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April 20, 2016
Bit Of A Legend was already a bit of a star before arriving in the U.S., but the New Zealand-born pacer has been adding to his legend this year with his performances in the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series at Yonkers Raceway.
Curalina will make her 4-year-old debut in the Grade 1 La Troienne on the May 6 Kentucky Oaks undercard at Churchill, Todd Pletcher said Wednesday. It will be the first start for Curalina since she was third behind Stopchargingmaria and Stellar Wind in ...
Montrell Teague and John Hernan will join Post Time with Mike and Mike this Thursday.
When trainer David Cannizzo claimed Goodtolook out of a poor performance on dirt in January, he did so with the idea of waiting for an opportunity to get the 6-year-old gelding back on turf. That opportunity comes Friday in a $52,000 starter allowance ...
Keen Ice, the only horse to defeat American Pharoah last year, has been sidelined from training for a minimum of 60 days because of a small fracture in his left hind cannon bone, it was announced Tuesday via Twitter by Donegal Racing, the partnership ...
Mohaymen, the forgotten horse on the trail to the 142nd Kentucky Derby, gave a reminder that he's still in the running for the May 7 race when he breezed a half-mile Wednesday at Churchill Downs in a snappy 46.80 seconds.
Now that Tepin has returned with three easy wins this year, owner Robert Masterson has let it be known far and wide that the target is the Queen Anne Stakes, a straightaway mile on June 14, opening day of the royal meet.
The Mountaineer Park meet started with a bang on Saturday when Amanda In Front won the first race by a neck and paid $136.20.
The fifth race at Laurel Park on Saturday, a first-level optional sprint for 3-year-olds, matches a pair of promising debut winners, Bobcat and Blu Moon Ace.
Fantastic Style will be favored to win her fourth consecutive start in Saturday's $200,000 Great Lady M Stakes at Los Alamitos, the richest race of the track's spring meeting.