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April 08, 2014
Footbridge will race at 1 1/4 miles on dirt for the first time in an optional claimer at Santa Anita on Thursday, and trainer Eoin Harty is cautiously optimistic.
When Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas, opens for its 18th Thoroughbred spring meet Thursday night, the track will utilize something it couldn’t for much of the first month of last year’s meet: its turf course.
Horsemen will receive approximately 10.6 percent of the net revenue from casinos at two racetracks in Ohio under the 10-year agreements that were recently approved by the Ohio Racing Commission, the head of the state’s Thoroughbred horsemen’s group ...
California Chrome made his debut almost a year ago. Not even trainer Art Sherman could have dreamed that the colt would end up as the early favorite for the Kentucky Derby.
The 3-year-old Pete’s Slew improved his record to 4 for 4 in non-stakes events last Thursday, rallying five wide to win a six-furlong $80,000 optional claimer. Pete’s Slew’s only two losses came in stakes, and trainer Tim McCanna said he might give the ...
Trainer Jamie Osborne on Tuesday made official what he and owner Michael Buckley had insinuated for the past week: Toast of New York, the winner of the United Arab Emirates Derby, will not travel to the United States for the May 3 Kentucky Derby at ...
Last week, trainer Billy Morey was hoping that a one-mile allowance race on turf would fill because it would be a perfect prep for Positive Response for the Grade 3 San Francisco Mile on turf April 26. When the race didn’t fill, Morey went to Plan B,
Mark Casse came to Keeneland this spring with 40 horses and a notion that he might do some good. All it took was one weekend to get him to start thinking in bigger terms.
The $1.5 million Charles Town Classic on April 19 is coming up fast. And there are going to be some really fast horses in the gate, making for one of the best fields of older horses assembled in 2014.
Grade 2 winner Birdrun has been retired from racing and will begin his stallion career at Poplar Creek Horse Farm in Bethel, Ohio for an advertised fee of $2,000.