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January 21, 2015
When reviewing any wager, I always think I could have done better. If I make a score, the first question I ask is, “Could I have made more money?” It’s not greed – it’s just me wanting to maximize opportunities (and, okay, perhaps a little bit of ...
The second running of the $300,000 Evangeline Downs Turf Sprint will be May 30 as part of a program of five stakes, the Opelousas, La., track announced on Wednesday. The Turf Sprint has been positioned about three weeks earlier than last season, when ...
Bob Pandolfo's Sharp Horses and Track Trends for January 15 to 18, 2015.
Opulent Yankee, who joined Julie Miller’s stable in November, won both of his starts in the preliminary rounds of the Super Bowl Series for 3- and 4-year-old trotters at the Big M and is likely to be among the favorites in Saturday’s $50,000 final.
Lucky Player, the winner of the Grade 3 Iroquois at Churchill Downs in September, likely will make his next start on grass, said trainer Steve Asmussen. Lucky Player finished eighth in the Smarty Jones at Oaklawn Park on Monday.
Angelica Zapata will be looking for the 11th stakes win of her career Saturday night in the $400,000 Houston Ladies Classic at Sam Houston Race Park.
Shared Belief, the winner of the Grade 1 Malibu Stakes on Dec. 26, worked six furlongs in 1:13.20 at Golden Gate Fields on Wednesday, moving closer to a start in the $500,000 San Antonio Stakes on Feb. 7 at Santa Anita Park.
Holy Boss, an impressive debut winner at Churchill Downs who has seen Grade 1 company in New York, figures to go favored Friday in a $50,000 optional-claiming allowance for 3-year-olds that highlights the card at Oaklawn Park.
As the California Chrome crew made its way to the stage to accept the golden Horse of the Year trophy, led by trainer Art Sherman and co-owner Steve Coburn, Jay Robbins,trainer of 2000 Horse of the Year Tiznow, heard broadcast announcer Larry Collmus ...
Comeflywithanangel, who went through the ring at the 2009 Michigan Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association yearling sale without drawing a single bid, won the state's Horse of the Year title for 2014.