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TODAY June 29, 2016
Hall of Fame trainer Steve Asmussen has long expressed admiration for Hall of Fame trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, and it's the Hollendorfer-trained All Star Bub the Asmussen-trained Super Majesty probably has to beat in the $100,000 Iowa Distaff on Friday ...
Bob Baffert already has won the Iowa Derby three times, more than any trainer, and American Freedom figures to be heavily favored to give Baffert his fourth win in the race Friday night at Prairie Meadows.
Los Alamitos has scheduled five stakes for its 12-day Los Angeles County Fair meeting, which runs from Sept. 8-25, led by the $200,000 Los Alamitos Derby on Sept. 24.
Danzing Candy, who finished 15th in the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 7, is scheduled to have his first start for trainer Bob Baffert in Saturday's $100,000 Affirmed Stakes for 3-year-olds.
Installation of new sod on the oval portion of the turf course at Santa Anita was scheduled to be completed Wednesday, June 29, a track official said.
Modern will try to win his fourth straight stakes at the meet when he runs in the $75,000 Lieutenant Governors' at Hastings on Friday. The 1 1/16-mile race for 3-year-olds and up drew 11 horses and is the gem of the four stakes on the holiday card.
The Jockey Club held its seventh Welfare and Safety of the Racehorse Summit at Keeneland on Tuesday, and once again it offered some sound advice for trainers, some good information for owners and breeders, plus statistics on how racing is safer today ...
Is Stanz in Command just a late-running sprinter, or is he going to be one of the major players in the Grade 3, $150,000 British Columbia Derby on Sept. 10? We should find out when he runs in the $50,000 Chris Loseth Handicap at Hastings on Friday. The ...
Paco Lopez had a huge week at Monmouth Park, winning with 13 of his 26 mounts, and was voted Jockey of the Week by the Jockeys’ Guild.
Average daily handle was up at this year’s Pimlico meet, which consisted of 28 racing days, nine fewer than in 2015.