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April 03, 2015
Trainer Jorge Navarro broke out of a mini-slump Thursday, sending out the winners of both halves of the early daily double at Gulfstream Park, the odds-on Loverbil in the opener and the front-running Wellingtons Appeal over the turf in the second race.
Racing can be a tough business, full of highs and lows that can strike at any moment. Just ask trainer Bill Kaplan.
Tom Proctor, the latest trainer to hang his shingle at the idyllic Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland, had one serious concern. “I was afraid it might be too quiet,” Proctor said.
Captain Serious returned from a 75-day layoff with a sharp 4 1/4-length victory in a New York-bred allowance Thursday at Aqueduct.
John Parisella couldn’t stay away.
Brian Lynch did quite well last year shipping horses to New York from his Canadian base. From 20 starters, he won five races, including four stakes, and his horses finished in the money 55 percent of the time.
Keeneland bore the brunt of a heavy spring rainstorm Friday when turf races were forced to a sloppy main track and conditions were initially miserable for the opening of a 15-day spring meet.
Each week DRF Harness will bring you PA Harness Week. This 30-minute show highlights the best of Pennsylvania harness racing as well as what is happening on the national scene.
The $1 million Hambletonian and filly companion stake, the $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks, will be raced on Saturday afternoon, August 8, at the Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The 90th edition of the classic event will feature ...
Smart Strike’s death March 25 due to complications from laminitis brought an end to one of the most complete résumés a modern Thoroughbred has known. A product of Canada’s most prominent modern family, Smart Strike lived up to expectations on the ...