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TODAY April 30, 2016
Exaggerator, the Santa Anita Derby winner, on Saturday at Churchill Downs turned in his final work for the Kentucky Derby seven days hence, one of five potential Derby runners who worked at two different locales.
Some of the stars of the sport were out at the Meadowlands on a beautiful windless Saturday morning. All eyes were on the sixth race which was supposed to feature 2015 champion 2-year-old trotter Southwind Frank, but he missed his scheduled qualifying ...
The Maryland Jockey Club is looking into pending medication violations against trainer Marcus Vitali in Florida, according to Sal Sinatra, president of the Maryland Jockey Club. Vitali, the third-leading trainer at the Gulfstream Park winter meet, ...
Deuces could be wild (and fast) early on the Sunday card at Golden Gate Fields, as I’ll be singling a couple of horses carrying saddlecloth No. 2 in the pick five sequence that opens the nine-race program while also including the other No. 2s in the ...
Empire Way, a son of Empire Maker, sired his first winner when Dutt Bart won the first race at Los Alamitos on Apr. 29. Dutt Bart won the event for juvenile maidens going 4 1/2 furlongs by coming from off the pace in the six-runner field and drawing ...
Saturday's all-grass pick four at Golden Gate Fields includes the Grade 3 San Francisco Mile, where the two morning-line favorites, Bal a Bali and Gabriel Charles, seem to have the edge. Here's one way to play it.
YESTERDAY April 29, 2016
Cashel Rock won his third straight race and first stakes, rallying past the pacesetting Victory Arch and Pistone Steel in the final furlong of the $65,000 Golden Circle on Friday night at Prairie Meadows.
Arlington Park and the Illinois Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association, ending a protracted dispute, signed a contract Friday night governing Arlington’s 2016 race meet, which starts next Friday.
Keeneland wrapped up its spring meet Friday with gains in attendance and handle, including single-day records in both of those categories.
Trainer Phil Serpe brought Weekend Hideaway to Florida last fall, ran him twice at Gulfstream Park West and once at Gulfstream, then sent him to South Carolina for a winter's rest. The plan paid off Friday on opening day of the Belmont Park meet when ...