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May 11, 2015
General a Rod, who ran in all three Triple Crown races last year and who is a two-time listed stakes winner on dirt, worked four furlongs in 48.80 seconds Sunday morning over the Belmont Park turf course.
Overshadowed by all the stakes action over the weekend was the performance by the New York-bred Wincoma, who came off a layoff of nearly eight months to win a New York-bred first-level allowance race by 3 1/4 lengths on Saturday.
Twilight Eclipse, who recorded his first Grade 1 victory in Saturday’s $400,000 Man o’ War Stakes at Belmont Park, could make his next start in the Grade 1, $1 million Manhattan Stakes on June 6, trainer Tom Albertrani said Monday.
A two-day pick six carryover of $118,315 greets horseplayers Wednesday as Belmont Park kicks off its third full week of racing.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has vetoed legislation that would have legalized telephone and internet betting on horseracing in the state, citing his opposition to online gambling and an expansion of gambling.
With five of the top six finishers from the Kentucky Derby – including the first three – all under consideration for the Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico, very few are willing to take them on, which could result in the smallest Preakness field ...
Southern Barbecue, a full brother to multiple Grade 1 winner Jackson Bend, returned from a seven-month layoff to capture Sunday’s allowance feature at Gulfstream Park for owner-breeder Jacks or Better Farm and trainer Stanley Gold.
Sheer Drama, runner-up behind Molly Morgan in the Grade 1 La Troienne Stakes on May 1 at Churchill Downs, is back home with trainer David Fawkes.
Trainer George Weaver took his time getting the promising Requite back to the races. But the wait was worth it.
Looking at Divining Rod’s pedigree, it’s not hard to see why one would get excited about the colt’s stallion potential, especially if his on-track resume passes muster. A win on Saturday in the Preakness Stakes would go a long way toward checking that box.