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YESTERDAY June 29, 2016
Royal Ascot heroine Tepin settled back into stall 1 at the Mark Casse barn at Churchill Downs on Monday after clearing quarantine in New York the previous week.
Trainers George Teague (Wiggle It Jiggleit), Jimmy Takter (Always B Miki) and Larry Rheinheimer (Freaky Feet Pete), along with owner Robert Cooper (Mel Mara) will discuss their charge's prospects in the $500,000 Ben Franklin final this Saturday at ...
A group of 13 older trotting mares have been split into two $30,000 Miss Versatility divisions for the second leg of this year’s series.
Apprentice jockey Katie Clawson, who scored the first victory of her career June 17 at Churchill Downs, plans to continue riding for mentor Kellyn Gorder throughout the summer as she launches her career.
The U.S. Trotting Association announced on Wednesday (June 29) that a new, online version of the Trotting & Pacing Guide, the harness racing industry’s media guide, was launched on its website, www.ustrotting.com.
Jockey Patrick Valenzuela, who has not ridden since late February in Louisiana, is hoping to ride in California in July for the first time since early 2014 if he is granted a license by the California Horse Racing Board.
Jockey Steve Bourque, 53, is nearing 4,000 career Thoroughbred victories.
Ricardo Santana Jr. didn't ride at Churchill Downs last weekend due to an international adventure, as he finished a creditable fifth aboard Impulsive in the 90th Gazi Derby, Turkey's most prestigious horse race, at the Veliefendi Hippodrome in Istanbul ...
The Grade 3-placed Mac Daddy Mac makes his long awaited 3-year-old debut facing four rivals in Friday's $37,000 optional-claiming feature, restricted to Florida-breds.
That collective sigh of relief heard from the Gulfstream Park racing office and points north on Wednesday afternoon came from the connections of seven of the eight fillies and mares entered in Saturday's Grade 2 Princess Rooney once they learned that ...