YESTERDAY February 16, 2018
The fourth annual Goshen Yearling Sale has been set for Sunday (Sept. 9) at the Mark Ford Training Center in Middletown, N.Y., just down the road from the Goshen Historic Track, the “Cradle of the Trotter.”
There are two surefire ingredients of near-certain failure when it comes to the recipe for a Thoroughbred racehorse. First, bring him into this world as a full brother to a champion. Then, name him for a friend. On Monday at Santa Anita, the 3-year-old ...
Trainer Jason Servis skipped a couple of spots with Picco Uno and he hopes patience pays off when he brings the 5-year-old New York-bred mare back to the races in Sunday's $100,000 Broadway Stakes at Aqueduct.
Apprentice jockey Franklin Ceballos has been suspended three days from Feb. 23-25 for failing to ride Stole My ‘Art to the finish of the eighth race at Santa Anita on Feb. 11.
Dalmore's emphatic win in an optional claimer at Santa Anita on Thursday has trainer Keith Desormeaux thinking of starting him in the Grade 1 Santa Anita Handicap on March 10.
Daily Racing Form writer Marty Mcgee analyzes the Saturday card at Gulfstream Park.
Pubilius Syrus needs a start, leading to an appearance in Sunday's $75,000 Baffle Stakes for 3-year-olds at about 6 1/2 furlongs on the hillside turf course at Santa Anita.
Tiger Moth, who won the Houston Ladies Classic on Jan. 28 with a career-best performance, will make her next start March 17 in the Azeri Stakes at Oaklawn with an eye toward the Grade 1 Apple Blossom there, trainer Brad Cox said.
Conquest Big E, runner-up to Tommy Macho in the Jan. 27 Fred Hooper, sharpened for his next start in the Grade 3, $100,000 Hal's Hope when blowing out a half-mile here Friday in 47.81 seconds
Trainer Brad Cox's ever-advancing racing stable has attracted a new client of international renown – Prince Khalid Abdullah's Juddmonte Farms.