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November 11, 2014
A district court in Austin, Texas, has ruled that the Texas Racing Commission does not have the authority to allow slots-like betting terminals at the state’s tracks, according to published reports and to lobbyist Steve Bresnen, who works with ...
East Hall and Mr. Jordan, the two stars of Saturday’s Florida’s Millions Preview card at Gulfstream Park West, came out of their respective races in good order, although only Mr. Jordan is likely to race again this year.
ost a bit in all the hoopla surrounding Saturday’s Sunshine Millions Preview program was the performance the previous afternoon of Little Daddy, who returned to the main track and turned back from a mile to seven furlongs to trounce a strong group of ...
Johar, winner of the 2003 Breeders’ Cup Turf, died Monday after suffering a paddock injury at Mill Ridge Farm in Lexington, Ky. The son of Gone West was 15.
Racing fans with an eye for the unusual will want to tune in for Thursday’s seventh race, when nine females still eligible for second-level allowance conditions are scheduled to go 1 1/8 miles on turf. At Aqueduct, grass races at that distance are few ...
John Oxley and Mark Casse haven’t cornered the market on sons and daughters of Sky Mesa. It only seems that way.
Tangelo is a nervous filly, so much so that trainer Ben Cecil has been concerned in past races that she would lose her race before the gates even opened.
Jerardi: Look under the radar for deserving local Horse of the Year candidates
When the top jockeys have reasons to work hard during the waning days of a meet when the weather is cold and the races are generally cheap, then one should closely scrutinize all their mounts.
November 10, 2014
A run of high-priced offerings late during Monday’s session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale helped boost average and median figures compared with last year’s seventh session.