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November 24, 2014
The last big week of the New York season begins the same way as the last two weeks, with a multiple-day carryover in the pick six. After going un-hit for the third straight weekend, there is a double carryover of $91,575 beginning with race 4 at 1:47 ...
Between nine and 13 horses are expected to be entered Wednesday when the Grade 2, $250,000 Hawthorne Gold Cup is drawn. The Gold Cup, the lone graded stakes race at Hawthorne’s fall-winter meet, will be contested Saturday.
Al Stall Jr. knows how to gauge the depth of the Clark Handicap.
“Blame won the Clark in 2009, when it was a Grade 2,” Stall said, referring to his all-time best horse, who a year later was voted champion older male after winning the Breeders’ Cup ...
Grade 2 winner and young sire Salute the Sarge will relocate to stand the 2015 breeding season at E.A. Ranches in Ramona, Calif., for an advertised fee of $1,000, which will be waived for approved mares.
Jockey Eurico Rosa Da Silva, who piloted Up With the Birds to his only win of this season in the Grade 2 Nijinsky Stakes at Woodbine on July 19, will have the mount for Sunday’s Group 1 Japan Cup at Tokyo Racecourse.
Maryland-based millionaire Ben’s Cat won the Fabulous Strike Handicap each of the past two years and missed by a neck in a three-way photo when the sprint was known as the Six Bits in 2011. Despite his accomplishments, Ben’s Cat is no better than third ...
Trainer Mark Casse recorded his meet-leading 21st stakes victory in last Saturday’s Glorious Song Stakes and will look to add to that total this weekend with strong representation in both 2-year-old stakes races.
The severity of the local weather having eased, Churchill Downs will resume Wednesday with the primary focus turning to the quality (and quantity) of racing during the final week of the fall meet.
Bob Pandolfo's Sharp Horses and Track Trends report featuring horses from Balmoral, Northfield, Monticello and others.
Horses to watch from Monticello Raceway.