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TODAY December 22, 2014
When you’ve been training for over 50 years and have won more than 3,300 Thoroughbred races where does the motivation come from to get up at 4:30 a.m. every morning and head to the track? “It’s the young horses that keep the fires burning,” says ...
Golden Gate Fields opens its 98-day winter-spring meeting on Friday as the only synthetic-surface track in California and with one of the best horses in the country training on it. Shared Belief, who finished fourth in the Breeders’ Cup Classic after a ...
The seemingly endless supply of talent in the Todd Pletcher barn is typified by horses younger than Vicuna.
Los Alamitos concluded its 12-day December Thoroughbred meeting on Sunday as well as its first year of conducting Thoroughbred racing following the closure of Hollywood Park in 2013. Los Alamitos averaged $5,640,866 a day in all-sources handle during ...
Embarrassed by the fact one of his horses tested positive for a banned substance, owner-breeder Barry Ostrager has terminated his relationship with trainer David Cannizzo.
There has been a resolution to the workmens’ compensation insurance issue that threatened to shut down racing in New York on Jan. 1.
Few days in American racing are as highly anticipated as opening day at Santa Anita on Dec. 26. The track may have only concluded its autumn meeting on Nov. 2, but the day after Christmas is one celebrated by racing fans.
One was a Grade 1 winner on turf. Two ran in the Kentucky Derby. Another won the same stakes three times. The new stallions in California for the 2015 breeding season are an eclectic mix of horses with lengthy racing careers and lightly raced runners. ...
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Tuesday 12/23 card at Northfield Park.
Quirky, a filly who was a minor stakes winner in July, gave Los Alamitos track owner Ed Allred his second major stakes win in consecutive weekends in the $145,850 Southern California Derby for Quarter Horses on Sunday.