February 05, 2018
Queen's Plate winner Holy Helena proved she's just as good on turf as on dirt and synthetic surfaces when making her grass bow a winning one in Sunday's $53,000 allowance feature.
Sometimes you never know what little surprises you're going to get during the Gulfstream Park Championship meet. Friday's card, featuring the 2018 debut of top sprinter Mind Your Biscuits, is a case in point.
The West Virginia Racing Commission on Monday voted 3-0 to approve the $1.2 million purse of the Grade 2 Charles Town Classic and the track's 2018 stakes schedule. The decision came 13 days after the commission voted 2-0 to limit the Classic purse to ...
Brewster Smith's analysis of the Tuesday 2/6 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Julie Miller enjoyed a memorable 2017. The year began with her induction into the Iowa Harness Racing Hall of Fame, where she joined her father, Owen Julius, and continued through the season with a string of stakes wins and notable Grand Circuit ...
Grade 2 winner Ready’s Image will relocate to Midwest Equine and Veterinary Hospital in Trafalgar, Ind., for the 2018 breeding season, where he will stand for an advertised fee of $2,000.
River Boyne and Buckstopper Kit were purchased at auction in England last fall for approximately $214,000 by the Southern California stable of Jed and Roberta Cohen and their family. The investment is paying off.
Untamed Domain could make his dirt debut in the March 10 Tampa Bay Derby as he attempts to enter the Kentucky Derby picture following a decent third-place finish as the 6-5 favorite Saturday in the Dania Beach Stakes on the Gulfstream turf.
Strike Power passed another test with flying colors by winning the Swale Stakes last weekend at Gulfstream Park. Now comes deeper water for a 3-year-old colt who has earned the right to give the Kentucky Derby trail a try.
Andrew Hawkins' Hong Kong selections and analysis for Wednesday, February 7, 2018 - happy Valley