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November 13, 2015
The New York Racing Association will hold 49 stakes worth $7.48 million during the 2016 Aqueduct winter and spring meets, which run from Jan. 1 through April 24.
The new future wager that will be offered during the final week of the meet (Nov. 26-29) is proving a fun project for Darren Rogers, the Churchill Downs media relations director.
The only horse to defeat American Pharoah this year is a possible starter in the annual fall showcase at Churchill Downs, the Nov. 27 Clark Handicap, although whether or not Keen Ice runs in the Grade 1 race depends entirely on what transpires with the ...
The $125,000 Staten Island division of the New York Stallion Stakes at Aqueduct on Sunday has brought together an odd group of fillies and mares, who will meet at seven furlongs.
Edgard Zayas is well on his way to being the leading rider at Gulfstream Park West for the second straight year, and he has an excellent chance of extending his lead over Tyler Gaffalione with live mounts in a couple of intriguing 2-year-old maiden ...
A pair of Bob Baffert-trained stakes winners are nearing returns to action: Midnight Hawk and Lord Nelson.
Jockey-turned-trainer Tony Locke hasn’t ridden in a race since 1997, nor has he won a race since 1993, but he will return to the saddle on Sunday to ride first-time starter Elprado’s Heirloom in the second race.
Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer said that Shared Belief, idle since being injured in April in the Charles Town Classic, is being brought along slowly in his training at Golden Gate Fields.
The $1 million yearling Seattle Serenade finally debuted on Thursday, as the 3-year-old colt scored a fast win against maidens at Del Mar while earning a Beyer Speed Figure of 88.
For the first time, the brothers Kip and George Elser have a horse entered in the Chrfis Elser Memorial, one of two restricted stakes for 2-year-olds on Sunday’s card at Parx Racing.