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YESTERDAY November 21, 2014
Shake It Cerry and Sayitall BB won the sophomore filly Breeders Crowns on the trot and pace on Friday at the Meadowlands.
Mission Brief and Bee A Magician both won their Breeders Crown races at the Meadowlands on Friday night in impressive fashion.
Canadian champion and classic winner Eye of the Leopard will return to his home country to stand the 2015 breeding season at Colebrook Farms in Uxbridge, Ontario.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Sunday 11/23 card at Balmoral Park.
Trainer Phil Sims said Friday from Keeneland that he is “seriously considering” running Don’t Tell Sophia in the Grade 2 Falls City at Churchill Downs on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day.
Fruit Ludt set a track record for a mile Friday at Churchill, but it comes with a giant asterisk.
Lacking any of the big-name 3-year-olds from the Breeders’ Cup Classic, the Clark Handicap still could have a pair of 3-year-olds as major contenders.
A new era in Ohio racing begins Monday with the first day of live racing at Mahoning Valley, a racino that essentially replaces Beulah Park on the circuit.
The 1 3/8-mile distance of Sunday's allowance feature at Aqueduct is not an issue for Village Warrior. But turf is.
A new era in Ohio racing begins Monday with the first day of live racing at Mahoning Valley, a racino that essentially replaces Beulah Park on the circuit.