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November 09, 2017
A stallion share of Muscle Hill was sold to Norwegian interests for $180,000 to lead the prices during Thursday's mixed session at the Standardbred Horse Sale in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Breeders' Cup has put off issuing payments in the live-money handicapping tournament it held last week in conjunction with its two-day event as it performs an internal investigation of the strategies used by several of the players who earned prize ...
Bolt D'Oro's winning Beyer Speed Figure in the FrontRunner Stakes at Santa Anita has been adjusted from 100 to 103, the highest number earned by a 2-year-old this year.
Battle of Midway, winner of the 2017 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, has been retired from racing, and will stand the 2018 breeding season at WinStar Farm in Versailles, Ky. for an advertised fee of $20,000.
Trainer Chris Ryder has had a solid year in the male 2-year-old pacing ranks. His This Is The Plan drew post three in Thursday’s $211,300 Matron Stakes at Dover Downs and the trainer is optimistic about his chances.
It's fitting that on Ben's Cat Day at Laurel Park another regional racing star, Page McKenney, starts in the $100,000 Richard W. Small Stakes.
Two Larry Rivelli-trained fillies figure to be the shortest prices Saturday in the $75,000 Showtime Deb Stakes for Illinois-bred 2-year-old females.
Kowboy Karma will be favored to beat five foes in the James F. Lewis, while Take Charge Paula headlines a full field in the Smart Halo Stakes at Laurel on Saturday.
Hotstepper could go favored in the richest race in Texas on Saturday night when he breaks from post 9 in the Grade 1, $873,616 Texas Classic Futurity at Lone Star Park.
Among the stakes races on dirt across the country on Saturday, one of the most appealing is the Richard Small from Laurel. It drew 12 runners, with contention deep among the major players.