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TODAY July 01, 2016
Giant Gizmo has arguably the fastest-growing résumé among Canada's stallion ranks, and could give it another high point on Sunday if morning-line favorite Amis Gizmo runs up to expectations in the Queen's Plate.
When jockey Denis Araujo arrived at Hastings this spring he was shocked to learn the agent who arranged for him to come to Vancouver from Uruguay had dropped him. “I didn't know anybody in Vancouver and my agent, Wayne Snow, told me he couldn't take me ...
A field of eight California-bred 2-year-olds should provide an interesting betting race in Sunday's Everett Nevin Stakes at Oak Tree at Pleasanton, and, since none of the horses has raced more than once, there's no telling what potential stars are in ...
Chad Brown has entered three runners in Sunday's 1 3/8-mile United Nations, all of whom could have a say in the outcome, including Wake Forest, who is the likely U.N. favorite.
Through more than 40 years of my life following as a fan and covering this sport, it’s impossible to find another spectacle equal to this year’s $500,000 Ben Franklin on Saturday night.
Queen's Plate favorite Amis Gizmo, who has won five of six career starts, is looking to land a major victory this weekend for young stallion Giant Gizmo.
Plunking down a large sum of money to purchase a horse doesn’t necessarily guarantee a return on investment. In the case of Homicide Hunter, one of eight starters in Saturday’s $180,000 Cleveland Trotting Classic at Northfield Park, it has been slow ...
The highly regarded Conquest Enforcer bypassed the Queen's Plate with the notion that he's an exceptional turf miler, and will get to strut his stuff against a solid group of 3-year-olds in Sunday's $100,000 Charlie Barley Stakes at Woodbine.
Just when it looked like 2014 Canadian Horse of the Year Lexie Lou was past her prime, she jumped up and won the Grade 2 Nassau at 12-1. Following a foray to New York, she's back in action at Woodbine on Sunday in the $200,000 Dance Smartly Stakes on ...
The brilliant turf sprinter Lady Shipman will take on four geldings and two colts Sunday at Woodbine in the Grade 2 $200,000 Highlander Stakes.