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May 18, 2016
Trainer John Servis laid out a likely schedule for Cathryn Sophia, the Kentucky Oaks winner, beginning with the Grade 1 Acorn Stakes at Belmont Park on June 11.
Trainer Helen Pitts is hoping to win the feature race at Churchill with Athena, a 4-year-old filly who figures to be favored over five others in a $58,000 classified allowance at a mile.
Diamonds Dena will try to get back on track when she runs in a $10,000 claiming race for fillies and mares that will serve as Friday's feature at Emerald Downs. The one mile race drew eight horses and goes as race six on a 7-race card that begins at ...
Land Over Sea and Go Maggie Go were no match for Cathryn Sophia in the Kentucky Oaks two weeks ago, but they were only a long neck and a head apart from each other in the $1 million race at Churchill Downs. Friday, with Cathryn Sophia tucked neatly ...
Saturday's 141st Preakness Stakes marks the fifth straight year that Maryland’s signature race will be contested without a statebred runner. This reflects problems that the local Thoroughbred industry has faced, but the good news is that state ...
Jevian Toledo and J.D. Acosta will have their first mounts in a Triple Crown race Saturday at Pimlico. Toledo, 21, will ride Awesome Speed in the Preakness for trainer Alan Goldberg. Acosta, 34, will be aboard Abiding Star for Ned Allard.
The 10-year-old Ben's Cat may well be favored while making his sixth consecutive appearance in the $100,000 Jim McKay Turf Sprint, a race he has won four of the last five years at Pimlico.
When one door closes another opens. On the surface that might be the thought for driver Yannick Gingras after he guided Rockin Ron to victory last Sunday in the Confederation Cup. It would appear after seven starts this season and no victories that ...
Like Maryland blue crab with Old Bay spice, a cut back in distance and some significant class relief could be the winning recipe for R Girls a Charmer when she faces nine rivals on Friday in the Grade 3, $150,000 Miss Preakness Stakes for 3-year-old ...
On Friday, Neil Howard will saddle Ahh Chocolate for the Grade 3 Allaire duPont Distaff. Hoping to garner a bit of good karma, he has bedded the filly down in the same stall in the Pimlico stakes barn that champion Mineshaft occupied during his visit.