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TODAY April 18, 2015
Deep closer QUEEN OF THE SAND (#4, 9-2) and front-runner FANTICOLA (#3, 4-1) are the keys in this filly-mare turf G2 at a mile and a quarter. ’Sand was compromised by the slow pace in her return; Fanticola will lead as far as she can.
Last year’s champion 2-year-old filly in Ohio, Justalittlesmoke, passed her first test against open company Saturday when she outfought Tetrad by a neck in the $75,000 Austintown Filly Sprint at Mahoning Valley Race Course.
Entering Saturday’s Grade 2 Distaff Handicap at Aqueduct, trainer Linda Rice had a little question mark on the fitness of La Verdad coming in off a 111-day layoff. That question was answered emphatically in the positive as La Verdad turned aside an ...
Eleven horses who were being pointed for the Kentucky Derby had timed workouts Saturday morning across the country.
It was the Jimmy Takter show during qualifying action at the Meadowlands Saturday morning. Among the Hall of Fame conditioners winners were 2014 Trotter of the Year Shake It Cerry and Hambletonian hopeful Canepa Hanover. The trainer also will send out ...
The traditional early double holds some appeal, and it could help bolster your bankroll for later in the day.
Interesting late pick four Sunday at Keeneland.
Charles Wait, who has been a member of the New York Racing Association’s Board of Directors for the better part of three decades, has resigned from the board effective immediately, NYRA officials confirmed Saturday.
The California-bred stakes-winning sprinters Big Macher and Harlington’s Rose progressed toward springtime comebacks at Santa Anita on Saturday.
Texas Red, the winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile last November, will resume full training on May 1 after an interrupted campaign earlier this year caused of persistent foot problems.