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November 17, 2015
The fields for Zia Park’s most prestigious races were drawn Tuesday, with Breeders’ Cup Distaff starter Calamity Kate headlining the $300,000 Oaks and International Star set to make his first start since March in the $200,000 Zia Park Derby.
All-sources wagering at Keeneland Racecourse in Lexington, Ky., on Oct. 30-31, when 13 Breeders’ Cup races were held at the track over two days, was $155.5 million, a slight decline from all-sources wagering at Santa Anita over the two-day event last year.
When dealing with 2-year-olds patience is a required trait for any trainer. For Pat Lachance, who starts Penpal in the $385,250 Three Diamonds Final on Friday at the Meadowlands, the wait may finally be about to pay dividends.
The Virginia Racing Commission on Tuesday rejected an application by Colonial Downs in New Kent for a four-day race meet next year, opening the door for a horsemen’s group to play a larger role in racing in the state.
The connections of Triple Crown winner American Pharoah have been selected to receive the Big Sport of Turfdom Award from the Turf Publicists of America
Yonkers Raceway has announced the 2016 Yonkers International Trot is set for Saturday afternoon, Oct. 15.
Garnet Barnsdale's analysis of the Thursday 11/19 card at Woodbine Harness.
Mike Dempsey, the longtime director of racing at Monmouth Park, will retire at the end of the year.
Grade 2 winner Zivo has been retired from racing and will stand the 2016 season at Rick Burke’s Irish Hill Century Farm in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., for a fee of $6,000.
Litfin: Aqueduct Horses to Watch for week of Nov. 16