, who won the Grade 3 Eight Belles Stakes on the Kentucky Oaks undercard earlier this year, has been retired by owner Doug Scharbauer’s Valor Farm due to a tear in her left fore suspensory.
Ken Walters' analysis of the Thursday 10/2 card at Northfield Park.
Wednesday is the 19th day of racing at Belmont’s 38-day fall meet, and as we hit the halfway point, here are some odds ‘n ends.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Thursday 10/2 card at Mohawk Racetrack.
Kentucky’s September race dates have once again emerged as a major source of contention.
Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer said plans for Tonito M., who won the Grade 3, $400,000 Oklahoma Derby, are to be determined. The horse returned to his Santa Anita base Tuesday. Tonito M. came into the Oklahoma Derby off a third-place finish in the Los ...
The American Gaming Association, the lobbying and public-relations arm for casinos across the United States, released a study on Tuesday purporting to show that the U.S. “gambling industry” accounted for $38 billion in tax revenue to federal, state, ...