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September 12, 2014
Rebranded, who in his last two starts has won a pair of small derbies by a combined margin of 25 1/4 lengths, could run next in the Grade 3, $400,000 Oklahoma Derby on Sept. 28 at Remington Park, said his trainer, Justin Evans.
Victory Nor Defeat, a promising son of Unbridled’s Song who finished third in the Grade 2 Super Derby last weekend at Louisiana Downs, is being considered for a start in the Indiana Derby, said his trainer, Ralph Nicks. The Grade 2, $500,000 race will ...
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Sunday 9/14 card at Balmoral Park.
Kentucky chief steward Barbara Borden said a stewards’ investigation involving Southern California-based trainer A.C. Avila has been closed after Avila recently paid a $750 fine for falsifying information on his trainer’s application.
Disruption, who finished ninth in the Grade 3 Longacres Mile in his last start, will be shipped to California this coming week and will make his next start at Santa Anita, trainer Monique Snowden said Friday.
Treve, unbeatable last year at age 3 but winless in two starts this year, will try to position herself for a defense of her Prix de l’Arc d’Triomphe crown when she starts Sunday at Longchamp in the Group 1 Prix Vermeille.
If all goes according to trainer Dan Markle’s plan, Old Fashioned Grit will jump from a hot pan into a roaring fire when he makes his second lifetime start in the $65,000 Gottstein Futurity on Sept. 28 at Emerald Downs.
Two men have been fined $1,250 apiece for their roles in a voided $5,000 claim that occurred following a race last weekend at Churchill Downs.
Effie Trinket will look to win her first race of 2014 while seeking a repeat victory in the $125,000 John Hettinger Stakes for New York-bred fillies and mares Sunday at Belmont Park.
Stormin Elle, an Illinois-bred chestnut, has come around nicely this year for Wayne Catalano, dominating a two-back turf allowance at Arlington before acquitting herself nicely at Saratoga last out. The trainer shows standout percentages in all the ...