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April 11, 2014
Last weekend was a memorable one for septuagenarian trainers based at Los Alamitos.
On April 5, Art Sherman, 77, sent California Chrome across town and watched the colt win his fourth consecutive stakes in the $1 million Santa Anita Derby. On Sunday, ...
Churchill Downs will raise its takeout rates this spring to the maximum allowed by Kentucky law, officials confirmed Friday, a decision that will lower payouts on the track’s races by almost 16 percent in many cases.
Shared Belief, the champion 2-year-old male of 2014, is scheduled to have his first workout since January at Golden Gate Fields on Tuesday, trainer Jerry Hollendorfer said on Friday.
Ron Gierkink provides insight into the card at Woodbine for Saturday, April 12.
DRF Plus closer looks for Aqueduct on Saturday, April 12.
Most would agree that Delegation is the best horse in Sunday’s $125,000 Jacques Cartier Stakes at Woodbine, but is he vulnerable in the six-furlong dash for older runners?
The notable exclusion of the Illinois Derby last year from Churchill Downs’s points-based qualifying system for the 20 starting slots in the Kentucky Derby dealt a big blow to Hawthorne Race Course, but it might not be such a calamity after all.
Hall of Fame jockey Edgar Prado is expected to be sidelined at least 30 days after fracturing his neck in a Thursday morning training accident at Keeneland.
Solar Charge, second to Triumph and Song three times at Sam Houston early this year, got the better of his winter nemesis Thursday in the opening-night $50,000 Premiere Stakes at Lone Star Park.
California stakes horses are on the road, after scoring big-figure front-running wins at Santa Anita. When they race over different surfaces at Oaklawn Park, Charles Town and Churchill Downs, they may not have another speed-friendly profile in their ...