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February 27, 2015
West Point Thoroughbreds, the racing partnership company, has signed a deal giving it presenting sponsorship rights to the Breeders’ Cup Betting Challenge, and the company will award financial interests in a West Point Thoroughbreds horse to the top ...
A quick return to racing at a shorter distance will test the 7-year-old gelding Memphis in a first-level optional $20,000 claimer for California-breds on Sunday at Santa Anita.
Veteran jockey Francisco Torres, who decided at the last minute to ride at Fair Grounds this season, is having a strong meet. Through Thursday, Torres stood in fourth place in the jockeys’ standings with 52 victories from 327 mounts.
A subsidiary of The Jockey Club, the nonprofit organization that owns several large racing-related companies, has bought a controlling interest in Blood-Horse, the media organization that publishes the only weekly magazine covering Thoroughbred racing ...
In between will be the 2015 juvenile sale season, in which all four of the major North American auction companies – Keeneland, Fasig-Tipton, Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co., and Barretts – will undergo a significant change. Some will find new homes, some are ...
Joe Sharp, who has been winning races at a high rate since going out on his own as a trainer six months ago, has kicked into overdrive recently at Fair Grounds.
Regardless of how his 2013 running lines in England might be interpreted, Matrooh figures to take serious action Sunday in the $48,000 feature race at Gulfstream Park.
Following are horses to watch at the Fasig-Tipton Florida selected sale of 2-year-olds in training, based on their pedigrees and past auction performance, both their own and by notable family members.
Injured jockey Trevor McCarthy was scheduled to begin exercising horses Friday at Palm Meadows for trainer Graham Motion, according to agent Scott Silver.
Main Sequence is a classic example of how great breeders weave the bloodlines of their great racehorses in the pedigrees of champions.