YESTERDAY February 24, 2018
Selections for Sunday's card at Sha Tin.
In her stakes debut Saturday, Mongolian Shopper was the surprise winner of the $73,435 Wishing Well Stakes for fillies and mares on the hillside turf course.
The connections of Hannelore Hanover, Ariana G and Manchego will face some anxious moments on Sunday night (Feb. 25) in Orlando when the United States Harness Writers announce the Dan Patch award winners for Trotter and Horse of the Year. Along with ...
At the annual meeting of its Board of Directors on Saturday afternoon, the United States Harness Writers Association (USHWA) selected Mark Hall and Dave Little to move to the summer ballot for possible election to the Communicators Hall of Fame.
Bourne in Nixa cut back to one turn and returned to the winner’s circle Saturday at Oaklawn, where he closed through the stretch to upset 2-5 favorite Mitole in the $125,000 Gazebo.
Economic Model edged away from Irish War Cry for his first stakes victory in more than 20 months in a spill-marred 28th running of the Grade 3, $100,000 Hal’s Hope on Saturday at Gulfstream Park.
Last fall, Conquest Tsunami was moved from trainer Mark Casse’s stable in Florida to Peter Miller in California at the insistence of owner Gary Barber. The transfer has turned Conquest Tsunami into a graded stakes winner.
A handful of potential Fountain of Youth starters, including reigning juvenile champion Good Magic and the Dale Romans trio of Free Drop Billy, Storm Runner, and Promises Fulfilled, turned in their final preps for that race Saturday.
It’s bound to happen now and again, Todd Pletcher winning a stakes race named for a standout he once trained. And that’s just what happened Saturday at Gulfstream Park when Salmanazar, ridden by John Velazquez, sped to victory in the fourth running of ...
Led by the unbeaten 3-year-old McKinzie, a number of top-class stakes runners worked on a cold, clear Saturday morning at Santa Anita.