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March 18, 2015
On Saturday, Rodney Prescott will be riding Royal Son in the Grade 3, $550,000 Spiral Stakes at Turfway, giving him an opportunity to fill a hole in his racing résumé.
Golden Years, a two-time stakes winner and one of the top 3-year-olds based in Maryland, has been injured, according to his trainer, Rodney Jenkins.
The three finalists for the ninth annual Dr. Tony Ryan Book Award have been announced, with the winner to be revealed April 15.
The Maryland Racing Commission denied trainer Scott Lake’s appeal of a 120-day suspension stemming from two positive tests he had at Laurel Park in December for the anabolic steroid stanozolol.
The Jockey Club is again making $250,000 available to racetracks this year to use for out-of-competition testing of horses pointed to graded stakes races, the organization said on Wednesday.
There are no notable changes from 2014 to the 37-race stakes schedule, worth just over $2 million, at Northlands Park this year.
The Maryland Jockey Club will be replacing the Jackpot Pick Five with a Rainbow 6 when the Pimlico meet begins April 2. A pick five with a 12 percent takeout will also be added to the wagering menu.
Multiple Grade 3 winner Wiseman's Ferry, best known as the sire of two-time Horse of the Year Wise Dan, died March 17 at Dana Point Farm in Lenhartsville, Pa. A cause of death has yet to be determined for the 16-year-old Hennessy stallion.
A lack of pace appeared to compromise the chances of Curlin’s Fox when she finished second as the favorite in the China Doll Stakes on March 7, but trainer Carla Gaines said Curlin’s Fox bled in the race, too.
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