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TODAY July 28, 2014
Champion Shanghai Bobby will shuttle to stand the 2014 and 2015 Southern Hemisphere breeding seasons at Fazenda Mondesir near Bage, Brazil.
Trainer Wayne Catalano remained in the intensive care unit of St. Alexius Hospital in northwest suburban Chicago as of Monday, but Catalano has made steady progress recovering from a severe illness that hospitalized him on July 22.
Willet has yet to win a graded stakes, and that will be trainer Jimmy Iselin’s major goal this season for his talented New York-bred, who returns to Saratoga as the likely favorite in a statebred allowance race for fillies and mares here Wednesday.
The Travers really wasn’t on trainer Bob Baffert’s mind for his 3-year-old Bayern when he decided late last week to ship him cross-country for Sunday’s $1 million Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park. It is now.
Trainer Larry Jones has resumed galloping horses on a limited basis, and said he has recently begun hauling horses “short distances,” but he is still a long ways off from making a full recovery from a training accident in April.
Fresh off a major triumph Saturday in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, trainer John Gosden goes for another with Kingman in the Group 1 Sussex on Wednesday at Goodwood in England.
The adrenaline of winning a $1 million race, the anticipation of an upcoming Grade 1 race, and the wonder of youth all served jockey Martin Garcia quite well Sunday night into Monday.
With a better post position and a little racing luck, Bahamian Squall may well have won the 2013 Alfred G. Vanderbilt and become a Grade 1 winner. Trainer David Fawkes will give Bahamian Squall a second chance to win the six-furlong Vanderbilt on ...
The Grade 2, $750,000 West Virginia Derby, the headliner on a nine-stakes card Saturday at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort near Chester, has drawn a field of nine, including Candy Boy, who will ship in from Southern California for trainer John ...
In his continuing series on improving the sport, Jay Bergman looks at a way to revamp the system and breathe more life into our sport for fans and bettors. In the first three parts of this series, Jay looked at some of the problems the sport deals with ...