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YESTERDAY May 25, 2016
Maclean’s Music had a world of talent, and unfortunately only had one chance to show it, but he surely made the most of the opportunity. Now, his first foals are 2-year-olds, and he’s also starting to show talent as a sire. Maclean’s Music got his ...
Dazzling Gem, a creditable third behind American Freedom in the Sir Barton Stakes on the Preakness undercard, could run next in the $100,000 Matt Winn on the big Stephen Foster Handicap night card June 18 at Churchill Downs, although trainer Brad Cox ...
Ghost Locket was entered in the Prairie Rose Stakes over six furlongs on Thursday night at Prairie Meadows. If she is scratched, she has a good chance to win the $45,000 Jack Bishop Stakes over 1 1/16 miles on Friday night at Prairie Meadows.
A couple 3-year-olds who at least wandered around the margins of the Triple Crown trail, Cocked and Loaded and Candy My Boy, will take their talents to turf Saturday in the Grade 3 Arlington Classic, which shares top billing on the card here with the ...
The field for Monday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Lone Star Park Handicap was just starting to take shape Wednesday. Racing secretary Mike Shamburg said he had a number of horses under consideration for the 1 1/16-mile race, including probable starters Cyrus ...
The tale of Exaggerator started back in 2012 at Lone Star Park when Matt Bryan attended a 2-year-olds in training sale at the Dallas area track in order to meet Keith Desormeaux.
William Woodward Sr. and Arthur B. “Bull” Hancock Jr., two giants of racing and breeding, have been elected into the National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame in the Pillars of the Turf category, the museum announced Wednesday.
Horses to watch from Pocono Downs.
Nominations closed last Sunday for the eight stakes at Gulfstream Park on June 4 that serve as preps for the rich Summit of Speed program July 2 that includes the Grade 2 Princess Rooney and Smile Sprint.
Doug O'Neill does not have to look far for a reminder of his success with California-breds. One of his stable ponies is Lava Man, the California-bred who earned more than $5.2 million in the 2000s.