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YESTERDAY May 04, 2016
There is an 80-percent chance of rain Friday in New York, a forecast that may bode well for King Kranz but not so for Awesome Gent when those two meet in the $100,000 Gold Fever Stakes going six furlongs at Belmont Park.
R Limo Joe looked like a shadow of his former self in his April 16 comeback from a long layoff, and it will be interesting to see how bettors treat the third-time starter in the seventh race on Friday's 10-race Kentucky Oaks Day card at Gulfstream Park.
Nyquist hit the track shortly after 7 a.m. and had a busy morning on Wednesday, jogging, visiting the paddock, and schooling in the starting gate under the watchful eye of his trainer, Doug O'Neill, before heading back to his stall in Barn 41.
Blue Tone ships in to Lone Star Park for Friday night's Texas Mile, where he will face nine others, including graded winners Jessica's Star, Shotgun Kowboy, and Carve.
Horses to watch from Mohawk Racetrack.
Arlington got more simulcast-handle revenue the first four months this year than it did in 2015, and it's using that money to raise purses well over 2015's historically low levels for the 74-day meet that begins Friday.
Churchill Downs has not authorized Television Games Network to broadcast the track’s races live on its flagship network or on TVG’s website for this year’s spring meet, an official for TVG said on Wednesday.
How Ohio runs in the Grade 3 American Stakes on Friday will tell trainer Paulo Lobo whether the 5-year-old Brazilian-bred deserves to stay in graded stakes through the Santa Anita spring-summer meeting.
Lil Allie Dancer is unbeaten around two turns and she will get back to that configuration Friday night in the $75,000 Equine Sales Oaks at Evangeline Downs.
Though Rachel's Valentina was born to run in the Kentucky Oaks, her connections claim it wasn't always their plan to be in the race.