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November 26, 2016
With more than a month remaining in 2016, two-time reigning leading sire Tapit has again broken his own single-season progeny earnings record for a North American stallion.
Ring Weekend did not need a fast pace to display his late rally in Saturday’s $201,035 Seabiscuit Handicap on turf at Del Mar.
As could be expected, the $100,000, Grade 3 Berkeley came down to a stretch duel Saturday at Golden Gate Fields, with the favored Stryker Phd ($4.60) rallying from last to nail G. G. Ryder at the line.
In a race run in wet and windy conditions, Journey Home overcame 12 rivals and some debris that blew onto the turf course when capturing the Grade 3, $102,760 Jimmy Durante Stakes for 2-year-old fillies on Saturday at Del Mar.
As soon as McCraken crossed under the wire as the winner of the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes, the colt’s owner and breeder, Janis Whitham, began to weep.
Ride Hard Kowboy just missed by a neck when second in last year’s Walter R. Cluer at Turf Paradise. Well, the 4-year-old gelded son of Kodiak Kowboy remedied that slight miss as he rallied to capture this year’s $30,000 renewal at the Phoenix track ...
As Connect and Divining Rod battled through the Aqueduct stretch of Saturday’s Grade 1 Cigar Mile, trainer Chad Brown wondered if the lack of a recent race would compromise his horse’s chances to win.
When Farrell arrived in the Churchill Downs paddock for her graded stakes debut, it was obvious that the late-developing filly was blooming physically, as she strutted around on the muscle and with her neck bowed. After she hit the track, it was ...
The favored Freitag lowered Woodbine’s 1 1/16-mile synthetic-track record while notching his first stakes win under Alan Garcia in the $125,400 Sir Barton on Saturday.
As confident as trainer Tony Dutrow was that his 2-year-old Mo Town was going to run a big race in Saturday’s Grade 2 Remsen Stakes at Aqueduct, he didn’t necessarily know if that would be good enough to win it.