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TODAY November 27, 2014
Brad Free's horses to watch at Del Mar for the week of Thursday, Nov. 27.
There are 118 2-year-olds entered to compete in Saturday’s Juvenile Showcase program at Gulfstream Park West, the most promising of which appears to be Mr. Jordan, who’ll put his unblemished record on the line against nine rivals in the afternoon’s ...
Throughout the first part of the year, trainer Art Sherman would often muse that as good as California Chrome was performing on dirt, he’d love one day to get him on the turf.
That day has come.
When you analyze what each of the top contenders in Saturday’s Grade 1 Cigar Mile does best, it becomes apparent that few of them have excelled at the one-turn-mile configuration of the race.
Trainer John Casey and owner Kristy Petty hold a strong hand in the $50,000 West Virginia Futurity at Charles Town on Saturday night.
The Saturday evening card at Penn National features three stakes, topped by the $200,000 Fabulous Strike Handicap at six furlongs. These races were originally scheduled for last Wednesday but had to be canceled due to a winter storm, and the entire ...
Jerry Hollendorfer is making it as hard here on handicappers as he is on his fellow trainers Saturday in the $50,000-added Golden Gate Debutante at Golden Gate Fields.
The $50,000 Hollywood Gaming Mahoning Sprint on Saturday is the first stakes at the new Mahoning Valley Race Course and the first open stakes for older horses in many years in Ohio.
With his wins over Del Mar’s Polytrack during the summer, Blue Tone looked like a horse who was headed for graded stakes company. He disappointed in his most recent start, when racing on dirt at Santa Anita, but back on Polytrack, he seeks that elusive ...
It’s easy to get carried away with this boy vs. girl deal at Del Mar on Saturday, when California Chrome meets Lexie Lou in the $300,000 Hollywood Derby.