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February 03, 2016
Only four horses were entered Wednesday for Saturday's $100,000 Fred “Cappy” Capossela Stakes, and the racing office opted not to card it. It will be brought back for Sunday's card.
There was only one Spanky Broussard, but there are 16 3-year-old fillies entered in the inaugural running of the $50,000 Joseph E. “Spanky” Broussard Stakes on Friday at Fair Grounds.
Vincento had six weeks between his first start and his second start and seven weeks between his second start and his third. Saturday, Vincento will make his second start in one week when he runs in the $100,000 Gander Stakes for New York-bred ...
It feels strange to suggest that no fewer than three and maybe even four of the five winners of Cal Cup races at Santa Anita Park last Saturday could be heard from in large ways down the line.
The retirement of Eclipse Award winner La Verdad last weekend has resulted in added interest from horsemen for the Grade 2 Barbara Fritchie Stakes, according to Coley Blind, stakes coordinator for the Maryland Jockey Club.
A single ticket had all six winners in a sequence of races at Portland Meadows on Monday called the Rainbow Jackpot 6, requiring the track to put up tens of thousands of dollars to satisfy the betting pool's $100,000 guarantee.
Seven-pound apprentice Kali Francois hasn't looked back since closing the books on 2015. She won with four of her seven mounts at Laurel Park last week, including the Monday nightcap aboard 95-1 Rocky Garland. The only other member of the Laurel jockey ...
Wonder Gal will make her 12th career start Friday at Aqueduct, but it will be the first time she has not competed in a stakes race. Her appearance in a $59,000 second-level allowance race will also mark just the third time she's faced exclusively New ...
Greenpointcrusader, who finished second to Mohaymen in the Holy Bull Stakes last Saturday at Gulfstream Park, will have just one more race prior to the Kentucky Derby, trainer Dominick Schettino said Wednesday, with his preference being the Grade 2 ...
The starting lineup for Saturday's Grade 1 Donn Handicap has pretty much been a foregone conclusion for the past week. The only real question was where trainer Marcus Vitali would run the multiple graded stakes winner Valid.