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December 03, 2014
A simulcasting cooperative and the company that holds the rights to signals from a dozen tracks, including Gulfstream Park, have been unable so far to reach a resolution to a dispute that has shut off signals at simulcasting sites in a handful of ...
Jack Robbins at his best, challenged the conventional thinking, making the comfortable fret. He died last Saturday, at age 93, which means he straddled any number of eras in the Thoroughbred continuum as not only a widely respected practicing ...
Legacy will return to the friendly main track at Los Alamitos for the $200,000 Bayakoa Stakes on Saturday.
Claiming horses may be the focus of attention on opening day, but the popular Claiming Crown is only a prelude to what promises to be another star studded winter season that begins Saturday at Gulfstream Park.
La Tia, the Illinois-bred who won last weeknd's Grade 1 Matriarch at Del Mar, will be considered for the Grade 3, $150,000 Marshua’s River on Jan. 10 at Gulfstream Park.
Sam Lato Sr., a steward for 25 years, died Monday in Houston, according to family members. He was 71.
Sunland Park in New Mexico has strengthened its prep schedule for the Grade 3, $800,000 Sunland Derby, increased purses for stakes supporting the March 22 race, and restructured its raceweek among notable changes to the meet that opens on Friday.
Jerry Hollendorfer said Wednesday that he intends to run Shared Belief in the $300,000 Malibu Stakes for 3-year-olds over seven furlongs at Santa Anita on Dec. 26.
Coming off a Belmont fall meet for which handle was down $32.1 million from last year, the New York Racing Association experienced another down meet business-wise at Aqueduct, where all-sources handle was down $26.1 million from last fall.
U S Ranger will relocate to Rancho San Miguel in San Miguel, Calif., where he will stand the 2015 breeding season for an advertised fee of $3,000.