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YESTERDAY October 24, 2014
Fans across the country were treated to another epic battle between older pacing wonders Foiled Again and Clear Vision in the $122,000 Dayton Pacing Derby, the co-feature along with the $160,000 Trotting Derby on Friday night at Dayton Raceway.
The team of driver Matt Kakaley and trainer Ron Burke dominated in Circle City action at Hoosier Park on Friday night. The dynamic duo scored three stake wins together including victories by top national players JK Endofanera and Limelight Beach.
Fair Grounds, acceding to a directive from the Louisiana Racing Commission, has restored the originally scheduled purse structure for the upcoming 2014-15 race meet.
After 100 years of sustained success as a stallion station, perhaps we should never be surprised by the success of a sire standing at Claiborne Farm. Since Celt led the American sire list in 1921, 10 different Claiborne stallions have topped the sire ...
J. Kirk and Judy Robison are standing at the threshold of what could be an unforgettable week for their breeding and racing operations. The couple has five homebreds in four stakes on the $2 million New Mexico Classic Cup card at Zia Park on Sunday, ...
WinStar Farm has acquired a half-interest in Grade 1 winner Daredevil, in partnership with owner Let’s Go Stable.
Saturday’s Grade 3 Bold Ruler Handicap should play similarly to a third-level allowance on closing weekend at Saratoga, when odds-on River Rocks led throughout, with second choice Salutos Amigos chasing him around the track.
A federal judge has once again stepped between New Jersey and its plan to let state racetracks and casinos offer sports betting.
As of Friday, there were still 44 possible Breeders’ Cup starters stabled in New York, and Mother Nature was wreaking havoc with the work schedules for many of them.
Gulfstream Park West should take down a good share of the nation’s simulcast dollars on Monday as there are only four other tracks running during the day, and two of them are out West.