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January 14, 2015
Four stakes, including the Grade 1 San Antonio Stakes and the Donn Handicap, will be broadcast live Feb. 7 on Fox Sports as the first program in the 2015 Jockey Club Tour on Fox series, the Jockey Club and Fox announced Wednesday.
Delaware Park will race 81 days as part of a 2015 schedule approved Wednesday by the Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission. The track will open its 78th season May 16 and race through Oct. 17.
Eclipse Award finalist Don’t Tell Sophia had been targeting the $100,000 Pippin at Oaklawn on Saturday for her first start of the year, but weather-related training disruptions led her to pass the race when entries were taken Wednesday, said her ...
Private Prospect brought a tidy record into last year’s Breeders’ Cup Juvenile at Santa Anita. The multiple stakes winner had won 3 of 4 career starts, with his lone loss coming by a head when he finished second in the Grade 3 Arlington Washington ...
NEW ORLEANS – Pedro Zavala, the track superintendent at Fair Grounds, said Wednesday morning that he planned to blade and work the racing surface Wednesday afternoon in an effort to change the complexion of the main track.
NEW ORLEANS – West Coast Belle, undefeated in three starts and the winner of the Grade 2 Golden Rod in her most recent race, was credited with a half-mile work in 51.20 seconds at Fair Grounds on Wednesday, though trainer Wayne Catalano said West Coast ...
Run Hide My Girl and Parc Monceau will attempt to continue trainer Tom Amoss’s stakes success at Delta Downs on Friday night, when they start as two of the top choices in the $70,000 El Dorado.
If I were betting, I would bet on California Chrome for Horse of the Year. I think he is the most likely winner, given the makeup of the electorate and how that electorate has voted in the past. Bottom line, it was nice for all of us to have a voice in ...
Give a horseman a choice between a talented early-season 3-year-old with size and scope and a more diminutive model, and – particularly with classic-race aspirations in mind – he probably will choose the big horse. But bigger is not always better. ...
OZONE PARK, N.Y. – Micromanage, who perhaps ran the best race of his career when he won the Queens County Stakes last month at Aqueduct, will run back in Monday’s $100,000 Jazil Stakes here, trainer Todd Pletcher said Wednesday.