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YESTERDAY October 12, 2015
Trainer David Fawkes said Sheer Drama will have her final work for the Breeders’ Cup Distaff on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at Gulfstream Park West.
Gulfstream management has hit a home run with its innovative rolling super high five wager that began on opening day of the Gulfstream Park West meeting.
The three fillies trainer Jerry Hollendorfer started Sept. 5 in the Grade 1 Del Mar Debutante all won stakes at the Santa Anita autumn meeting. They may have greater success on the regional and national scene in the coming weeks.
Tyler Gaffalione wasted little time proving he doesn’t need a five-pound allowance to continue winning races at a prolific clip.
Matt Rose's analysis of the Tuesday Afternoon 10/13 card at Yonkers Raceway.
You’d think a horse coming off a two-length triumph in a $600,000 race would be an overwhelming favorite running back for a fraction of that amount – but hold that thought. The twisted economics of Kentucky racing must be taken into account.
At first glance, the Wednesday card at Gulfstream Park West appears to be just another typically mundane, midweek card, but it has yielded one hidden pearl among the 10 maiden- and claiming-type races on the program. A seemingly innocent-looking ...
A consultation with attending veterinarian Robert Hunt was planned for early this week to determine whether Ageless can resume training soon enough to make the Oct. 31 Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint, trainer Arnaud Delacour said Monday.
Salama didn’t win her North American debut Saturday, but trainer Charlie LoPresti was pleased nonetheless with how the 3-year-old filly performed when closing stoutly to be second behind Lavender Chrissie in a 1 1/8-mile optional claimer at Keeneland.
Noted racing surface specialist Mick Peterson was scheduled to return to Keeneland Race Course early this week to reassess the safety of the main track in the wake of four fatal equine breakdowns during the meet as the Breeders’ Cup approaches.