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YESTERDAY January 30, 2015
Although a good name will not make a horse run faster, or farther, that does not stop Thoroughbred owners from burning the midnight oil in search of just the right combination of words and letters to lay upon freshly turned 2-year-olds. The deadline ...
With the 74th running of the San Vicente Stakes (the “handicap” condition was last used in 1966) set for Sunday, test your knowledge of horses who have competed in this event.
Private Prospect, a multiple stakes winner who finished a troubled ninth in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, is being pointed for the Grade 3, $300,000 Southwest at Oaklawn on Feb. 16, trainer Mike Campbell said Friday.
The first Sunday card of the Laurel Park meet will rematch the Maryland Million Lassie upsetter My Magician against Spotted Heart, the longshot winner of the Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship.
Coming into the weekend, Parx had not raced since canceling after the first race Jan. 19 as winter weather has made it difficult to maintain the racing surface.
Jockey Ramsey Zimmerman, who hasn’t ridden since Jan. 16, apparently is having issues again with substance abuse. According to a Tuesday post on his Facebook page, Zimmerman sought treatment recently from the Opiate Recovery Center Associates (ORCA) ...
Small fields to start the card make finding plays difficult, but a couple of horses later on the card have some appeal and give options for in-race and multi-race wagers.
Lea and Commissioner are the biggest names in the prospective lineup for the Grade 1 Donn Handicap, a race Gulfstream Park racing officials hope attracts at least eight older horses.
Exercise rider Guadalupe Leyte has been suspended 10 days and fined $1,000 for poor treatment of a pony horse in the Santa Anita stable area, according to a ruling released by track stewards.
Bad Ju Ju is having a fortunate run in recent starts.