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TODAY September 22, 2014
Main Sequence will seek his third consecutive Grade 1 victory in Saturday’s $600,000 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic at Belmont Park.
Bio Pro, Golden Rifle, and Strong Impact, who meet in Wednesday's grass feature at Belmont, all have shown proficiency over the local turf cours.
Jon Court is named on four mounts Saturday, which will mark his first rides since the 53-year-old jockey injured his hand in a nasty spill in the final race on the May 3 Kentucky Derby program.
Trainer Doug O’Neill had thought about sending Goldencents to Keeneland to take on two-time Horse of the Year Wise Dan in the Shadwell Mile. But after working Goldencents over the grass at Santa Anita on Saturday, O’Neill said the turf experiment will ...
Thank You Marylou and Fiftyshadesofgold could find themselves rematched at Keeneland after the 3-year-old fillies had a mismatch Saturday at Churchill.
Drayden Van Dyke, the top apprentice on the Southern California circuit and a leading candidate for an Eclipse Award, will be among the riders back at Kentucky Downs for the closing-day card Wednesday.
The retirements of Palace Malice and Will Take Charge will leave the 3-year-olds as the strength of this year’s Grade 1 Jockey Club Gold Cup field.
Five of the six older horses entered in the Homecoming Classic on Saturday at Churchill Downs had their final workouts toward the $125,000 race over the weekend, including a half-mile breeze Sunday by the likely favorite, Departing, who went in 48.80 ...
Jim Simpson, the president of Hanover Shoe Farms, and the members of the the Captaintreacherous racing group, announced on Monday (9/22) that "The Captain" will be officially retired at Lexington's famed Red Mile during the races on Thursday October 2.
Woodbine Oaks and Queen’s Plate winner Lexie Lou came up empty in the stretch of her graded stakes debut in the Grade 2 Canadian Stakes on Sept. 14, but has come out of the race without issue, according to trainer Mark Casse.