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January 21, 2015
Trainer Richie Scherer said last week he was aiming Bourbon Cowboy at the Black Gold Stakes, but Scherer, evidently, found a better spot sooner. Bourbon Cowboy, a sharp second to Cinco Charlie in the Sugar Bowl Stakes here last month, is one of eight ...
Trainer Neil Howard said Eagle had come out of his seventh-place finish in the Lecomte Stakes at Fair Grounds in apparently good physical condition. Howard said he and owner-breeder Will Farish plan to push on to the Grade 2 Risen Star on Feb. 21 ...
Tough Sunday may miss Saturday’s $250,000 California Cup Derby at Santa Anita because of a bruised foot diagnosed earlier this week. Compared to what the colt went through in the first weeks of his life, the setback is almost meaningless.
Tiznow R J will likely get another chance to move toward the Louisiana Derby and, if he continues developing, points beyond, in the Feb. 21 Risen Star Stakes.
The 16th annual National Handicapping Championship kicks off this weekend at Treasure Island in Las Vegas. The three-day event will be the biggest and richest handicapping contest in history: at least 601 entries will compete for more than $2.3 million ...
The National Thoroughbred Racing Association announced Wednesday that it will be hosting the NHC Charity Challenge as part of Saturday’s festivities at the National Handicapping Championship in Las Vegas.
The purse of the Ruidoso Thoroughbred Championship has been raised from $60,000 to $100,000 and will be the showcase race for older Thoroughbreds at the New Mexico track this summer.
The Eddie Logan Stakes at Santa Anita on Dec. 27 was a learning experience for the Irish colt Ernest Shackleton.
OZONE PARK, N.Y. – Trainers Gary Gullo and Michelle Nevin have both won at a high percentage this winter at Aqueduct. In Friday’s feature, Gullo and Nevin send out two of the protagonists in a contentious second-level optional claimer for New York-bred ...
The field for the 2015 National Handicapping Championship is the strongest one ever assembled, with 519 individual participants, with at least 82 having a second qualifier, and eight former champions in the field. Let’s take a look at 10 players to watch.