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TODAY December 22, 2014
There has been a resolution to the workmens’ compensation insurance issue that threatened to shut down racing in New York on Jan. 1.
Few days in American racing are as highly anticipated as opening day at Santa Anita on Dec. 26. The track may have only concluded its autumn meeting on Nov. 2, but the day after Christmas is one celebrated by racing fans.
One was a Grade 1 winner on turf. Two ran in the Kentucky Derby. Another won the same stakes three times. The new stallions in California for the 2015 breeding season are an eclectic mix of horses with lengthy racing careers and lightly raced runners. ...
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Tuesday 12/23 card at Northfield Park.
Quirky, a filly who was a minor stakes winner in July, gave Los Alamitos track owner Ed Allred his second major stakes win in consecutive weekends in the $145,850 Southern California Derby for Quarter Horses on Sunday.
Bob Pandolfo's Sharp Horses and Track Trends report featuring horses from Balmoral, Dover, Northfield and others.
Horses to watch from Monticello Raceway.
One season after California Chrome emerged from the winter preps at Santa Anita to capture both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, it appears the current crop of locally based runners for the 2015 Kentucky Derby is both strong and deep.
The prior connections of Taris parlayed a runaway victory in the Raven Run at Keeneland on Oct. 18 into a $2.35 million payday two weeks later when she was sold at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November mixed sale. The new connections of Taris are hoping ...
Friday, Long On Value is back at Santa Anita for the $200,000 Mathis Brothers Mile, far from Mott’s wintertime stable in south Florida. Long On Value figures to be a leading contender in a competitive field.