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June 23, 2015
A year ago, Untapable was the queen of the Mother Goose. But while this year’s Grade 1 Mother Goose won’t have a standout, it is not likely to have a large field either.
An affiliate of the Humane Society of the U.S. has joined with its parent organization to support a lobbying effort seeking legislation that would lead to a federally appointed overseer of racing’s medication policies and enforcement, the affiliate ...
Eleven elimination races featuring some of the best pacing and trotting talent in North America will take place on Saturday evening at Pocono Downs. The lineup includes last year’s Horse of the Year, the all-time leader in earnings and quite a few ...
Five of the nine races on Belmont’s Thursday program are for New York-breds, including three allowance events. The richest of those is race 3, an unrestricted $75,000 event for fillies and mares at a flat mile out of the chute.
The impressive Grade 3 winner Kentuckian ranks as trainer Jerry Hollendorfer’s top 3-year-old, but the colt has backup.Those include flashy allowance winner Desert Dynamo and stakes winner Cross the Line.
Motown Men has spent the last three months defying logic and expectations for Gulliver Racing and trainer Ted H. West.
At the age of 94, Jerry Bozzo became the oldest trainer ever to win a stakes when Flutterby ran the race of her life to capture the Sea Lily Handicap here last month. On July 5, Bozzo will attempt to become the oldest trainer ever to win a graded ...
Before going home to England for a brief vacation, Sophie Doyle left Kentucky with easily the richest win of her riding career.
Jockey Victor Lebron returned Sunday at Churchill following a seven-week hiatus in preparation for what he and agent Nelson Arroyo hope will be a productive summer at Ellis Park.
Corey Lanerie has been the dominant jockey in recent years at Churchill Downs, but he’s got company atop the standings as the 2015 spring meet winds to a close.