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April 29, 2016
The three-time champion Beholder worked a mile at Santa Anita in 1:40 on Friday, her last major exercise before her 2016 debut in the $100,000 Adoration Stakes on May 8.
Los Alamitos plans to run Southern California's two traditional Grade 1 races for 2-year-olds in December – the Starlet and the Los Alamitos Futurity – allaying concerns expressed late last year that the races could not be funded this year.
Since he was claimed for $7,500 in February, the 4-year-old gelding Boot Legger has responded by running the three fastest races of his career, picking up two wins and a close second. The question is whether Boot Legger's sharp form against open ...
The inaugural Kentucky Derby sire future wager didn't generate a large pool, but offered plenty of value for savvy horseplayers who took pedigree into account.
While a strong performance in the Kentucky Derby can carry a horse all the way to a stall at a major stallion farm, several in this year's field enter the gates with their stud careers already secured.
The small-scale, but quality, operation Hinkle Farms will have a strong rooting interest in both the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks, as its broodmare band of about 30 includes the dams of both Derby favorite Nyquist and Oaks contender Weep No More.
Retired jockey Ramon Dominguez turned down offers to work as a jockey agent, bloodstock agent, or syndicate representative and has found contentment outside of the racing arena.
The Aidan O’Brien-trained Minding has been favored to win the Group 1 English 1000 Guineas on Sunday at Newmarket since she captured the Group 1 Fillies Mile last October, and if she’s to be successful, it’s another O’Brien entrant, Ballydoyle, whom ...
Square Dancer, the British Columbia open company horse of the year in 2015, is set to make his 2016 debut in the $50,000 George Royal next Saturday at Hastings.
Ken Wilson has been named the new track superintendent at Delaware Park. Wilson, the 28-year-old son of former Mid-Atlantic riding star Rick Wilson, will replace Ken Brown, who is retiring after 11 years on the job.