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October 24, 2014
Even the most vocal critics might concede that Churchill Downs has some pretty neat traditions, not even counting the Kentucky Derby, one of the greatest in all of sports. One tradition that began in 2005 is the Stars of Tomorrow program for ...
Untapable was up early Friday, strutting her stuff pre-dawn at Santa Anita with a smug attitude, appropriate for the Breeders’ Cup Distaff favorite.
In a schedule that will mirror this year’s racing in the state, the Nebraska State Racing Commission on Thursday approved 52 race dates for 2015.
Sunday's eighth race allowance at Gulfstream Park West, at 1 1/16 miles on turf, is competitive but the horse to beat is Lasso, trained by Jorge Navarro.
Terlani looks like the one to beat in an allowance race that is featured on Sunday, the final day of racing at Hastings this year.
An Indiana racetrack veterinarian who was ruled off the grounds of the state’s tracks in September should be suspended 20 years for a pattern of illegal and unethical conduct, an administrative report by the Indiana Horse Racing Commission has recommended.
River Seven has yet to find the winner’s circle in six graded stakes starts during his 2014 campaign, but will look to defend his title in Sunday’s $100,000 Labeeb Stakes at Woodbine over one mile on the turf.
A nice day is on tap for the second-to-last card of the fall meet Friday at Keeneland before it comes to a conclusion Saturday. Fields were surprisingly short in a few races, most notably in the opener and in the featured eighth race, an open allowance ...
With nearly $23 million in horse earnings this year, it seems rare that trainer Ron Burke doesn’t have one of the favorites in a major stakes race. On Saturday night at Yonkers Raceway, Burke will play the role of underdog in each of the three marquee ...
Matt Rose's analysis of the Saturday 10/25 card at Yonkers Raceway.