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YESTERDAY November 25, 2014
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance has awarded accreditation to 19 equine aftercare organizations, bringing the total number of accredited organizations to 42, with more than 120 facilities throughout North America.
Still seeking her first graded stakes victory, the ultra-consistent 6-year-old New York-bred mare Willet will start in the Grade 3, $300,000 Go for Wand Handicap for a third consecutive year when that one-turn, one-mile race is run here Friday.
Trainer Jose Garoffalo said Tuesday that Wildcat Red’s 3-year-old campaign is over. The son of D’wildcat concludes his season with three wins in 10 starts and earnings of nearly $850,000.
A field of nine 3-year-olds and up has been entered for a well-matched renewal of the Grade 1, $500,000 Clark Handicap, to be run Friday for the 141st time at Churchill Downs.
Trainer Marty Wolfson said he has decided to bypass Saturday’s Cigar Mile at Aqueduct with his once-beaten Atreides after not being able to line up a suitable rider for the race.
Though it has been more than two years since Secret Circle has raced beyond six furlongs, Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert doesn’t believe distance will be an issue when the 5-year-old horse runs in Saturday’s Grade 1 Cigar Mile at Aqueduct.
The times keep changing, but the names remain the same. Delaunay and Gantry, Gantry and Delaunay. Gantry won the Thanksgiving Handicap in 2011, Delaunay won it in 2012, Gantry captured the 2013 edition, and the two are part of the field Thursday for ...
It might be best to wait until as late as possible to handicap Thursday’s Grade 3, $300,000 Fall Highweight Handicap, the annual Thanksgiving Day feature at Aqueduct.
In most years, the 3-year-old fillies Gender Agenda and Sheza Smoke Show would be unlikely to run in Sunday’s $300,000 Matriarch Stakes at Del Mar. Their credentials would not match those of the competition for a Grade 1 race that often has drawn top ...
California Chrome was feeling so sharp Tuesday at Del Mar that instead of a scheduled jog, trainer Art Sherman had him gallop.