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TODAY April 20, 2014
Jockey Irving Orozco, who has not ridden since March 22, has been suspended for failing to appear at a hearing with Santa Anita stewards to explain his absence from riding.
Living the Life, the winner of Friday’s $252,000 All-Weather Championship Fillies and Mares Condition Stakes at Lingfield, England, is set to join trainer Gary Mandella’s stable at Santa Anita in the next week.
Dynamic Impact and Midnight Hawk, separated by a nose at the finish in Saturday’s Illinois Derby, both emerged from the race in good order, their trainers said Sunday morning. It’s extremely unlikely either horse would run in the Kentucky Derby, and ...
Trainer Todd Pletcher completed his final piece of important business in south Florida for the season when sending out two of his four potential Kentucky Derby starters, We Miss Artie and Intense Holiday, to work at his winter home, the Palm Meadows ...
Only six 3-year-olds were entered in the $125,000 Woodstock Stakes, which features a matchup between Go Greeley and Jose Sea View, who were separated by just a point in the voting for last year’s Canadian champion 2-year-old.
DRF Plus handicapping analysis for Santa Anita on Sunday, April 20.
Champion Zenyatta delivered her third foal, a filly by popular young commercial sire War Front, early April 20 at Lane’s End Farm in Versailles, Ky. The filly arrived at 12:03 a.m. Eastern.
Sunday is closing day, which also means mandatory payouts as the winter portion of the long Santa Anita meet ends. There will be no carryovers. Every pool, including pick six, pick five, and Super High 5, will be paid out Sunday. Racing resumes Friday.
With no horse in this field likely to benefit enough by the 10 Derby qualifying points to the winner, the Lexington Stakes at Keeneland had no bearing on the top 20 attempting to make the Kentucky Derby starting field. But it was an important race for ...
YESTERDAY April 19, 2014
Imperative, ridden by Hall of Famer Kent Desormeaux, ran by Game On Dude in the final furlong to win Saturday night’s $1.5 million Charles Town Classic by 1 1/2 lengths.