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TODAY May 27, 2016
Dee Majesty, the winner of the Japanese 2000 Guineas on April 17, will be favored to win his fourth consecutive race in Sunday’s $3.9 million Japanese Derby at Tokyo Racecourse.
Remington Park will put on a second running of the Sooner State Stakes in less than a month on Sunday. The 400-yard race for Quarter Horses is one of five stakes on the card, with the races all restricted to horses bred in Oklahoma. Purses for the ...
rainer Todd Pletcher is putting together a formidable foursome for the Grade 1, $1.25 million Metropolitan Handicap on the June 11 Belmont Stakes program. On Friday, Pletcher sent three of the four out for workouts over the Belmont Park training track.
Ivan Fallunovalot, the multiple stakes-winning Texas-bred who ran in last year’s Breeders’ Cup Sprint, has shipped into Lone Star following some turn-out time in Arkansas, according to his trainer, Tom Howard.
The chairman of the New York Assembly’s Racing, Gaming, and Wagering committee has joined with his Senate counterpart in introducing a bill calling for the New York Racing Association to control eight appointments on a reconstituted 15-seat board.
Preakness Stakes winner Shakleford sired his first winner today when the colt Little Nappy held on by a nose to win the third race at Gulfstream, a $40,000 maiden special weight race for 2-year-olds. He stands at Darby Dan Farm for a fee of $5,000.
On Sunday they will run the $200,000 Charles Whittingham Stakes at Santa Anita again at a mile and a quarter on firm turf. Whittingham died at age 86 in April of 1999 – 14 years before Hollywood Park gave up the ghost – but his DNA lingers in the game. ...
Trainer Al Stall Jr. will be attacking two of the summer’s most significant offerings for older horses in the Texas and Louisiana region this week. He has Rocket Time on deck for the Grade 3, $200,000 Lone Star Park Handicap on Monday, and Great Minds ...
If you're looking for a fresh face in the second-level optional $62,500 claiming ranks on this circuit, then you'll want to take Comfort in Sunday's feature at Belmont Park.
The turns that most concern trainer Richard Mandella are on the Santa Anita turf course, where Bal a Bali runs Sunday as the favorite in the Grade 2 Charles Whittingham Stakes.