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TODAY August 20, 2014
Jockeys Corey Nakatani and Elvis Trujillo have agreed to a three-round exhibition boxing match at Del Mar after the races on Aug. 30 to aid the Permanently Disabled Jockeys’ Fund.
Less than a month after undergoing knee-replacement surgery, Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens was a morning visitor to Del Mar on Tuesday and said his rehabilitation was going a bit better than expected.
Secret Circle, last year’s winner of the Breeders’ Cup Sprint, worked a half-mile in 48.20 seconds on Tuesday morning at Del Mar under jockey Martin Garcia.
The announcement last week by Coteau Grove Farms that it will reduce its racing operations to concentrate on its breeding program promises to change the racing landscape in southern Louisiana.
The good news is the conditions are fast and firm, with only a wisp of a rain chance today. The bad news: There’s not much heft to the card. Six of the nine flat races on the program have a claiming tag somewhere in the race conditions, and we go down ...
When the globe-trotting filly Beatrice showed up for last month’s Osunitas Stakes, she looked like a top contender and was bet accordingly, but she managed to beat just two of her 11 rivals.
DRF handicapper Dan Illman takes a closer look at the juveniles running at Saratoga.
Having conquered foes throughout North America, Swedish wonder Sebastian K has little left to prove. Despite setting a new mark for trotting speed with a 1:49 world record performance, his connections still aspire to expand his résumé and have ...
Stakes winner Unhindered will take her talents to the turf in Friday’s second race at Woodbine, a seven-furlong allowance that serves as the prep for next month’s Grade 2 Natalma Stakes.
Sole Power, the winner of the Group 1 King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot in June, will make his fourth career appearance in the $432,000 Nunthorpe Stakes at York Racecourse in England on Friday, a race he won as a 100-1 shot in 2010.