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November 17, 2017
Diversify and Hoppertunity have been confirmed as starters for the Clark Handicap, giving the Grade 1 race an East vs. West component to mix in with a solid cast of locals.
After staying competitive with last year’s edition of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale through the first five books, Book 6 of the current renewal indicated a softness in the bottom of the market, posting sharp declines across the board ...
Top of the Game, who returned from an eight-month layoff to score a runaway vicory in the Comma to the Top Stakes last month over Hoppertunity, heads the likely field for the Grade 3, $100,000 Native Diver Stakes on Nov. 25.
So many trainers are eager to run 2-year-olds on the grass at Del Mar that both graded turf stakes for juveniles during the final week of the meet should have bulky fields.
Stormy Liberal worked a half-mile turning to the right, going clockwise, opposite of how races are run here, but in preparation for what is next for him: a trip to Hong Kong for a 1,200-meter (about six-furlong) race at Sha Tin, where the one turn is ...
Stanley Ersoff, an owner, breeder and former president of the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders' and Owners Association, died earlier this week at the age of 81.
Dynamo and Senalero, a Panama-based duo in town for the Caribbean Classic card at Gulfstream Park on Dec. 9, breezed over the Florida track Friday for the first time.
Grade 1 winner El Deal has been retired from racing, with future stud plans to be determined.
Cake Pop defends his home state against the stakes-tested Petrov and Uncontested in the $200,000 Steel Valley Sprint, as Mahoning Valley in Ohio cards the biggest program of its meet Monday.
A trouble-free trip in the Cary Grant could be enough to land Edwards Going Left his first stakes win.