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YESTERDAY February 18, 2017
Trainer Gary Capuano is eager to see what his 3-year-old colt O Dionysus can do ​ racing around two turns after an easy score as the 4-5 favorite in Saturday’s $75,000 Miracle Wood Stakes at Laurel Park.
With the Grade 2 Fountain of Youth only two weeks away, prospective contenders were active at training venues throughout south Florida on Saturday, most notably at Gulfstream Park, where Three Rules and the Peruvian hopeful Huracan Americo both turned ...
A memorial for trainer Jerry Weaver will be held Friday at 11 a.m. Pacific at the Golden Gate Fields test barn, where Weaver would treat workers to ice cream whenever he won a race.
Highway Star, the winner of the Grade 3 Go for Wand in December, will target the $150,000 Heavenly Prize Invitational on March 4, trainer Rodrigo Ubillo said.
The bright-orange helmet cover on the rider of a Bill Mott-trained horse galloping over the Belmont Park training track Saturday morning was a dead giveaway: Junior Alvarado is back. Sort of.
Trainer Marty Wolfson and owner-breeder Happy Alter never had any doubt that Curlin’s Approval would stay two turns. The problem was finding just the right time to stretch her out. That time came Saturday, at Gulfstream Park in the Grade 2 Royal Delta, ...
El Areeb, a runaway winner of four straight races, including a pair of Grade 3 stakes at Aqueduct, the Jerome and Withers, breezed a quicker-than-it-looked half-mile at his home base of Laurel Park on Saturday in 47.80 seconds.
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Sunday’s card at Aqueduct.
Racing luck and a clean trip could be the keys as seven evenly matched runners meet in Monday's $50,000 Lost in the Fog Stakes at six furlongs at Golden Gate Fields.
Gary Sciacca remains puzzled as to why Bavaro ran so poorly in the Gander Stakes here on Jan. 28. Perhaps the 3-year-old son of Freud simply doesn't want to run around two turns. Maybe he bounced from a 101 Beyer Speed Figure earned one start prior in ...