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January 10, 2015
Control Stake delivered as the 1-5 favorite at Delta Downs on Saturday night, when he rolled to a two-length win in the $75,000 Big Drama.
The first start of 2015 for Bayern, the Breeders’ Cup Classic winner, is in flux, due to a quarter crack, trainer Bob Baffert said on Saturday at Santa Anita.
With management and horsemen committing to be more vigilant and with a planned re-examination of an inner track it already deems safe, the New York Racing Association plans to go on with the remainder of Aqueduct’s winter meet schedule as is, ...
A 50-cent pick four closes out the card at Gulfstream Park on Sunday, and with the modest minimum, the ticket can be played at levels that won’t deplete the wallet.
Calculator hadn’t run since September, his trainer warned he wasn’t fully cranked up for his comeback Saturday in the Sham Stakes, and Calculator was fanned five paths wide on the first turn and three paths wide on the far turn. Add all that up, using ...
Private Zone, a two-time Grade 1 winner in 2014 and a finalist for an Eclipse Award as the nation's premier sprinter, will be trained by Jorge Navarro when he returns to the races in 2015.
Good Deed does not race that often, but when she does, she tends to win. On Saturday at Fair Grounds, she beat Seeking Ms Shelley by 2 1/2 lengths in the $57,600 Pan Zareta Stakes, her ninth victory from 16 starts. Pretty good, indeed.
Parranda returned quick dividends after being purchased two months earlier at the Keeneland November Sale, parlaying her inherent class and a perfect ride by jockey John Velazquez into a popular three-length victory over Skylander Girl in Saturday’s ...
Bold Thunder lived up to his name at Tampa Bay Downs on Saturday with a thunderous track record-setting victory against an overmatched field of 10 turf sprinters in the $80,000 Tampa Turf Dash.
Lea overcame an 11-month layoff and an eventful trip to successfully defend his title in Saturday’s $150,000 Hal’s Hope at Gulfstream Park.