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January 11, 2018
Firenze Fire will finally – hopefully – kick off his 3-year-old campaign Saturday in the $150,000 Jerome Stakes at Aqueduct.
Terra Promessa and Streamline, who between them have won the last two runnings of the Pippin Stakes at Oaklawn, will face a serious newcomer to the division in Saturday's renewal of the $125,000 race. Farrell, who swept the 3-year-old filly series last ...
Majestic Heat will show the way as the solid favorite in the $200,000 La Canada, shortened this year to one mile and likely to include a field smaller than the nine entered.
There are horses who make their own luck and those who are dependent on it. And Ever So Clever, a 6-1 shot in Saturday's Pippin Stakes at Oaklawn, seems to fall into the luck-dependent camp as a closer who needs a contested pace to be at her best.
The movement toward passage of the ambitiously named Horse Racing Integrity Act picked up a gust of steam this week with the announcement by trainer Graham Motion, trainer of Derby winner Animal Kingdom and champion Main Sequence, that he was signing ...
After undergoing much tinkering the last several years, the 2018 Saratoga stakes schedule will virtually mirror that of 2017 with 69 stakes worth $18.8 million offered through the 40-day meet that runs July 20 thru Sept. 3.
Josh Rubinstein was named president of Del Mar on Wednesday, adding to the 48-year-old executive's existing role as the track's chief operating officer.
It’s rare to see January prep races come up as strong as this year’s edition of the Grade 3 Lecomte on Saturday at Fair Grounds.
After having to cancel six consecutive cards at Aqueduct due to the extreme cold, the New York Racing Association had to cancel Thursday’s card in part because it was too warm.
The rematch between Paradise Woods and Unique Bella is on hold while Paradise Woods recovers from an illness that will cost her nearly two weeks of training.