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YESTERDAY February 10, 2016
A rule that nearly excluded the talented 3-year-old Tom's Ready from the Lecomte Stakes, in which he finished second and earned qualifying points for the Kentucky Derby, could come into play again at Fair Grounds when entries are taken for the Grade 2, ...
Mike Luzzi will ride Green Gratto in Monday's Grade 3, $250,000 General George Stakes at Laurel Park, trainer and part-owner Gaston Grant said Wednesday. Luzzi, a three-time winner of the General George, will replace Kendrick Carmouche, who has elected ...
Trainer Rudy Rodriguez entered Good Luck Gus and Royal Posse in Saturday's $100,000 Haynesfield for New York-bred 4-year-olds and up at 1 1/16 miles.
There was some allure for trainer and part-owner Jimmy Iselin to ship Willet to Maryland for Saturday's Grade 2, $300,000 Barbara Fritchie Stakes at Laurel. But the specter of sub-freezing temperatures in Maryland and the chance to run Willet out of ...
The California Thoroughbred Breeders Association announced its champions for racing and breeding for 2015, with its meeting and awards dinner to be held on Feb. 17 at the Pasadena Westin in Pasadena, Calif. All champions were announced on Feb. 8, ...
Trainer Gerald Brooks has entered three horses for owner Vince Campanella in the $75,000 John B. Campbell Stakes on Saturday at Laurel Park. On Wednesday, he said they all will start.
The undefeated Mohaymen is the favorite at 5-1 on the line set by Mike Watchmaker, Daily Racing Form’s national handicapper, for the inaugural Derby Watch top 20 of 2016.
Jockey Eric Camacho has been suspended after testing positive for marijuana at Laurel Park on Feb. 5. Maryland Racing Commission officials tested all of the riders in that day’s second race.
The Grade 2 Barbara Fritchie at Laurel Park on Saturday has an eerily familiar ring to it. In 2015, locally based Lady Sabelia faced a red hot 4-year-old shipper who went off favored. Last year that role was filled by Sam's Sister. On Saturday it will ...
It was just four years ago that trainer Doug O'Neill, jockey Mario Gutierrez, and owner Paul Reddam won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness with I'll Have Another, who parlayed a pair of victories at Santa Anita earlier that year into success in the first ...