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YESTERDAY August 27, 2014
The Pacific National Exhibition ends Monday, and although the mini-doughnuts will be missed, it means the major races at Hastings are just around the corner. On Sept. 14, the features will be the Grade 3, $150,000 British Columbia Derby and the ...
Trainer Richard Baltas said Big Macher will not have a start between now and the Breeders’ Cup. He wants to train Big Macher straight into the six-furlong BC Sprint on Nov. 1.
The Washington Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners Association summer yearling and mixed sale concluded on Tuesday with increased sales figures and a lower buyback rate in its flagship yearling portion.
Trainer Mark Ford may just have a secret weapon with Flyhawk El Durado in Friday's Zweig Memorial Trot.
Holy Force looks like a standout in a $20,000 claiming race that will serve as Friday’s feature at Northlands Park.
ThistleDown racetrack outside of Cleveland will raise purses 5 percent across the board beginning Sept. 1, the track and casino announced Wednesday.
Trainer Nifty Norman might not be expecting his star mare Bee A Magician to beat the sport’s top male trotters in Friday’s $236,000 Crawford Farms Open at Vernon Downs, but he’s not shying from the challenge, either.
Let’s try the early pick four beginning with the P.G. Johnson Stakes for 2-year-old fillies on the turf.
Silent Star and Strut the Course will renew their new rivalry Friday at Woodbine in the featured third race, a second-level optional claimer for fillies and mares, scheduled for 1 1/16 miles on the grass.
Burn Control, the least-experienced starter, offers the most upside potential in the $37,800 optional-claiming feature Friday for filly and mare turf sprinters at Monmouth Park.