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YESTERDAY April 16, 2014
There is no disputing that there have been 51 Kentucky Derby winners since 1962, and not one of them had his or her roots in California.
Trainer Linda Rice hopes she has La Verdad primed to capture her first graded stakes victory in the six-furlong Distaff Handicap at Aqueduct following a victory in the Broadway Stakes for New York-breds on March 29.
DRF Plus handicapping analysis for Keeneland on Thursday, April 17.
DRF Plus handicapping analysis for Aqueduct on Thursday, April 17.
ThistleDown opens a 122-day meet Friday with larger purses and larger fields. It is the second racing season that the North Randall, Ohio, track has operated as a racino.
After claiming his third straight victory in the Grade 1 Santa Anita Handicap last month, Game On Dude will go for his second straight success in the Grade 2 Charles Town Classic on Saturday night, when he takes on six rivals in the $1.5 million race ...
Previously viewed as a horse with an affinity for Aqueduct’s inner oval, it turns out that Miss Da Point is more than a one-track filly.
Although it almost surely will have no impact on the 140th Kentucky Derby, there still are 10 Derby qualifying points available to the winner of the Grade 3 Lexington Stakes on Saturday at Keeneland, where a field of 11 has been drawn for the 1 ...
Even with the likelihood of a heavy favorite in Untapable, racing officials at Churchill Downs in Louisville are expecting a full gate of 14 3-year-old fillies for the 140th Kentucky Oaks on May 2.
Friday's $48,750 main event will be the third leg in the Rainbow 6 sequence, with the jackpot standing at more than $5.16 million entering the eight-race program.