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TODAY July 24, 2014
When Stanwyck won last fall’s Grade 3 Turnback the Alarm Handicap at Belmont at 21-1, trainer John Shirreffs said she really thrived training at Saratoga. Sunday, Shirreffs hopes that trend continues when Stanwyck runs in the Grade 3, $200,000 Shuvee ...
The list of candidates for the Grade 3 Longacres Mile has been slow to take shape, with only a handful of Emerald Downs-based horses confirmed for the Northwest’s marquee race Aug. 24. Stryker Phd, the winner of the Mt. Rainier Handicap on Sunday in ...
Captain Serious turns back back to 6 1/2 furlongs to face eight other 3-year-olds in the $200,000 Amsterdam, a highly competitive race that serves as a prelude to Saturday’s main event at Saratoga, the Grade 2 Jim Dandy.
Constitution, the undefeated Florida Derby winner who was sidelined by a shin injury, breezed a quarter of a mile Wednesday morning at WinStar Farm as he attempts to make it back to the races later this year.
Aldrin, a three-quarter brother to the hot stallion Tapit, makes his career debut Saturday at Saratoga in what looks to be a hot 2-year-old race.
It’s Del Mar, and everyone is having way too much fun to take things seriously enough. Then comes a morning like Thursday, when the ultimate cost of raising, buying, and racing Thoroughbreds came due once again in the starkest of possible terms.
Koffee Grinder clearly is the leader of the 3-year-old open division at Hastings, and he is going to be a very short price Aug. 4 to win the British Columbia Cup Stellar’s Jay on British Columbia Cup Day.
In the Amsterdam Stakes at Saratoga, Captain Serious looks to be a good bet, cutting back in distance after setting the pace and fading to second to Jim Dandy entrant Kid Cruz in the 1 1/16-mile Dwyer Stakes on July 5 at Belmont.
Officially, Saturday is Ladies’ Day at Monmouth Park, but many in attendance on Sunday will be looking for the festivities to carry over in spirit to that day when Rosie Napravnik will be reunited with the nation’s top 3-year-old filly, Untapable, in ...
Another horse has tested positive for morphine in England, according to the Racing Post, and Michael Stoute, who trains a horse for Queen Elizabeth II that tested positive, has revealed that a second horse in his stable also tested positive for the drug.