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August 20, 2015
Trainer Randy Morse is hoping Cougar Ridge gets a clean trip when he returns to the stakes ranks Saturday in the $75,000 Edward J. DeBartolo Memorial Handicap at Remington Park.
After a slow workout by himself under an exercise rider a week ago, Frosted had a jockey on his back and a stablemate in front of him when he worked Thursday morning in preparation for the Grade 1 Travers Stakes on Aug. 29.
There is no clinical proof that a Thoroughbred racehorse can suffer from an inferiority complex. But if ever there was a candidate, his name is Bayern.
Get the Sensation will try to prove she’s more than a short-sprint specialist when she races around two turns for the first time Saturday night in the $50,000 Sylvia Bishop Memorial Stakes at Charles Town.
Four stakes for Maryland-bred or -sired horses top a strong Maryland Pride Day card Saturday at Laurel Park.
When it comes to Saturday’s $100,000 Troy Stakes – as with most turf sprints – in the final analysis it all comes down to the trip. Specifically, what kind of trip jockey Kendrick Carmouche can work out for Shore Runner, who won a similar overnight ...
The Texas Thoroughbred Association on Thursday issued a statement supporting historical racing in advance of a Texas Racing Commission meeting at which the panel will consider repealing rules passed last year that provide for the electronic parimutuel ...
Page McKenney, second or third in each of his last four starts against graded stakes-caliber competition on dirt, switches surfaces and drops into restricted company Saturday in the $75,000 Robellino Stakes at Penn National.
All systems remain on go for Unbridled Forever’s bid to get that elusive Grade 1 victory after she breezed five furlongs over the main track on Thursday.
It may be true that championships are decided in the fall, but Saturday’s Grade 1, $600,000 Alabama Stakes at Saratoga should go a long way in determining the title in the 3-year-old filly division.