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November 30, 2014
Looking fresh, fit, and, if you got too close to him, quite dangerous, California Chrome was in fine condition at Del Mar on Sunday morning, the day after he made a successful move to the turf when capturing the Grade 1 Hollywood Derby.
It’s closing day for the Bing Crosby meet at Del Mar, and while most people will be focusing on the pick six carryover and the mandatory payout for that wager, I’ll look at a few individual races to try to make some decent scores on.
Considering yesterday’s intense rail bias along with today’s soft turf course, two grass races moved to the main track, and a 2-year-old maiden special weight full of first-time starters smack-dab in the middle of the early pick four and pick five, I’m ...
For the fifth time in six career starts, Hear the Chatter made short work of his competition Saturday night in the $68,675 West Virginia Futurity at Charles Town.
Jls Dashn and Zoomn backed up his memorable trial win for the $1 million LQHBA Breeders Futurity at Evangeline Downs with a half-length win over Jes a Fast Dasher in Saturday night’s finale. Jls Dashn and Zoomn was the fastest qualifier for the LQHBA ...
November 29, 2014
Jack K. Robbins, one of the sport’s true Renaissance men and patriarch of an influential racing family, died late Saturday afternoon at his home in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., after a battle with the effects of pulmonary and respiratory disease. He was 93.
Scott Zeron completed an amazing first season at the Meadowlands capturing the $500,000 TVG FFA Trot Final on Saturday night with Intimidate. The five-year-old by Justice Hall, sent off as a 13-1 shot, overtook Market Share near the wire in a 1:51 2/5 ...
Sweet Lou went out a winner. The Ron Burke trainee posted an ultra-impressive victory in the $500,000 TVG Final for older pacers at the Meadowlands on Saturday night and locked up year-end honors in his division.
Jockey Richard Eramia is expected to be sidelined about two weeks after dislocating his shoulder Saturday at Fair Grounds in New Orleans, according to his agent, Rick Mocklin.
Ben's Cat received a perfect trip under jockey Julian Pimentel in the $200,000 Fabulous Strike Handicap at Penn National, and he made the most of it, finishing full of run to win the six-furlong race going away by 3 1/4 lengths.