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November 13, 2014
He’s Had Enough, runner-up in the 2012 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, has been retired from racing and will make his stallion debut in 2015 at Woodford Thoroughbreds in Ocala, Fla., for an advertised fee of $5,000.
On Saturday at Del Mar, McCarthy has No Problem in the featured Grade 3, $100,000 Bob Hope Stakes, and two races earlier sends out the well-regarded filly Longstocking for her debut.
The five $100,000 stakes on the De Francis Dash undercard Saturday at Laurel Park should keep everyone occupied until the main event comes along.
Some of the best sprinters on the grounds take center stage Saturday at Turf Paradise for the $35,000 Caballos del Sol, open to 3-year-olds and up at six furlongs, and the $35,000 City of Phoenix, for fillies and mares going six furlongs. The Caballos ...
The first running of the $50,000 Ohio Debutante Handicap for older Ohio-accredited fillies and mares headlines the final weekend of racing Saturday at ThistleDown.
Joe Sharp is a kindred spirit with his wife, Rosie Napravnik. He, too, grew up around horses, dreaming of the day he would make it big in a sport he loves.
The fortunes of the sport’s leading catch-drivers are virtually impossible to track. On Saturday night, thanks to many changes in the driving universe and the fact that McWicked’s regular driver David Miller has opted for the supplemental entry Always ...
There isn’t much separating the top contenders in the $350,000 Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash that will be held Saturday at Laurel Park, and there sure are a lot of them.
For all the fame, riches, honors, and adulation that Rosie Napravnik has amassed, she still doesn’t have one thing: a crystal ball. One would certainly come in handy now, with everybody asking her the same thing: When are you coming back to ride, Rosie?
The opportunity to remain within the division and compete for graded black type is a major reason why sensational fields of 3-year-olds have assembled Saturday for twin turf stakes at Churchill Downs.