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TODAY August 27, 2015
"Bittersweet," trainer Elizabeth Voss said as she stood in the Saratoga winner's circle watching her Bob Le Beau take his victory lap after winning the New York Turf Writers Cup, a Grade 1, $150,000 steeplechase.
Three horses in Grade 1 events leading up to the Travers Stakes on Saturday’s card at Saratoga caught my eye.
After two decades, the return of Yonkers Raceway’s International Trot is within sight, thus it makes perfect sense that the field of world-class participants is beginning to take shape.
Early speed could prove the difference in the 38th running of the Grade 3, $100,000 Violet Stakes, the 11th of 12 races on the Saturday card at Monmouth Park.
Meadow Skipper, The Untold Story, written by equine professionals Victoria M. Howard and DRF freelance writer Bob Marks, has been pre-released.
The purse of the Grade 1 Sword Dancer at Saratoga on Saturday was doubled to $1 million this year, and the extra green played a role in luring the grass race’s undisputed star, Flintshire.
The Big Beast will jump out of the frying pan and into the fire Saturday at Saratoga, coming off a heartbreaking setback at the hands of the red-hot Rock Fall in the Grade 1 Vanderbilt to meet Private Zone and 10 other top sprinters in the $700,000 ...
There is an unprecedented achievement that American Pharoah can attain Saturday if he wins the Travers at Saratoga: He would become the first horse ever to win the Derby, Preakness, Belmont, Haskell, and Travers, the five most prestigious 3-year-old ...
Catch a Flight, second or third in three Grade 1 races in Southern California this year, could have an international campaign this fall.
Appealing Tale may be on his way to New York to prep for the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile at Keeneland on Oct. 30.