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July 01, 2014
Kiss My Hocks has a lot riding on the 10th race Thursday at Ruidoso Downs in New Mexico. He enters the trial for the Grade 1, $900,000 Rainbow Futurity as the nation’s top-ranked 2-year-old Quarter Horse. He’s also putting his perfect 4-for-4 career ...
The seeds planted at the Churchill Downs meet that ended Sunday are about to grow as tall as summer sunflowers for Juan Saez, the 17-year-old apprentice widely expected to be the leading rider at Ellis Park this summer.
La Verdad, who successfully stretched her speed to a mile in winning the $200,000 Critical Eye Stakes on Big Apple Showcase Day on May 31, cuts back to her best distance as the one to catch and beat in Thursday’s $100,000 Dancin Renee Stakes.
The catalog for the Fasig-Tipton summer selected horses of racing age sale is now available online, featuring a growing list of 131 entries.
David and JoAnn Hayden’s Dark Hollow Farm was represented by two blue ribbon winners, including the grand champion, on Sunday at the Maryland Horse Breeders Association’s Maryland-bred yearling show.
Golden Gate Fields showed a slight increase in all-sources handle for its 99-day meet in 2013-14 thanks to increases in both California and out-of-state advance-deposit wagering.
There will a graded race on Saturday’s card at the Oak Tree at Pleasanton meet, the $47,000, Grade 3 Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Arabian Cup.
Seventeen 2-year-old fillies have been nominated for Saturday’s Juan Gonzalez Memorial Stakes at the Oak Tree at Pleasanton meet, while 16 2-year-olds, including four of the fillies, have been nominated for the Everett Nevin Stakes on Sunday’s ...
A hometown hero will try to win Friday’s Oak Tree Sprint at the Oak Tree at Pleasanton meeting.
The fifth-place finish by Storm Fighter in the Grade 2 Californian Stakes at Santa Anita in May has looked a lot better in the last week.
Though beaten four lengths, two horses in front of Storm Fighter that day ran first and second in the Grade 1 Gold ...