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TODAY November 30, 2015
Besides the stakes run at Churchill this weekend, there were some notable performances in overnight races, including three winners that helped Steve Asmussen extend his own record for the most training titles at the Louisville track.
As always, racing fans can hold onto some indelible memories from the final week of the fall meet as stables begin leaving Churchill Downs for the winter. A flurry of notable events took place here during the last few days of action, including ...
Commissioner ended his career Saturday with a 2 ½-length win in the Hawthorne Gold Cup, and the next day was shipped directly to WinStar Farm in Kentucky to begin a stud career, but for the winners of the two undercard stakes Saturday at Hawthorne, ...
Del Mar's second fall season since the closure of Hollywood Park was, as track president Joe Harper said Sunday night after the meet ended, “a tale of two meets.”
After making his three prior starts on turf, AIROFORCE switched to the dirt for this race. Airoforce – a son of Colonel John - appears, quite simply, to be a good horse, capable on turf as well as, at the least, sloppy dirt.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Wednesday 12/2 card at Northfield Park.
Betfair, the British-based owner of Television Games Network, has been granted a conditional license by New Jersey regulators to launch the first exchange-wagering platform in the U.S.
If all feature races are as contentious as Wednesday's eighth race, a second-level optional claimer, it will be a palatable winter for horseplayers at Aqueduct.
Matt Rose's analysis of the Tuesday Afternoon 12/1 card at Yonkers Raceway.