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YESTERDAY May 29, 2015
Beginning in 1987, when Jack Van Berg took Alysheba to the brink of winning the Triple Crown, I have been to Belmont Park for 10 tries and left there with a fistful of programs worth considerably less than they might have been. So here we go again.
Longshots have prevailed in the first three stakes races of the meeting at Emerald Downs, and horseplayers will face another difficult handicapping assignment Sunday when they try to decipher the $50,000 Seattle Handicap for 3-year-old fillies.
In 20 years, will we be talking about the A.P. Indy male line, as we do now, or the male line of his most prominent current son, Pulpit? Pulpit’s son Tapit led the American sire list last year with a record total and is more than $2 million clear at ...
Trainer Todd Pletcher still has decisions to make – most notably who will ride his horses in the June 6 Belmont Stakes – but on Friday, he seemed pretty certain that he would run three horses against Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner American Pharoah ...
Get Happy Mister, the winner of the Grade 3 San Simeon Stakes at Santa Anita on April 19, has remained with trainer Mark Tsagalakis in Southern California for an expected start at Los Alamitos or Del Mar in coming months.
Treve, so slow to find herself last year at 4, returned for her 5-year-old season with an emphatic win Friday at Saint-Cloud in the Group 2 Prix Corrida. Her 2015 campaign began with a resounding victory, and her connections hope to cap it with a third ...
Molly Morgan was what trainer Dale Romans called “a big-day performer.” The 6-year-old Molly Morgan was retired this week due to injury, with her final record standing at eight wins in 29 starts and $882,159 in earnings.
Emerald Downs has a new voice. Matt Dinerman, a 22-year-old San Diego native who wowed Emerald officials during a recent audition, has been hired as the replacement for longtime track announcer Robert Geller, who leaves for Woodbine next month.
immy Graham said he intends to ride this summer at Del Mar in Southern California, where Brad Pegram has agreed to take his book.
California Chrome, the 2014 Horse of the Year, is scheduled to have a workout at Ascot, England, on Thursday in advance of a scheduled start in the Group 1 Prince of Wales’s Stakes at the same venue on June 17. Jockey Frankie Dettori is scheduled to ...