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October 17, 2014
Senor Rojo figures to be tough to handle when he runs Sunday in the $32,000 Harbour View Stakes at Hastings. Nine horses will go in the 1 1/16-mile race for 3-year-olds and up who have not won $26,500 in 2014, but the Grade 3 winner Senor Rojo is in a ...
Chicago-based trainer Chris Block will look to continue his success at Woodbine when he sends out Suntracer for Team Block in Sunday’s Grade 1, $1 million Canadian International.
Judging by the company she’s been keeping, Just The Judge may be the one to fear most in Sunday’s $500,000 E.P. Taylor Stakes.
The Australian High Court denied former bookmaker-turned-breeder Bruce McHugh a special leave to appeal on Friday, ending his bid to allow Thoroughbreds conceived by artificial insemination into the country’s breed registry.
After clouds and rain for much of the past week in central Kentucky, the sun is finally shining, making for a good day of racing at Keeneland. Still, after all the precipitation, the turf course is expected to be yielding for Friday’s Grade 3 Valley View.
Betting was off a couple of ticks at Emerald Downs this summer during a 72-day meeting highlighted by Stryker Phd’s victory in the Grade 3 Longacres Mile and Stopshoppingdebbie’s sustained brilliance in the older filly and mare division.
BreezeFigs Quick-Pix for Saturday, October 18th by Bob Fierro and Jay Kilgore.
October 16, 2014
Rain Wednesday night and into early morning washed all five of Thursday’s scheduled grass races to a wet main track at Belmont Park, and it remains to be seen how many of Friday’s four turf races stay on.
Graham Motion and Rosie Napravnik capped a big Thursday at Keeneland when Holiday Star wore down pacesetting Red Rifle to win the Grade 3, $100,000 Sycamore Stakes.
The unionized employees of the soon-to-be-shuttered Suffolk Downs are headed to the courtroom.