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September 13, 2017
By the Moon and Highway Star, separated by a head in the Grade 1 Ballerina at Saratoga, could meet again in the Grade 2 Gallant Bloom Handicap at Belmont Park on Sept. 24.
Trainer Jimmy Toner has eschewed the conservative approach he was going to take with Defiant Honor and has decided to run her in Saturday's Grade 2, $400,000 Sands Point Stakes.
Tapwrit, the Belmont Stakes winner, came out of his fourth-place finish in the Travers Stakes with an injured right front foot that will sideline him for the immediate future.
Trainer Jorge Navarro was going to enter several horses in the Grade 3, $250,000 Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash on Saturday at Laurel Park but did not after officials from The Stronach Group, which owns the track, decided he would not be allowed to ...
La Force, who has failed to live up to expectations on turf since arriving from Europe last year, will start on dirt for the first time Friday in a one-mile optional claimer at Los Alamitos.
Brad Free's horses to watch at Los Alamitos for the week of Sept. 13.
The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has filed a notice of appeal with the Franklin Circuit Court to challenge a recent ruling involving the trainer Graham Motion that raised issues with the state's absolute-insurer rule.
A funeral will be held Thursday for Woodbine outrider and exercise rider Darren Fortune, who died in a training accident last Friday at age 43.
Group 1 or Grade 1, the bar is set at 25. That's the number posted by Bobby Frankel in 2003, and it has stood through 13 years of assault by not only Aidan O'Brien, who is approaching the record this year with 17 thus far, but also Todd Pletcher, Bob ...
Four years ago, it was raw and unshaped. Now, the September meet at Churchill Downs has found a rhythm and purpose as a meet of intrigue and importance.