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October 14, 2014
Two-year-old stakes winners Light the City and Lord Nelson are unlikely to run in the Breeders’ Cup but have Grade 1 goals at Los Alamitos in December, their trainers said.
American Pharoah, trainer Bob Baffert’s leading 2-year-old, worked six furlongs in 1:11.80 on Tuesday at Santa Anita, preparing for the BC Juvenile on Nov. 1.
Churchill Downs in Louisville and Kentucky Downs in Franklin on Tuesday were ordered by a committee of the state’s racing commission to engage in mediated discussions over September racing dates next year, with the two tracks agreeing to continue the ...
Kent Desormeaux is eager for a comeback.
When Steel Lady switched surfaces this fall, going from Del Mar’s synthetic surface to Santa Anita’s dirt surface, her career came alive.
For all the outstanding stayers who have passed through Keeneland, none has won the Elkhorn Stakes and Sycamore Stakes in the same year. Unitarian will try to pull off that elusive double Thursday when he makes his first start since he won the Elkhorn ...
After getting off to a bit of a rocky start due to a technical glitch at several simulcast sites last Wednesday and Thursday, business picked up steadily during the opening week of the inaugural Gulfstream Park West meet.
Cashmere Cat and Shatak, who finished a length apart at a mile on Travers Day, shorten up to seven furlongs for their rematch in a preliminary allowance Thursday at Belmont Park.
East Hall, the upset winner of the Grade 2 Indiana Derby in his last start, will run next in the Grade 3 Discovery at Aqueduct on Nov. 1.
David O’Meara has made a huge breakthrough at the highest level this year, and the 37-year-old trainer is aiming to add further polish with two solid contenders on this weekend’s Qipco British Champions Day at Ascot.