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YESTERDAY August 28, 2015
If Fleet Eagle can come close to reproducing the 100 Beyer Speed Figure he received for his blowout win going 6 1/2 furlongs May 17 in the $50,000 Governor’s Handicap in his first start at Emerald Downs, it is game, set, and match when runs in an ...
The $100,000 Smart N Fancy Stakes at Saratoga on Sunday matches two of the top filly or mare turf sprinters in the East, Lady Shipman and Free as a Bird.
Despite 10 races carded for the seaside Saturday, options seem limited with a few short fields and four races (2, 4, 8, and 10) loaded with firsters. At least one race, however, with a big, contentious field, provides an opportunity, particularly for ...
Trainer Ashlee Brnjas saddles Sleepy P (#5, ML 3-1) in Friday's fourth race at Woodbine, a 1 1/8-mile maiden special weight race on turf. Since Jan. 1, 2014, Brnjas is winning at a 46 percent clip with first-time turf starters, for a return on ...
Seth Hancock, part of the family that founded central Kentucky’s Claiborne Farm, has been appointed a trustee of the Keeneland Association, replacing Louis Lee Haggin III, who has retired from the position, the company announced on Friday.
Thirty years ago, Bruce Dillenbeck finished third as a jockey in the Humboldt County Marathon. On Sunday, he hopes to win the race as a trainer, in the $20,000, 1 5/8-mile stakes race on closing day of the Humboldt County Fair in Ferndale.
The 3-year-olds Hebbronville and W V Jetsetter, who were a neck apart as the one-two finishers in a Grade 3, $100,000 stakes last month, are rematched in another $100,000, six-furlong sprint Sunday at Parx Racing.
Conquest Strate Up will face males in her stakes debut in Sunday’s $125,000 Vice Regent Stakes for Ontario-sired 3-year-olds over one mile on Woodbine’s turf course.
Tanner's Popsicle (#5, ML 5-2) returns in Friday's seventh race at Canterbury Park, a 5 1/2-furlong optional claimer. It will be his first start since finishing second by seven lengths in an optional claimer July 2 at Canterbury Park. The first- and ...
Standing along the rail in the winner’s circle, trainer Bob Baffert looked up at the packed Saratoga grandstand and said, “Look at this, wow!"