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YESTERDAY April 17, 2014
Attempting to select the winner of Saturday’s $75,000 Lincoln overnight stakes could prove to be a daunting task. In fact, trying to predict who’ll be on the lead in the five-furlong turf dash may take a crystal ball and a measure of good fortune.
The superb form Rise Up displayed late in his 2-year-old season at the Delta Downs bullring didn’t transfer at all to the big stage in New Orleans early this year in a pair of Kentucky Derby preps. So, trainer Tom Amoss will attempt to restore Rise ...
Summer Front will attempt to rebound from a rare poor performance in the Grade 1 Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap when he returns to Calder on Saturday to defend his title in the Grade 3 Miami Mile Handicap.
In Saturday's Ben Ali Stakes at Keeneland, I like a horse whose only prior success on Keeneland’s Polytrack came in a mere allowance race – Norumbega.
DRF Plus closer looks for Keeneland on Friday, April 18.
In an attempt to make up for numerous programs that were wiped out by a severe winter in central Pennsylvania, Penn National Race Course has added five Wednesday race cards during May and June.
Zensational Bunny, who recently returned to Woodbine racing fit after a lackluster winter campaign, should be prominent in Saturday’s $125,000 Star Shoot Stakes, a six-furlong sprint for 3-year-old fillies.
DRF Plus closer looks for Aqueduct on Friday, April 18.
Wicked Strong, the Wood Memorial winner, returned to the work tab Thursday, breezing four furlongs in 49.60 seconds over the Belmont Park training track on a sunny but chilly morning.
The Federal Court of Australia issued a unanimous judgment Thursday in denying an appeal by Bruce McHugh that sought to overturn the country’s ban on artificial insemination of Thoroughbreds.