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TODAY July 30, 2014
Trainer Justin Nixon said Wednesday that Prince of Wales Stakes winner Coltimus Prime is unlikely to start in the final leg of the Canadian Triple Crown, the $500,000 Breeders’ Stakes on grass at Woodbine on Aug. 17.
Gold Appointment, who has been scratched from the West Virginia Derby, was en route to Louisiana Downs on Wednesday to be part of the field for the $100,000 Prelude.
Having already established himself as the best 3-year-old miler in Europe, Kingman staked his claim Wednesday to being the best European miler, period, defeating high-class 4-year-old Toronado by one length at Goodwood in the Group 1 Sussex Stakes.
Lovethewayyoulie will vie for favoritism in the John Deere New Mexico Juvenile Challenge Futurity on Saturday at Ruidoso Downs.
Zivo, upset winner of the Grade 2 Suburban last out, was kept out of Saturday’s Grade 1 Whitney and will point to the Grade 1 Woodward on Aug. 30.
Trainer Chad Brown will bring back Grade 1 winners Big Blue Kitten and Dayatthespa in overnight stakes on Saturday’s card.
In certain types of harness races, horses break stride more often. From my observations, I’d say that 2-year-old filly trotting races, and rookie trotting events in general, probably produce the most breakers. Interestingly, the average percentage of ...
Fiftyshadesofhay has won four stakes in her career, all on dirt, and has not raced on the Del Mar Polytrack since she finished fourth in her debut in September 2012. So trainer Bob Baffert isn’t sure what to expect from her in Saturday’s $300,000 ...
In the Grade 1, $350,000 Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap, Chad Brown will send out the lightly raced Bakken in search of his first stakes victory against seven rivals, including the in-form sprinter Happy My Way.
Todd Pletcher entered two fillies for Saturday’s Grade 1, $500,000 Test Stakes for 3-year-old fillies, but they weren’t necessarily the two that many expected.