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July 18, 2014
Jeremiah Englehart had to wait a long time for his first Saratoga victory. Not so for Frankie Dettori.
The 3-year-old turf division gained another major player during Friday’s opening-day program at Saratoga after Tourist withstood a strong try from Ring Weekend to register a 1 3/4-length victory in the $100,000 Sir Cat Stakes. Storming Inti, who went ...
Dirt sprinters comprise all four legs of an early pick four on races 2 through 5, beginning with a six-furlong allowance for New York-breds that features the seasonal debut of Groupthink.
Whatever Ogden Phipps paid for the top-class Argentine mare Dorine, by Aristophanes, when he purchased her privately and imported her in 1970, she proved a bargain many times over. Her first American foal, the Bold Ruler colt Our Hero, set a track ...
As the racing calendar rolls into the showcase meet at Saratoga Race Course, there is perhaps no more lucrative time to have a New York-bred on the track.
Santa Anita may add two days of racing to its autumn meeting, and Los Alamitos may move the date of the richest race of its county fair meeting in September, after discussions at Friday’s California Horse Racing Board meeting.
DRF handicapper Matt Bernier takes a closer look at juveniles running at Del Mar.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Sunday 7/20 card at Balmoral Park.
DRF Plus Graded Stakes analysis for the Arlington Oaks by Marcus Hersh.
Canterbury Park will offer the Battle of the Surfaces, a race featuring 20 Thoroughbreds, with post positions 1-12 being run on turf and post positions 13-20 run on dirt.