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November 14, 2014
Although winless in eight starts this season, Praetereo is dangerous while taking a subtle but distinct class drop and stretching out for high-percentage trainer David Jacobson in Monday's $47,000 feature at Parx Racing.
Red Rocks, winner of the 2006 Breeders' Cup Turf, will return to America to continue his stud career at Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky.
Far Right could be a sleeper in the Grade 3, $1 million Delta Downs Jackpot next Saturday. He will come into the 1 1/16-mile race off a troubled third-place finish in the Street Sense Stakes at Churchill Downs. Conquest Tsunami won that race and likely ...
Jockey Mike Luzzi, who was injured in a paddock accident Nov. 2 at Aqueduct, underwent a second surgery Wednesday to repair his fractured pelvis.
While trainer Todd Pletcher has not finalized his lineup for the six stakes scheduled here for Thanksgiving weekend, one horse certain not to participate in the Grade 2 Remsen is Blofeld.
Nelson Bunker Hunt's runners were more than memorable stakes horses. They were key players in many of the most memorable races of the era. Here are a few who stick out.
Following his 9 1/2-length maiden win Sept. 26 at Belmont, Liam’s Map seemed a logical contender for the Grade 3 Discovery at Aqueduct on Nov. 1.
Palace, a multiple Grade 1-winning sprinter in 2014 who finished sixth in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint, may not be done for the year. Trainer Linda Rice said Friday she would work Palace over the weekend to determine whether or not to point him toward ...
The biggest race in the United States is the Kentucky Derby. The biggest race in Canada is the Queen’s Plate. So, if the winners of those two races met at Del Mar, that certainly would make it the biggest race this track has had in a long time.
Demonica was highly regarded when she first came to trainer John Sadler’s barn last year at age 2, but in her first four starts on dirt and Polytrack, she finished in the money just once.