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March 19, 2015
When it was reported that Ogygian died last Saturday, three days short of his actual 32nd birthday, it triggered a flood of memories about one of the most talented and frustrating racehorses of his era.
Royal Son broke through with an upset win in last month’s John Battaglia Memorial Stakes on Turfway Park’s synthetic surface, the local prep for the Grade 3 Spiral Stakes this Saturday. The Tiznow colt will get a class test in the days and weeks ahead ...
Trainer Marty Wolfson has three of the seven older fillies and mares entered in Saturday’s Grade 2 Inside Information Stakes, and he pretty much summed up the general feeling about the race in one sentence. “My horses are all doing well, but I don’t ...
Friends, co-workers and racetrack acquaintances of Allen Jerkens reflect on the man known as The Chief, who died Wednesday at 85.
Mary Rampellini's Horses to Watch at Oaklawn for March 19.
The Harrison Johnson Memorial is the better of the two $100,000 races for 3-year-olds and up on the four-stakes Saturday card at Laurel Park.
A committee of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission is scheduled to consider a rule next week that would allow tracks to write races that prohibit the use of the anti-bleeding medication furosemide within 24 hours of post time, according to material ...
Someone will take a big step forward in the Grade 3, $150,000 Bourbonette Oaks on Saturday at Turfway Park. Worth 50 Kentucky Oaks qualifying points to the winner, the race drew a full field of 12, with two on the also-eligible list. Only three fillies ...
Royal Son was still very impressive. I think the 93 was real and I think it more likely that he would repeat the figure than not.
Royal Son was very impressive winning the John Battaglia Memorial at Turfway Park. I think the 93 Beyer Speed Figure was real and I think it more likely that he would repeat the figure than not in Saturday’s Spiral Stakes.