All News

YESTERDAY November 30, 2015
Matt Rose's analysis of the Tuesday Afternoon 12/1 card at Yonkers Raceway.
The mass exodus of this circuit's top horses and horsemen was well under way Sunday and Monday as planes, vans, and automobiles were being loaded and directed south for the winter. The good news is many of those same horses – and horsemen – will be ...
Mohaymen, winner of Saturday's Grade 2 Remsen at Aqueduct, was flown Sunday to south Florida and likely will target the Grade 2, $350,000 Holy Bull Stakes at Gulfstream Park on Jan. 30 for his 3-year-old debut, said trainer Kiaran McLaughlin.
It's no surprise two-time Eclipse Award winner Javier Castellano leads all jockeys in North America in wins this year, but how many racing fans could readily name the guy who ranks second? The jockey in question is Antonio Gallardo, who has dominated ...
Sometimes when you look out at the racing world today you can forget what the past looked like. Big stables, big breeding farms, rich owners and fast horses tend to have much in common. Winning is for those with big dreams but bigger pocketbooks.
Bob Pandolfo's Sharp Horses and Track Trends report featuring horses from Northfield, Meadows, Yonkers and others.
Horses to watch from Monticello Raceway.
Reigning leading sire Tapit, who stands at Gainesway Farm in Lexington, Ky., has broken his own single-season progeny earnings record for a North American stallion.
The mutuel field, the No. 24 or “all others” option, closed Sunday as the favorite in Pool 1 of the Kentucky Derby Future Wager and in the Sire futures offered for the first time this year by Churchill Downs.
Trip Notes for November 27-29: Cigar Mile, Seabiscuit, Remsen, Hollywood Derby, and more by Michael Hammersly.