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September 11, 2014
The Jockey Club has permanently barred two horsemen after they pleaded guilty to animal-cruelty charges and will deny privileges of the stud book to two trainers for five years because of recent Class 1 drug violations, the organization announced on ...
As a rule of thumb, trainer Mike Pino doesn’t like to reclaim a horse. He made an exception this summer for the consistent 6-year-old gelding Good Feng Shui.
Little Mike, who has started just once in 2014, will not race again this year, owner-trainer Carlo Vaccarezza said on Thursday.
In the Noble Damsel Stakes at Belmont Park, I’m going with Baffle Me, a onetime speedball who had an interesting trip in the De La Rose Stakes last time out.
Winning Cause will be a solid favorite in the Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association President’s Cup, a $200,000 turf race at Parx on Saturday.
An especially well-matched field of 11 older horses will go postward Saturday in the Grade 3, $600,000 Kentucky Turf Cup, the annual highlight at the turf-only Kentucky Downs in south-central Kentucky.
Little Alexis, who finished a troubled and late-running third in the Grade 1 Test Stakes, worked six furlongs in 1:15.85 on Thursday at Gulfstream Park in her final major prep for the Grade 1 Cotillion at Parx on Sept. 20.
Brian Hernandez Jr. will be back in the saddle this weekend at Churchill Downs, where on Saturday, he will ride Interest Free as a plausible favorite in the $100,000 Open Mind Stakes at six furlongs.
Up Jumps a Monster looked like he was going to be the favorite for the Grade 3 Canadian Derby in 2012 after winning four races in a row to begin his career for trainer Rob Chabot. His fourth win came in the $50,000 Ky Alta in his first try with stakes ...
The speedy Black Hornet will lengthen out to 6 1/2 furlongs on fairly short rest in Saturday’s Grade 3, $150,000 Bold Venture Stakes at Woodbine.