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YESTERDAY September 19, 2014
Tarpy’s Goal earned an all-time-best Beyer Speed Figure of 99 during Kentucky Derby week at Churchill and looks like the horse to beat when a second-level optional $62,500 claimer with a $41,000 purse is run as the ninth of 10 races.
After watching Game On Dude finish fourth in both the Gold Cup at Santa Anita in June and the Pacific Classic at Del Mar in August, co-owner Bernie Schiappa said on Friday that the time had come to end the 7-year-old gelding’s illustrious racing career.
Code West will start as a notable highweight Sunday in the $100,000 Downs at Albuquerque Handicap, but trainer Boyd Caster is taking nothing for granted with the Oklahoma-based runner invading New Mexico. Code West is part of an eight-horse field for ...
Moonshine Mullin is through racing for the year and will return to action at Oaklawn Park next winter, said trainer Randy Morse.
The horses I like most from a wagering perspective on Saturday's card at Parx Racing are Your Pace Or Mine in the third race, a 2-year-old maiden at a mile and 70 yards, and Sunset District in the seventh, a first-level allowance at seven furlongs.
Silver Max was among the handful of workers over the Keeneland turf course Thursday as activity continued to build toward a 17-day fall meet that begins Oct. 3 at the Lexington, Ky., track.
Trainer Garry Simms has been making a conscious effort to conserve his precious energy to shop at the Keeneland yearling sales.
Impressive as his 98 Beyer Speed Figure and 10-for-21 record at Parx Racing looks on paper, Tujoes may now be a horse to bet against when he returns in Monday’s $46,000 feature at Parx Racing.
Zenyatta and Rachel Alexandra never met, but that has not stopped anyone from speculating over a potential War of the Wombs.
Lord Rosberg looks like the one to catch and beat in the $100,000 Jack Diamond Futurity on Sunday at Hastings.