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October 17, 2014
The 1 1/2-mile distance of Sunday’s $1 million Canadian International may be a little short for Brown Panther at this stage of his career, but that shouldn’t stop the world traveler from being an imposing presence in the 77th running of the Grade 1 ...
Keeneland Racecourse is preparing to sell 28,000 reserved tickets for next year’s two-day Breeders’ Cup, track officials said Friday, a number that will guarantee the smallest crowd ever for the event’s marquee Saturday card.
Alexandra Jara, a five-pound apprentice who recently moved her tack to New York, was a classmate of Juan Saez at the Laffit Pincay Jockey School in Panama.
Combat Diver, a maiden winner at Belmont on Oct. 3 at Belmont Park, is being pointed to the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, trainer Gary Contessa said Friday.
Better Lucky, a multiple Grade 1 winner on turf against females, will most likely take on males in the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Mile on Nov. 1, trainer Tom Albertrani said Friday.
Belle Gallantey, the former claimer turned two-time Grade 1 winner, will try to complete her rags-to-riches story when she runs in the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Distaff at Santa Anita on Oct. 31.
Goldencents worked a sharp five furlongs in 59 seconds at Santa Anita on Friday for the final start of his career in the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile here on Oct. 31.
When one takes a horse to auction, the hope is usually that he or she will stand out from the crowd. Painted Patchen will have no trouble doing just that. The Thunder Gulch colt will be 12th registered white Thoroughbred offered at a North American ...
Jon Court capped a long, painful comeback by winning the Wednesday feature aboard the favored Honey Lake, marking his first victory since he broke his hand in a spill in the final race on Kentucky Derby Day at Churchill Downs.
Barretts will not conduct a horses of racing age sale at Del Mar on Nov. 8 as previously scheduled, according to the sale company’s general manager, Kim Lloyd.