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June 25, 2015
Trainer Bill Kaplan will have a decision to make between now and next Wednesday, when entries are taken and drawn for the rich Summit of Speed card to be run on July 5: whether to keep his promising 3-year-old filly Naval Command against her own kind ...
It’s a fair assumption that no Group or Grade 1 race anywhere in the world has been dominated by a trainer to the extent Aidan O’Brien has owned the Irish Derby. O’Brien won the race seven years in a row before fellow Irishman Jim Bolger won in 2013 ...
Handle figures at California tracks rose in May compared with May 2014, leaving handle for the year well above last year’s figures, according to figures presented at Thursday’s California Horse Racing Board meeting by executive director Rick Baedeker.
Valid hasn’t won in his last four starts but has been running hard and will be favored to get back on track in the $75,000 Turning for Home Stakes at Parx Racing on Saturday.
Surviving Legend might be tough to contain Saturday night in the $100,000 Sires’ Cup Quarter Horse Futurity at Retama Park if he runs back to his trial effort from June 12. Surviving Legend led from start to finish for a 2 1/2-length win in a ...
Sky T makes the move to two turns Saturday in the $40,000 Colorado Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association Derby at Arapahoe Park and he gets pedigree support for the new distance demands. He faces nine others, and most will also be making their first route ...
Triple Crown hero American Pharoah will be paraded through the paddock and on the racetrack between races at Santa Anita on Saturday.
The field for the $200,000 Royal Heroine Stakes for fillies and mares can go as quickly as it wants in the first half of the one-mile turf race Saturday at Santa Anita. Blingismything will be toward the back, ready to make a late move in the stretch, ...
The Grade 1, $300,000 Mother Goose at Belmont Park on Saturday has attracted a competitive field of 10, with many of the runners rounding into their best form.
It’s good to own a Cal-bred. That’s been the mantra of California breeders and owners of California-breds, and it couldn’t be any truer than on Saturday, when six statebred fillies run six furlongs for a $100,000 purse in the Oak Tree Distaff at the ...