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January 20, 2015
Bryan Pettigrew, the head of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association’s group-purchasing program for the past three years, has been hired as the senior vice president for marketing and sponsorship at the Breeders’ Cup, the companies said Tuesday.
The bit of recency Ivan Fallunovalot has on fellow comebacking stakes winners Brewing, Hogy, and Jake Mo in Thursday’s eighth race might give him an edge in a competitive $50,000 optional claimer at six furlongs. He is one of five stakes winners in the ...
It was one of those weekends for trainer Larry Jones. In the first race Sunday, Jan. 18, for maiden claimers, his starters ran one-two, and later on that card, 4-year-old The Sandman won his two-turn debut over first-level allowance foes by 7 3/4 ...
Monday was a memorable afternoon at Gulfstream Park for trainer Jane Cibelli – and especially her loyal backers.
On a Snowy Evening may be more than just a hunch bet in Thursday’s New York-bred allowance feature at Aqueduct.
The progress made in the five years since the founding of the Safety and Integrity Alliance of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association was spotlighted Tuesday morning during the second day of meetings at the Jockeys’ Guild annual members’ assembly ...
ARCADIA, Calif. – San Onofre zoomed through the early months of the 2013-14 Santa Anita winter-spring meeting, winning three times in less than 60 days. It seemed to be the start of an exciting 4-year-old campaign for the gelding until he was sidelined ...
In the last two weeks, Lucy’s Bob Boy has been scheduled to start twice. One race was canceled due to weather, and he missed the other because of his strong dislike of traveling by van.
A huge Saturday for 3-year-olds is on tap at Gulfstream, with fields for five stakes for sophomores having been drawn Monday.
Pleuven figures to be returning to graded stakes competition after rallying to a one-length optional-claiming win over Gulfstream Park turf on Saturday.