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YESTERDAY January 28, 2015
After Good Luck Gus won the Damon Runyon Stakes for New York-breds on Dec. 14, part-owner Michael Dubb said he would like to give the colt a chance in an open-company stakes for 3-year-olds early in 2015.
Belle Gallantey, a dual Grade 1 winner in 2014, could decide her own future based on how she runs in Saturday’s $100,000 Ladies Handicap at Aqueduct.
Bayern, Toast of New York, California Chrome, and Shared Belief - the first four finishers of the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Santa Anita on Nov. 1 - are among 296 horses from 15 countries nominated for the $10 million Dubai World Cup at Meydan Racecourse ...
Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin is changing paths to jump-start Mawthooq’s return to the Triple Crown trail.
Trainer Brad Cox is hoping for a better start for Prosecution in Friday’s eighth race at Oaklawn than the horse had in his most recent out.
The Gomper has one win in two starts and runs in a first-level optional $80,000 claimer at a mile at Santa Anita on Friday, a race that could lead to major stakes in coming months.
Let’s hope the San Antonio Staks at Santa Anita is a race where both California Chrome and Shared Belief get clean trips and hook up in the stretch, the outcome clear and convincing. And let’s hope this is the first of several meetings this year, with ...
Nearly a month into his retirement, Manny Tortora already is pretty bored. But at least he still has some of the earnings for which he worked his entire adult life in the racing business.
Grade 1 winner Hoppertunity, who is stabled on the West Coast with trainer Bob Baffert, may ship to Gulfstream Park for the Feb. 7 Donn Handicap.
Never Stop Looking was up late at 24-1 to win the six-furlong Fire Plug Stakes by a neck at Laurel Park on Jan. 3. Cutty Shark finished third at 6-1, beaten a half-length. On Friday, the pair will be rematched going an eighth of a mile farther.