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TODAY October 30, 2014
American Pharoah, the two-time Grade 1 winner who was scratched out of Saturday’s $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, has a deep bruise in his left front foot, trainer Bob Baffert said Thursday.
Velvet Mesquite won her stakes debut in the California Distaff Handicap on the hillside turf course at Santa Anita on Oct. 11. By the next morning, trainer Blake Heap began plotting a schedule to have the massive 4-year-old filly ready for Saturday’s ...
This year’s European contingent on Saturday at the Breeders' Cup is long, and it is strong. Let’s take a look, race by race, listed in post position order, at the European invasion.
The undefeated Shared Belief is going to be the clear-cut favorite in the Breeders’ Cup Classic, and even his detractors (Are there any? How could there be?) would probably concede that it is impossible to rule him out of the number, whether you are ...
Sunbean and Ide Be Cool find themselves in an unusual position heading into Saturday night’s $100,000 Gold Cup at Delta Downs. Both horses are looking to get back into the win column.
Anyone who dreams of a life-changing journey to the races has an idol in Breeders’ Cup trainer Conor Murphy. Murphy, who starts Dimension in Saturday’s $1 million BC Turf Sprint at Santa Anita, is proof anything is possible in the world of race betting.
After Shared Belief won his first start at Golden Gate Fields on Aug. 19, 2013, he was transferred to the Hollywood Park barn of trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, who was informed the horse was for sale. Hollendorfer asked Marty Wygod, who bred and owned ...
It sure seems like the 2-year-old grass races with 14-horse fields are the spots to cast a wide net in the Breeders’ Cup Friday pick four, while there is considerably more to go on in the Dirt Mile and Distaff.
The $130,000 Mountaineer Mile is an 11-horse head-scratcher with top contenders shipping in from Kentucky, New York, and Maryland.
Some people have been let down by the 2014 performance of last year’s Horse of the Year Bee A Magician. Trainer Richard “Nifty” Norman is not one of them. Heading into Saturday’s $178,000 Muscle Hill at Vernon Downs, Bee A Magician may be as sharp as ...