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November 08, 2017
Kelly Breen typically is nowhere near Kentucky at this time of year, but the veteran trainer sent seven horses to run at the Churchill fall meet.
Dale Romans said he is undeterred despite the disappointing performances of his two starters in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile and is looking ahead to happier days with both.
Breeders' Cup Mile winner World Approval was headed for Florida on Wednesday along with the rest of trainer Mark Casse's Breeders' Cup contingent. He and Casse's six other starters all are intended for 2018 campaigns.
As Bruce Trogdon made his way around the Standardbred Horse Sale the past couple days, he was looking to the future, but still keeping an eye on the present as well. A present that might include several more races for 3-year-old male pacer Fear The ...
A federal jury in Louisiana has found a backstretch veterinarian and a compounding pharmacy guilty on several counts related to the sale and distribution of a powerful synthetic pain-killing drug to trainers in the state.
Harryhee's last effort was a sharp improvement against a sharp foe in Blings Express. If he builds on his strong performance, he could be a handful.
It seems there were two jockeys of the week during the Breeders' Cup – and they both ride in New York.
Mind Your Biscuits has earned more than $2.3 million with only one of his 18 starts coming at a distance longer than seven furlongs. We'll find out if he can go farther in the Grade 1 Cigar Mile on Dec. 2 at Aqueduct.
Spring to the Sky has won a race each season since he started out in 2011. But this year the 8-year-old has raced only five times and is yet to reach the winner's circle. That could change Friday at Aqueduct when Spring to the Sky goes postward for a ...
Eastern-based trainers Brian Lynch and George Weaver each has brought a small stable of horses to Del Mar. Weaver initially brought eight horses, and Lynch brought some 2-year-olds and turf runners.