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June 20, 2016
On an international stage at the renowned Royal Ascot meeting last week, five Kentucky-bred runners emerged victorious to fly the flag for the “Thoroughbred Capital of the World.”
Officials at Keeneland Race Course on Monday released their stakes schedule for the 2016 fall meet with no substantive changes from the status quo.
Jockey Flavien Prat has already won as many races this year as he did all of last year. On Saturday he will try to add another victory when he rides Bal a Bali in the Gold Cup at Santa Anita.
Indiana Grand's racing program quietly has been bumped up a notch this season, and the elevated quality will be on full display Tuesday. Twelve races, 121 entrants, six maiden-special-weight or allowance races among the 10 races for Thoroughbreds, and ...
Jack Danehy breeds and owns horses in partnerships, and he's an avid horseplayer. Those interests will coalesce when Dynamite Stick goes postward in the lone allowance on the Thursday card at Churchill.
Trip Notes for June 18-19 including the Stephen Foster and Summertime Oaks.
Bob Pandolfo's Sharp Horses and Track Trends report featuring horses from Northfield, Hoosier, Yonkers and others.
Tower of Texas has not raced since he finished seventh in the Grade 1 Woodbine Mile last September, and he'll likely make his return to the races in the Grade 2, $200,000 King Edward Stakes over a mile on turf on July 2.
Aye Aye Captain went into the Plate Trial Stakes on June 12 as a potential Queen's Plate prospect for trainer Catherine Day Phillips, but will not proceed on to the Plate after a fifth-place finish behind winner Amis Gizmo.
Horses to watch from Monticello Raceway.