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August 26, 2015
The six supporting stakes leading up to the Travers at Saratoga on Saturday should be more than enough to keep everybody occupied as they wait for Triple Crown winner American Pharoah to take to the track in the day’s main event.
Arlington Million winner The Pizza Man will be supplemented to the Breeders’ Cup Turf at a cost of $100,000, co-owner and breeder Rich Papiese said on Wednesday, and to get to that $3 million race, The Pizza Man will go to – Laurel Park.
What started as a single card devoted to New York-breds on the New York Racing Association stakes calendar has now blossomed to three, the second of which will be held Friday at Saratoga.
Garnet Barnsdale's analysis of the Friday 8/28 card at Mohawk Racetrack.
The veteran racemare More Than Even will be testing her skills in a brand new arena on Friday night when she makes her turf debut in the $50,000 Bob Barry Memorial at Remington Park.
Brewster Smith's analysis of the Friday 8/28 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Bob Baffert insists he doesn’t hate Saratoga. Baffert’s eight stakes wins at Saratoga since 1999 include Grade 1 staples such as the Travers, Alabama, King’s Bishop, Forego and two Tests. So, what’s not to like?
Christophe Clement trains Lubash and Discreet Marq, whom he says are doing well and ready for battle in Friday’s West Point Stakes and Yaddo Stakes for New York-breds on turf.
There is no ignoring what the 5-year-old mare Beholder did to the million-dollar Pacific Classic last weekend at Del Mar, and what it could mean about the national profile of the game.
Obey became the leader of the California-bred 2-year-old filly division with her win in the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Stakes at Del Mar on July 31. With the win comes a target, as the filly to beat in Friday’s $150,000 Generous ...