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December 05, 2014
The American Graded Stakes Committee has assigned grades to 463 races scheduled to be run in 2015, eight more than it assigned to 2014 races, even though the number of races held in the U.S. is declining.
Texas Red is nearing the end of his post-Breeders’ Cup vacation.
After My Fiona won her first stakes in the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Stakes for sprinters at Del Mar in July, trainer Walther Solis already was looking to the autumn and longer races.
Racing fans who have been hoping to see Atreides against top-flight competition will continue to have to wait. Yes,he is making a long-awaited return to action, but in a race where he figures about 2-5. Atreides will face eight other 3-year-olds Sunday ...
After about a month of shed-rowing and jogging, the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies runner-up Top Decile began galloping at Fair Grounds this week, and trainer Al Stall Jr. said he’s pleased with what he sees.
It seems as if everyone with a digital platform and a key to the quarter pole has weighed in by now on the subject of 2014 Horse of the Year. Clearly, there is nothing left to say. That said, there is always room to burst a few lingering bubbles.
P.J. Campo, vice president of racing for the Stronach Group, will assume duties of general manager at Gulfstream Park, effective immediately, track officials announced on Friday.
Pender Harbour was scratched from the gate in last weekend’s Sir Barton Stakes, but will get another opportunity in the wide-open closing-day feature on Sunday at Woodbine, the Grade 3, $150,000 Valedictory Stakes at 1 3/4 miles on Polytrack.
The Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland Racecourse will be moved to a date four weeks prior to the Kentucky Derby and its purse will be raised to $1 million for the 2015 running, the track announced late on Friday.
Saturday’s Gulfstream card has some big, competitive fields which may be ripe for playing a key horse on top in trifectas.