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TODAY November 25, 2014
At noon Tuesday, Penn National canceled its Wednesday night card and rescheduled it for Saturday in advance of a winter storm that is expected to drop four to eight inches of snow over western Pennsylvania.
The mutuel field is an overwhelming morning-line favorite in the first pool of the 2015 Kentucky Derby Future Wager, which is set to open Friday.
Stryker Phd, the 122-pound highweight after winning three straight stakes at Emerald Downs, including the Grade 3 Longacres Mile, and then running second in a Santa Anita stakes, tops the list of eight runners confirmed for Sunday’s Berkeley Handicap ...
The Jerry Hollendorfer-trained duo of Lutine Belle and Seduire will run in Saturday’s $50,000-added Golden Gate Debutante for 2-year-old fillies at six furlongs.
Finnegans Wake and Holiday Star meet for the first time in Thursday’s $250,000 Hollywood Turf Cup at Del Mar as stakes winners with differing form.
This week, as the connections of 19 runners make decisions about entering Sunday’s $100,000, Grade 3 Berkeley Handicap, Hudson Landing is getting on a van to return to owner Jared Chappell’s ranch in Utah to begin his retirement.
Millennium Farms in Lexington, Ky., has released the advertised fees for its five-horse stallion roster for the 2015 breeding season.
After the sensational year she’s already had, a victory for Don’t Tell Sophia in the Falls City Handicap would be like, well, the Cool Whip on the pumpkin pie.
The U.S. comes laden with a buffet of choices in the world of sports, and if there are not at least a few things to be grateful for in the world of horse racing then somebody’s not looking hard enough.
Mick once had a horse win 11 straight races, so he is no stranger to consistent horses. One of his old horses won 30 times in 60 starts. But there is no question Tastefully Simple has a special place in the trainer’s heart.