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YESTERDAY March 26, 2015
The best dirt sprinters in the world are American dirt sprinters, and now that Meydan Racecouse has switched from synthetic to dirt, there’s every reason to envision another era of American dominance starting with Saturday’s $2 million Golden Shaheen.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Saturday 3/28 card at Balmoral Park.
Garnet Barnsdale's analysis of the Saturday 3/28 card at Woodbine Harness.
A racing-industry organization that issues recommendations on medication policy has approved a proposal that would set two threshold levels for cobalt, a first step in what is likely to be the widespread adoption of cobalt regulations later this year ...
International Star is a half-sibling to two stakes winners, both of whom had their greatest success at sprint distances. This son of 2000 Kentucky Derby winner Fusaichi Pegasus has already appeared to outrun those suggested distance limitations while ...
It’s off to bed early Friday night. Big day of racing on Saturday, and if DRF’s Marcus Hersh and TVG’s Simon Bray can stir themselves from their five-star digs nearly every morning this week to watch California Chrome come out in the dark, then the ...
Juveniles offered at the Barretts May Sale of 2-year-olds in-training at Del Mar on May 28 will be subject to pre-sale testing as part of a pilot program between the sale company and the California Horse Racing Board.
Saturday, Coffee Clique returns from a 9 1/2-month layoff in the Grade 2 Honey Fox Stakes, kicking off what her connections hopes is another successful season. The Honey Fox is for fillies and mares going a mile on the turf.
A glimpse at the past performances reveals something interesting about the 6-year-old gelding Main Sequence. He never loses anymore.
All week here in Dubai the racing cognoscenti have chattered about the softness of this year’s $6 million Dubai Turf, which says something about how strong the race has been in recent years.