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YESTERDAY April 17, 2014
In the first round of the NBA playoffs, the matchup of the East’s No. 3 seed Toronto Raptors and the No. 6 seed Brooklyn Nets is the most difficult to predict.
A Todd Pletcher-trained horse has won four of the last eight editions of the Sixty Sails, and Pletcher could win it again Saturday with a little-known Brazilian import named Ana Luisa.
Trainer Marty Wolfson is back to take another shot at Saturday's $200,000 Distaff at Aqueduct, sending out the six-time listed stakes winner My Pal Chrisy against six opponents in a pretty competitive renewal of the six-furlong race for fillies and mares.
Allen Gutterman, who served as vice president of marketing for the New York Racing Association in the early 1990s, has returned to the company as a marketing consultant, NYRA officials confirmed Wednesday.
Frank Stronach’s plan to implement house rules at his tracks is the latest attempt to address animal welfare and medication abuse.
General a Rod, one of the main Kentucky Derby threats out of Florida this winter, had his first breeze since shipping to Kentucky when going five furlongs Thursday in 59.80 seconds at the Trackside training center.
Saturday, Kid Cruz will attempt to take a step toward the Preakness when he returns to Maryland to run in the $100,000 Federico Tesio Stakes at Pimlico.
DRF Plus handicapping analysis for Keeneland on Friday, April 18.
On Saturday, when Game On Dude runs in the Charles Town Classic for the third time, he will have regular shoes as he attempts to become not only a repeat winner of this lucrative race but just the 15th Thoroughbred – and the first gelding – to surpass ...
When the fields line up behind the gate for the final round of the George Morton Levy Memorial series at Yonkers Raceway on Saturday, trainer Ron Burke will likely be torn. He has four horses vying for one spot in the $567,000 final. Meanwhile, in Blue ...