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July 24, 2015
Robert “Bobby” W. Hall was 85 when he died peacefully at his home at Emerald Acres in Aldergrove with his daughter Sandra Loseth by his side Wednesday morning. Hall will forever be linked to an historic moment in horse racing in North America.
With Kentucky Oaks winner Lovely Maria stubbing her toe in the Delaware Oaks, and Lady Eli sidelined due to laminitis, the door is ajar for someone in the 3-year-old filly division to work her way toward the top. Perhaps one of the eight fillies ...
The $150,000 California Dreamin’ Handicap at Del Mar on Sunday is custom-made for Rock Me Baby’s summer campaign.
Gimme Da Lute, a winner of graded stakes for 3-year-olds at Santa Anita and Los Alamitos in recent starts, will revert to the California-bred division for his next start.
There were just 53 horses entered on Sunday’s eight-race card, and since Arlington expanded its racing week from three to four days in July, the struggle to fill races with a diminished equine population at a track with purses barely competitive in the ...
Beholder, the two-time champion, will be part of a field of about six or seven fillies and mares in the $300,000 Clement L. Hirsch Stakes at Del Mar on Aug. 1.
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Any lingering doubts trainer Todd Pletcher might have had about whether Daredevil would like the grass were erased on Friday morning when the Grade 1 winner turned in a sparkling half-mile drill with jockey Javier Castellano aboard over the Oklahoma ...
With a four-win Thursday – half the eight-race card – jockey Jose Valdivia Jr. moved to within three victories, 44-41, of leading rider Mitchell Murrill at the Arlington meet.
Unbeaten in three 2015 starts, Masochistic won graded stakes in April and June at Santa Anita in consecutive starts to become the leader of the California sprint division. Those wins will make Masochistic a heavy favorite to win Sunday’s $300,000 Bing ...