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April 20, 2016
The first race for juveniles in Southern California, a $45,000 maiden special race for California-breds at Los Alamitos on Friday, drew five runners from three stables.Trainers Ed Freeman and Patricia Harrington have two colts each, while Patricia's ...
In the 141 runnings of the Kentucky Derby, no jockey has ever won the race three consecutive years, but Victor Espinoza will get a chance to be the first on May 7 when he pilots Whitmore, a mount he secured on Wednesday as the dominoes fell for riders ...
San Onofre, winner of the Grade 3 Los Angeles Stakes at Los Alamitos last Saturday, will start in the $200,000 Kona Gold Stakes at Santa Anita on May 21 in an attempt to win his third graded stakes of 2016, trainer Karen Headley said.
Songbird, the undefeated champion 2-year-old filly of 2015, has made progress recovering from an illness that will keep her from starting in the $1 million Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs on May 6 and could resume racetrack training in coming days.
Tepin is a late nominee to the Woodford Reserve Turf Classic but is still more likely to stay within the filly-and-mare division when appearing on Kentucky Derby Day at Churchill Downs, trainer Mark Casse said Wednesday.
The Del Mar summer season is three months away, which makes a second-level optional $62,500 claimer at Los Alamitos on Friday a good time for the 5-year-old gelding Cherubim to have his first start of 2016.
The $60,000 Opelousas Stakes at Evangeline Downs on Friday night is scheduled for one mile on turf, but if rain moves it to the main track, then the stakes-winning fillies Forest Lake and Believeinsomething might feel more at home.
Kiss to Remember will attempt to step back into the winner's circle for the first time in nearly nine months as the overwhelming favorite to defeat five seemingly overmatched rivals in the best of two allowance races Friday at Gulfstream Park.
Creator and Suddenbreakingnews finished one-two in the Arkansas Derby on Saturday to earn enough points to solidify a spot in the 20-horse field for the May 7 Kentucky Derby and thus forged their way onto the Derby Watch top 20.
Dale Romans calls his Blue Grass Stakes winner Brody's Cause a “prototype” Kentucky Derby horse – and the Giant's Causeway colt certainly has the class in his pedigree to back it up.