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November 29, 2017
Trainer John Servis will have contenders in both the Demoiselle and Remsen – Grade 2, $200,000 stakes for juvenile females and males, respectively, at Aqueduct on Saturday.
The decision by the New York Racing Association to move the Cigar Mile back a week on the calendar seemed to pay dividends as four of the 10 horses entered Wednesday for Saturday's Grade 1 stakes are coming out of races run on Breeders' Cup weekend.
Harness racing’s two richest horses this year, Downbytheseaside and Fear The Dragon, will meet for the final time in Thursday’s $308,060 Hap Hansen Progress Pace for 3-year-old male pacers at Dover Downs.
The COO of Meadowlands Racing and Entertainment, Jeff Gural, will appear on Post Time with Mike and Mike this Thursday to discuss some of the issues plaguing harness racing and how he plans to address these concerns between his three racetracks.
Jockey Tracy Hebert reached a milestone of 4,000 Thoroughbred wins in North America on Tuesday, when he guided Rational Decision to a 4 1/4-length victory in the fourth race at Zia Park in Hobbs, N.M.
Norman McKnight, a former Standardbred driver who is in the midst of his best year training Thoroughbreds, will be wintering at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark., for the first time following the close of the Woodbine meet on Dec. 10.
Caleb's Posse, the winner of the Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile in 2011, will be among six inductees into the Oklahoma Horse Racing Hall of Fame on Dec. 15 at Remington Park.
The one-mile distance of Saturday's Soviet Problem Stakes at Los Alamitos holds the greatest appeal for Phil D'Amato, who trains Carpathia for owner and breeder Nick Alexander.
Late N Left frequently gives trainer Anthony Saavedra positive vibes. “She's got a ton of energy,” he said on Wednesday. “She never gets tired.”
Mr. Hinx, who was vanned off after finishing second in the Damascus Stakes at Del Mar on Nov. 3, is recovering from surgery for a displaced condylar fracture of a foreleg.