All News

YESTERDAY April 24, 2015
When an outstanding specimen brings a high bid at auction, it normally comes with expectations of success on the racetrack. History has shown repeatedly, though, that a seven-figure price tag does not guarantee a spot in the Kentucky Derby, much less a ...
Like most stallions, Ghostzapper has found his true level, despite fluctuations in his stud fee and the wildly gyrating perceptions of breeders. He never is likely to be particularly popular as a sire of sales yearlings, since his offspring tend to be ...
Success Express, winner of the 1987 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, died at Vinery Stud in Australia at age 30.
The Kentucky Oaks has been very, very good to Larry Jones.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Sunday 4/26 card at Balmoral Park.
Santa Anita will have eight races Sunday, one fewer than usual after a slow morning of entries Thursday.
Stellar Wind, the dominant 3-year-old filly in Southern California, worked six furlongs in 1:12.80 at Santa Anita on Friday in advance of the $1 million Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs on May 1.
Shared Belief, who was pulled up in the $1.5 million Charles Town Classic in West Virginia on April 18 and later found with a hip injury, has been returned to trainer Jerry Hollendorfer’s stable at Golden Gate Fields for a brief rest.
Sunday, Social Inclusion returns to Gulfstream Park – the site of his best performance – for an optional $62,500 claiming race at a mile which serves as his first out since July.
At a glance of recent races, Moulin de Mougin would seem difficult to endorse for Sunday’s $100,000 Wilshire Stakes at a mile on turf at Santa Anita.