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YESTERDAY December 15, 2017
The Springboard Mile takes on a new significance Sunday with Kentucky Derby eligibility points now attached to the $400,000 race for 2-year-olds that helps close out the meet at Remington Park.
Come Dancing made quite the return to the races Thursday, winning a first-level allowance race by 6 1/2 lengths.
Mother Nature, the racing schedule, and herself appear to be the only things that can slow trainer Linda Rice down these days.
Rajiv Maragh, the regular rider of the champions Groupie Doll and Main Sequence in recent years, is relocating to California for the start of the Santa Anita winter-spring meeting on Dec. 26.
The 4-year-old filly Scathing won a starter allowance at five furlongs Thursday at Los Alamitos, becoming the first horse based at San Luis Rey Downs to start after the devastating wildfire that struck the training center on Dec. 7.
Pavel's next race is the Grade 1 Malibu Stakes at seven furlongs at Santa Anita on Dec. 26. The $300,000 Malibu Stakes is one of four graded stakes on the opening day program of the track's winter-spring meeting.
A field of 10 turf-sprint specialists is scheduled to contest Sunday's $51,000 main event, a second-level allowance/optional $50,000 claimer to be decided at five furlongs.
Chad Brown's two 2017 Breeders' Cup winners, Good Magic and Rushing Fall, both are scheduled to rejoin the trainer's Palm Meadows string in the coming weeks.
Trainer Dale Romans' barn is stacked and loaded particularly with soon-to-turn 3-year-old prospects led by Grade 1 winner Free Drop Billy and Hollywood Star.
Darren Fleming is a backstretch favorite at the Oaklawn, Lone Star Park, and Remington meets, where he oversees divisions for trainer Steve Asmussen. It's also made him one of the most important people in one of the most powerful stables in North America.