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November 27, 2015
Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer's first objective after winning the 7,000th race of his career was to find more winners.
I’ll try to hit the last pick four on the Churchill card today on a fairly budget-conscious ticket, and to do so, I’ve taken a stand in the Clark Handicap, where I’m all in on Todd Pletcher. Here’s a look race by race.
Rattataptap, who won a one-mile allowance race last weekend, could turn back to seven furlongs for the Grade 1 La Brea Stakes on Dec. 26, opening day of Santa Anita's winter meeting, according to trainer Phil D'Amato.
Mongolian Saturday received special treatment befitting a Breeders' Cup winner when he was given permission to work over a freshly watered and harrowed main track after regular training hours Friday morning at Gulfstream Park. Mongolian Saturday will ...
The Pizza Man, who scored a popular victory Thursday in the Grade 2 Hollywood Turf Cup, will leave Del Mar on Monday, bound for New Orleans, where he will spend the winter at Fair Grounds, trainer Roger Brueggemann said Friday morning.
Four months of winter racing begin Thursday at Turfway Park with new post times and a new spot on the racing calendar for the northern Kentucky track's showcase event, the Spiral Stakes.
On paper, the Grade 2 Falls City Handicap had a terrific lineup of 13 fillies and mares for its 100th running Thursday – then reality intervened.
Churchill Downs has struggled with filling races in recent years, as track officials have consistently cited the competition from tracks with slots as the most compelling factor, but this fall was a notable exception to the recent rule.
While the winner of last year's Empire Classic – the richest race restricted to New York-breds – was chasing Grade 1 glory Saturday in Kentucky, the winner of this year's Empire Classic has less lofty aspirations.
Clearly Now rallied for third on Thursday in the six-furlong Thanksgiving Handicap, and after the race trainer Ron Faucheux said he may take the horse out of town to find a longer sprint.