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August 24, 2015
Jess’s Dream did his champion parents, Curlin and Rachel Alexandra, proud Monday at Saratoga, winning his much-anticipated career debut in storybook fashion with a last-to-first rally that elicited a rousing cheer from the modest but extremely ...
The opening-day card for the eight-week Parx Fall Festival, which begins Saturday, will offer more than $1 million in purses. There are 111 horses entered in the 11 races, an average of 10 per race. Horsemen from Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, ...
Horses to watch from Mohawk Racetrack.
The Louisiana Racing Commission on Monday formally adopted a set of rules governing the use of medication in racing that is being pushed by a national coalition of industry organizations, with the rules becoming effective for Thoroughbred races in ...
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Wednesday 8/26 card at Northfield Park.
Runhappy, coming off allowance wins at Indiana Grand and Ellis Park, had his first local work over the Saratoga surface Monday, going a half-mile in 49.50 seconds under jockey Edgar Prado. Runhappy is being pointed to Saturday’s Grade 1 King’s Bishop.
Merry Meadow, winner of the Grade 2 Princess Rooney Stakes at Gulfstream Park on July 5, will make her next start in Saturday’s Grade 1, $500,000 Ballerina Stakes.
Embellish the Lace left Saratoga Monday to return to the Fair Hill training center in Maryland where she will enjoy a little break while trainer Tomny Dutrow and owner Alex Lieblong figure out where to run her next.
Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., has reached a deal that allows Ticketmaster to offer tickets for the Kentucky Derby and Oaks and the track’s other live-racing events, the companies announced on Monday.
The Indiana foal crop of Thoroughbreds has risen the last several years because purse money being thrown at Indiana-breds during the long Indiana Grand race meeting often exceeds the quality of horses chasing it. And there is no better example than the ...