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May 20, 2015
There will be no shortage of 2-year-old Quarter Horses chasing the enhanced purse of the $3 million All American Futurity this meet at Ruidoso Downs in New Mexico as trials for the track’s first major race for the division drew a record 311 entrants.
Arapahoe Park in Aurora, Colo., opens its meet on Friday with a new purse policy designed to fuel field size, improvements to the facility, and a strategic move for one of its richest races. The 39-date season featuring Thoroughbreds and Quarter Horses ...
Daily Racing Form has added a new notation to its past-performance lines indicating when a claim for a horse was voided, a more frequent occurrence over the past several years due to new rules in some jurisdictions.
From September to March, Harlington’s Rose ran eight times and won the first two stakes of her career, including the Grade 3 Las Flores Stakes on March 8. The active campaign led to a brief vacation that ends in Saturday’s $150,000 Spring Fever Stakes
Firing Line, second in the Kentucky Derby on May 2 and seventh when eased in the Preakness Stakes last Saturday, will not race again until at least July, trainer Simon Callaghan said.
Trainer Dallas Stewart sent out yet another longshot to blow up the gimmicks in a Triple Crown event when Tale of Verve closed steadily to be second at 28-1 in the 140th Preakness on Saturday at Pimlico.
Should American Pharoah become a Triple Crown winner by taking the Belmont Stakes on June 6, there will be tremendous pressure on owner Ahmed Zayat to pull the racing plug and protect his valuable asset. Zayat has said the colt will continue to race ...
After the Derby Day debacle, I got back to work the next day. The major reason for my losses on that day was my incomplete preparation, so I decided to focus on my personal odds line.
Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt and John Hay Whitney, two owner-breeders whose impact on racing stretched into the sport’s corporate suites, will be inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame as the two latest “Pillars of the Turf” ...