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October 13, 2014
The last time Spring Reason raced on the Keeneland turf, she was beaten a nose on opening weekend of the 2014 spring meet at 30-1, surely frustrating a few of her scattered backers.
Pennsylvania stallion Offlee Wild, the sire of recent Grade 1 winner Bayern, has been sold to stand in Turkey.
The concept of making it mandatory for horses to compete during their four-year-old season was an admirable attempt to recreate the past, but there's been more of an erosion of talent than an improvement.
E Dubai, sire of 2012 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Fort Larned, will relocate to Elite Thoroughbreds in Folsom, La., for the 2015 breeding season, standing for an advertised fee of $3,500.The 16-year-old son of Mr. Prospector previously stood at ...
Trip Notes for Oct. 11-12: Knickerbocker, Queen Elizabeth II, Athenia by Michael Hammersly.
October 12, 2014
Downtown C.T. controlled the pace as he won his stakes debut in the $75,000 Bull Dog Handicap at the Big Fresno Fair on Sunday.
One could make a case for several of the eight entrants in the $150,000 Carotene, a nine-furlong turf stakes for Ontario-bred 3-year-old fillies. However, the speedy Zazinga (2-1) seems vulnerable at the distance, while competing on fairly short rest ...
Making his first start since winning the Florida Derby, and his first start since a hairline fracture knocked him off the Triple Crown trail, Constitution suffered the first loss of his career when fourth in Sunday’s eighth race at Belmont Park.
Katie’s Garden, a lightly raced and improving 4-year-old, is the one to beat in race 7, the $100,000 Punkin Pie Stakes at seven furlongs.
Showing her customary alacrity, the overachieving Illinois-bred La Tia scurried to the lead, rated nicely under Joel Rosario, and turned back late bids from Byrama and Overheard to win Sunday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Athenia Stakes in a three-way photo at ...