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TODAY March 27, 2017
There is no denying that Kendall Hansen has put in the legwork to help prove out his namesake stallion, the champion juvenile Hansen, in his lone U.S. crop before being sold to Korea in late 2013.
Andrew Hawkins' Hong Kong Selections and analysis for Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at Happy Valley.
With McCraken coming off an eight-week layoff as he goes into his final Kentucky Derby prep, trainer Ian Wilkes sent his pupil out for a six-furlong work Monday intended to “put some bottom in him.” McCraken responded by blitzing his workmate through ...
Trip Notes by Michael Hammersly for March 25-26, including the Spiral Stakes and Sunland Derby
The Northern Dancer and Mr. Prospector male lines completely dominate worldwide group and graded stakes results, but the eight races at the Dubai World Cup meeting produced a remarkable variety of winners from relatively rare male lines.
Horses to watch from Monticello Raceway.
The Geroux effect probably will be in play in Thursday's featured eighth race at Fair Grounds, a first-level allowance race also open to $50,000 claimers.
Jockey Drayden Van Dyke is targeting a comeback in May after suffering a broken arm on Jan. 26. Van Dyke hopes to begin therapy in April and resume riding in mid-May.
A horse based at San Luis Rey Downs with trainer Adam Kitchingman was recently found to have equine herpes, and racing officials are not allowing Kitchingman's horses to ship into Santa Anita.
From longshots to logical contenders, the field for the Grade 1 Santa Anita Derby on April 8 continues to grow. Sunday, Kimbear was scratched from the Grade 3 Sunland Derby in New Mexico by trainer Eric Kruljac, who intends to start the colt in the $1 ...