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August 24, 2015
The news that Triple Crown winner American Pharaoh is coming to Saratoga for Saturday’s Grade 1 Travers Stakes was met with angst and consternation from most of the trainers looking to run their 3-year-olds in the race.
Matt Rose's analysis of the Tuesday Afternoon 8/25 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Trainer Graham Motion is looking forward to Saturday’s Grade 1 Forego with one of the newest additions to his barn, Bourbon Courage.
Trainer Malcolm Pierce was looking for a confidence-building spot for Grade 2 stakes winner Overheard and has found it in a third-level optional claimer Wednesday night at Woodbine.
Garnet Barnsdale's analysis of the Tuesday 8/25 card at Mohawk Racetrack.
Trainer George Weaver had high hopes for his up-and-coming 3-year-old sprinter Requite in Saturday’s Grade 1 King’s Bishop. But those dreams went down the drain after Requite injured his foot in a stall accident late last week.
Bob Baffert said American Pharoah was “a happy guy” on Monday morning here at Del Mar, the day after a strong workout sealed the Triple Crown winner’s participation in the Travers Stakes at Saratoga on Saturday.
It’s been one year since Holiday Star just got beat by Tricky Hat in the 2014 John’s Call Stakes, but his trainer, Graham Motion, still cringes at the mere mention of that race.
With plenty of speed lined up, Salsa Express could get the perfect trip in a $25,000 optional-claiming race at Northlands Park on Wednesday evening. The six-furlong sprint for fillies and mares drew seven horses, and if the race unfolds as expected, ...
Kingsport has had a productive start to his 2015 campaign and is on track to make his next start in Sunday’s $125,000 Vice Regent Stakes for Ontario-sired 3-year olds on the turf.