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July 03, 2015
Trainer Eddie Truman said recently that go four-time stakes winner Go West Marie has sustained an injury that could lead to her being retired at the end of this year and sold as a broodmare prospect.
Jimmy McNerney checked off yet another box on his racetrack to-do list Friday when he began calling races at Ellis Park, his hometown track.
3-year-old trotting filly Mission Brief was adorned with hobbles for the first time and successfully completed the mile without a miscue.
Bluegrass Angus passed his first test going a middle distance with flying colors in the $50,000 Chris Loseth Handicap at Hastings last Wednesday. The main goal for Bluegrass Angus is the Grade 3, $250,000 British Columbia Derby on Sept. 13. Trainer ...
A maiden romp in one of the fastest six-furlong races of the Santa Anita spring meet notwithstanding, Super Majesty is no cinch when she faces winners for the first time Sunday at Los Alamitos.
Red Vine and Race Day, two improving runners who could move on to some of the major races in the handicap division later this summer, will meet Sunday at Monmouth Park in the Grade 3, $150,000 Salvator Mile.
DRF handicapper Dan Illman provides his best plays on Saturday's program at Belmont Park.
Work All Week dropped his 2015 debut in the Grade 3 Aristides at Churchill Downs to a red-hot Alsvid. The reigning Sprint champion since has traveled nearly 1,100 miles and will try to avenge that setback when he and Alsvid meet again at Gulfstream ...
Trainer Craig Lewis said on Friday that Joe Talamo will ride Warren’s Veneda in the Grade 2 Great Lady M Stakes on July 12 at Los Alamitos, replacing Tyler Baze,
Sky Treasure came with a strong run under Gary Boulanger to win the Grade 2 Nassau Stakes in her last start on May 23 and will be looking to double up in Sunday’s Grade 2, $200,000 Dance Smartly Stakes over 1 1/8 miles on Woodbine’s turf course.