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TODAY April 29, 2016
Trainer Joel Marr will attack the $150,000 Sunland Park Handicap on Sunday with a true 1 1/8-mile horse in Ol Winedrinker Who and a sharp runner out to prove himself at the trip in Super Accord.
Just five weeks after a seventh-place finish in the Grade 1 Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai, Lady Shipman is back to the races and back against her own gender in Sunday's $100,000 License Fee Stakes at Belmont Park.
Frosted, fifth in the Dubai World Cup in March, will likely return to the work tab next week at Saratoga, and he could make his next start in the Grade 1, $1.25 million Metropolitan Handicap, trainer Kiaran McLaughlin said.
Joe Bravo, Javier Castellano, Aaron Gryder, Mario Pino, and Cornelio Velasquez are the five nominees for this year's Mike Venezia Award, created in 1989 by the New York Racing Association to honor the jockey who displays extraordinary sportsmanship and ...
Following surgery and a recuperative period, Ironicus will look to make a new charge to the upper echelon of the turf division when he kicks off his 5-year-old campaign in next Saturday's Grade 3, $150,000 Fort Marcy Stakes at Belmont Park.
Foreign-bred fillies and mares who have made a total of four starts in the U.S. will make up the bulk of the field for next Saturday's Grade 2, $200,000 Sheepshead Bay Stakes at Belmont Park.
It was a good two days at Gulfstream Park for Edwin Broome, who won the Wednesday feature with Posse Dreamin, a horse he bred, owns, and trains, and came right back to win the Thursday feature with Posse Dreamin's full sister Brandy's Girl.
Caren was dominant against restricted company as a 2-year old in 2015, and will make her local 3-year old debut in Sunday's $125,000 Lady Angela Stakes at Woodbine.
Trainer Len Kasmerski and owner Roz Barclay have won with half of their 10 starters at the current Emerald Downs meet. They have a good chance of improving their already impressive record when they run Queen's Rush in a $25,000 claiming race that will ...
Sabado Alegre will try to win for the first time in North America when he runs in a second level allowance race that carries a $50,000 claiming option at Hastings Sunday.