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October 09, 2014
Led by Noble Damsel Stakes winner Annecdote, trainer Christophe Clement entered three fillies and mares on Friday for Sunday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Athenia Stakes, scheduled for 1 1/16 miles on the turf.
Jess Toast Winner will be seeking his fourth straight win on Saturday night, when he starts in the Grade 1, $385,110 Dash For Cash Futurity at Lone Star Park.
There have been two equine fatalities at Belmont this week.
Close Hatches, fourth as the 1-5 favorite in Sunday’s Grade 1 Spinster at Keeneland, returned to the track Thursday morning, jogging a mile around the Belmont Park main track under Leanna Willaford.
Kiaran McLaughlin says he doesn’t do it often, but in the paddock prior to Bay of Plenty’s return to the races Wednesday at Belmont Park he asked jockey Irad Ortiz Jr. to try and save something for the next race.
If there’s a dancing queen in the field, well, she’d better be able to perform with give in the ground. Kindred contenders Ball Dancing, Daring Dancer, Sea Queen, and Crown Queen are among the nine 3-year-old fillies in the serendipitously named Queen ...
Bill Gates has joined Southern California Thoroughbred racing, or at least the property market. In September, Gates, the co-founder of the technology giant Microsoft, finalized the $18 million purchase of Rancho Paseana, the picturesque training center ...
Tamarando, the winner of the Grade 1 Del Mar Futurity in 2013 and two other stakes, is nearing a return to racing following a summertime break.
At morning-line odds of 5-2 on Saturday, bettors should be lining up to play against Grade 3 winner Imposing Grace in Saturday's featured third race at Hawthorne.
Horseplayers who prefer multirace wagers, the pari-mutuel wagering industry’s lone growth sector in recent years, have repeatedly made their preferences clear by voting with their wallets. They want many-legged bets with low takeouts, low minimums, and ...