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YESTERDAY November 27, 2015
Once a jockey establishes himself in New York, the rider typically heads south for the winter. Not so in the case of Irad Ortiz Jr., who will be based at Aqueduct for the winter, though he is likely to make several trips to Gulfstream Park.
Constellation, an 8 1/4-length winner of Thursday's $150,000 Furlough Stakes for 2-year-old fillies, will likely be kept sprinting.
Very few trainers can say their first victory came in a graded stakes race. Gaston Grant is one of the few.
After an unchracteristic last-place finish in the Breeders' Cup Mile over a yielding surface, Recepta could produce a much-improved effort on firmer turf in the Matriarch.
What did Filimbi do on her summer vacation? Get ready to head to California in the fall, that's what.
Manhattan Dan and Dressed in Hermes were first and second with a furlong remaining in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf at Keeneland on Oct. 30. It was the closest they came to glory. Both faded in deep stretch, with Dressed in Hermes fifth and Manhattan ...
The Los Alamitos autumn Thoroughbred meeting begins Thursday and runs through Dec. 20 and includes two $300,000 Grade 1 races for 2-year-olds at 1 1/16 miles – the Starlet Stakes for fillies Dec. 12 and the Los Alamitos Futurity on Dec. 19.
Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer's first objective after winning the 7,000th race of his career was to find more winners.
I’ll try to hit the last pick four on the Churchill card today on a fairly budget-conscious ticket, and to do so, I’ve taken a stand in the Clark Handicap, where I’m all in on Todd Pletcher. Here’s a look race by race.
Rattataptap, who won a one-mile allowance race last weekend, could turn back to seven furlongs for the Grade 1 La Brea Stakes on Dec. 26, opening day of Santa Anita's winter meeting, according to trainer Phil D'Amato.