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YESTERDAY September 20, 2014
Pennsylvania Derby Day got off to a rough start Saturday as Res Judicata and his exercise rider, Lisa Whitaker, were injured in a morning training accident.
Del Mar will continue to offer an incentive program to owners who ship horses from out of state for the autumn meeting, which runs from Nov. 7-30.
Fashion Plate, the winner of two Grade 1 race for 3-year-old fillies at Santa Anita earlier this year, will not race before she is offered for sale in Kentucky in November, trainer Simon Callaghan said.
Masochistic, second in the Los Alamitos Mile on Sept. 6, could make his next start in the $200,000 Bold Ruler Stakes at Belmont Park on Oct. 25, trainer A.C. Avila said.
Today's pick four is a curious sequence, thanks to the presence of two maiden special weights to close out the card. They are filled with first-time starters, and multiple-race bettors must play these races blind without benefit of paddock observations ...
Unlike the past two Saturdays, when Churchill Downs shared the Kentucky racing stage with Kentucky Downs, Churchill is the only horse racing game in the state Saturday.
Jockey Ramon Vazquez won five races Friday night at Remington Park, including the $50,000 Te Ata with Lively Vision. The stakes was one of two on the card, with Alpha and Omega winning the $50,000 Tishomingo
September 19, 2014
Princess of Sylmar, a four-time Grade 1-winning filly, has been retired from racing, her connections announced via press release Friday evening.
DRF Plus graded stakes analysis for the Pennsylvania Derby from Parx.
Keeneland held the solitary Book 5 session of its September yearling auction on Friday, and the session ended with sizable gains in gross, median, and average as measured against the corresponding session last year.