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December 10, 2014
Whether on Twitter, Facebook, or from blogs, I can’t help but notice the lack of support being thrown the way of JK She’salady for Horse of the Year. Here are five reasons why she deserves the award.
Trainer Charlton Baker claimed Expression on his own behalf for $35,000 out of a win in a maiden race at Aqueduct in January 2012. In the almost three years since, Expression has been a steady horse, winning a nonwinners-of-two starter, two claiming ...
There’s usually an explanation why certain horses take more wagering action than what seems reasonable. In the case of a filly named Henry’s Song, the beaten favorite in recent back-to-back races at Gulfstream Park West, the most likely one is this: ...
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Thursday 12/11 card at Woodbine Harness.
Brewster Smith's analysis of the Thursday 12/11 card at Yonkers Raceway.
December 09, 2014
There have not been any new cases of strangles at Finger Lakes since two horses tested positive for the illness last week and two barns were quarantined.
High Noon Rider’s performance in the $250,000 Springboard Mile at Remington Park in Oklahoma City on Sunday will help determine the path to be taken with the horse next year at 3, said his trainer, George Weaver. High Noon Rider will be making his ...
The names jump off the page for a weekday allowance race at Fair Grounds: Unbridled’s Note, Sum of the Parts, Gantry.
A handful of racing officials kicked off the University of Arizona Symposium on Racing and Gaming on Tuesday by presenting detailed data showing how field size affects betting figures, a critical issue for North American racetracks due to sharp drops ...
Keith Gisser touches on a few topics that stood out for him this year in his final column of 2014.