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YESTERDAY October 23, 2014
Effinex, the winner of the Empire Classic Handicap for New York-breds last Saturday, could be headed to a graded stakes for his next start, according to Russell Cohen, who manages her mother’s Tri-Bone Stable.
Teen Pauline, a winner of three stakes to begin the year, makes her return from a seven-month layoff in Sunday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Turnback the Alarm Stakes, the closing-day feature at Belmont Park.
Longines, the Swiss luxury watchmaker that has long bought advertising on U.S. racing broadcasts, will be the title sponsor of this year’s Breeders’ Cup Turf and Breeders’ Cup Distaff under a sponsorship agreement the company signed this week, the ...
Choctaw Chuck’s odds figure to do a complete reversal Saturday when he runs in the $90,000 Gin Rummy Champ at Gulfstream Park West. He could start as the first or second choice one race after taking on the high-class No Nay Never as a 36-1 longshot in ...
Imperative will be a longshot in the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic on Nov. 1 at Santa Anita, but his profile was raised exponentially on Thursday when trainer George Papaprodromou said he had secured Frankie Dettori, the multiple British riding ...
ThistleDown heads into the final month of its 2014 season with the $50,000 Diana on Saturday for Ohio-bred fillies and mares. A field of nine was entered for the first running of the six-furlong race.
Trainer David Fawkes continues to pace like an expectant father while awaiting news as to whether his Bahamian Squall might ultimately draw into the starting lineup for the Breeders’ Cup Sprint.
It was another perfect morning Thursday for training at Santa Anita, but the action was limited when it came to Breeders’ Cup workers. Only Classic contender Imperative and stablemate Mr. Sexy (on the outside looking in for the Sprint and Turf Sprint) ...
Though he lost, River Rocks confirmed himself as a legitimate graded stakes horse in last month’s Grade 2 Kelso Handicap here. On Saturday, he’ll get a chance to validate that statement when he heads a seven-horse field entered in the Grade 3, $200,000 ...
Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens will make his comeback from a summertime knee operation in time for the Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita next weekend. Stevens has been booked to ride Sivoliere in the $1 million BC Juvenile Fillies Turf over a mile on Oct. ...