February 07, 2018
Garnet Barnsdale's analysis of the Friday 2/9 card at Woodbine Harness.
Brewster Smith's analysis of the Friday 2/9 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Half-siblings Flash Trading and Not Taken have combined to win three of their last five starts and both seem headed for stakes action in their next starts, according to trainer John Terranova.
While trainer Mark Hennig is leaning toward putting Swale Stakes winner Strike Power in the Fountain of Youth at Gulfstream Park on March 3, Aqueduct's Gotham Stakes one week later is also on the table.
California Night was scratched from last Saturday's Grade 3 Withers Stakes where he would have been a longshot and was re-routed to this Saturday's $150,000 Jimmy Winkfield Stakes where he would appear to be a better fit.
Jorge Ricardo, a 56-year-old rider based in Brazil, broke the record for most all-time wins by a jockey when he took the fourth race on Wednesday at San Isidro racecourse in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Friday's co-featured fourth race, a $52,000, second-level allowance/optional claimer at a mile, drew a field of six fillies and mares led by My Country, She Takes Heart, and the enigmatic Florida Fabulous.
Trainer Charles “Scooter” Dickey said One Go All Go first caught his eye when finishing third, beaten just a length, behind his graded stakes winner Flatlined in an overnight stakes last summer at Ellis Park. So, when One Go All Go showed up in the ...
Lone Star Park's stakes schedule for the 2018 meet, which opens April 19, is again topped by a pair of Grade 3, $200,000 races: the Steve Sexton Mile on May 6 and the Lone Star Park Handicap on May 27.
Mobile Bay has drawn post 7 in the eight-horse Louisiana Premier Night Championship, the main event on Saturday night's program of seven divisional statebred stakes at Delta Downs.