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YESTERDAY April 17, 2014
Graham Motion said before the Keeneland spring meet began that his barn might have a few winners in it. Motion’s notions came to full fruition Thursday when Daring Dancer capped a three-win day for the English-born trainer by winning the Grade 3 ...
The Oak Tree Racing Association, which operated autumn race meetings at Santa Anita and Hollywood Park from 1969 to 2010, is planning to operate the Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton this summer.
Dozens of owners and trainers have pledged to make the veterinary records of their horses publicly available for graded stakes run in the U.S., the Jockey Club announced on Thursday.
The tracks owned by the Stronach Group, a roster that includes Gulfstream, Santa Anita, Golden Gate, Laurel, and Pimlico, will seek to put in place house rules that would require owners to release their vet records to track officials and that would ...
On Saturday, in the $200,000 Sugar Maple Stakes, Flattering Bea will get to run seven furlongs over what should be a fast Charles Town track, perhaps a combination that could put an end to a five-race losing streak.
Derick Giwner's analysis of the Saturday 4/19 card at The Meadowlands.
Among the top trainers in Southern California with 18 meet titles and 2,678 wins, including a record 476 at Del Mar, trainer Mike Mitchell will turn over his operation to assistant Phil D’Amato after the sixth race Sunday at Santa Anita.
When a turf horse races on a synthetic track, the assumption is the horse will take to the surface. And like most assumptions, blindly believing in one can be dangerous.
Matt Rose's analysis of the Saturday 4/19 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Saturday 4/19 card at Balmoral Park.