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November 12, 2014
Aqueduct ain’t going away just yet. When the New York Racing Association Reorganization Board makes its recommendations to the state regarding the future of the company and its three racetracks, it will not include a proposal regarding the future of ...
Wednesday’s ninth session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale posted gains in gross, average, and median, as the auction transitioned into its final three days of selling with no pause in momentum.
Trainer Michael S. Ferraro sent out his 3,000th career winner when Sweet Sweet Afleet won the eighth race at Finger Lakes on Wednesday.
The brilliant 3-year-old miler Kingman has been named the Cartier Horse of the Year for 2014, it was announced Tuesday.
Derick Giwner's analysis of the Friday 11/14 card at The Meadowlands, featuring Breeders Crown eliminations.
Churchill Downs Inc. has reached a deal to buy a mobile-gaming company, Big Fish, for a price that could rise to $885 million, the two companies announced late on Wednesday.
Dissatisfaction among veterinarians and trainers with Kentucky’s effort to comply with uniform rules on medication use boiled over at a meeting on Wednesday of an advisory group to the state’s racing commission, with some members of the group ...
Greg Gangle's analysis of the Friday 11/14 card at Woodbine Harness.
Brewster Smith's analysis of the Friday 11/14 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Following a three-day carryover, the $2 pick six at Aqueduct on Wednesday paid $1,854, as what looked like a formidable sequence instead proved formful.