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November 06, 2017
Lane’s End in Versailles, Ky., released the advertised 2018 stud fees for three members of its stallion roster with notable runners in this year’s Breeders’ Cup, including Candy Ride, the sire of Classic winner Gun Runner, who will stand for $80,000.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Wednesday 11/8 card at Northfield Park.
The victory by Gun Runner in the Breeders' Cup Classic on Saturday left no doubt as to the Horse of the Year and champion older dirt male for 2017, and while several other Eclipse Award divisions were decided over the 13 Breeders' Cup races on Friday ...
Three interesting allowances highlight Thursday's 10-race card at Churchill Downs.
Although most of the Kentucky-based horses who competed in Breeders' Cup races and undercard stakes at Del Mar are getting time off, a couple of Mike Maker-trained runners from Breeders' Cup Saturday could reappear later this month.
Sweet Story will be shooting for the hat trick when she runs Wednesday in a $25,000 starter allowance race at Gulfstream Park West.
The overachieving Divine Miss Grey is eligible to take another step forward in a second-level allowance on Thursday at Aqueduct.
Wednesday's eighth race at Churchill Downs, a $72,000, fourth-level allowance at mile, has a distinctive Kentucky Derby flavor. Two of the six entrants, Mo Tom and Far Right, were Derby runners, with the former finishing eighth in 2016 and the latter ...
Woodbine, Malcolm Pierce, Sam-Son Farm, Ontario-bred, Pin Oak Stable,
Trainer Tony Gattellaro plans to nominate Princess Elizabeth Stakes winner Clickity Clack to a pair of late-season stakes and let the Ontario-bred filly dictate the timing of her next start.