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YESTERDAY July 23, 2014
Trainer Greg Tracy thinks Star Lady will be the better horse in the long run, but he isn’t sure she will be able to handle her stablemate Macho Babe in the $50,000 Princess Margaret at Northlands Park Friday night.
Trainer Nick Zito got the meet off to a good start Monday, saddling back-to-back winners Another Incident and Tony B. He’s hoping his good fortune will continue here Friday, when he sends out his Grade 2 winner, Spot, in the wide-open Curlin.

The well-traveled Prayer for Relief, who finished third in the Grade 2 Suburban Handicap when taking his game to New York for the first time on Belmont Stakes Day, will take on an even tougher assignment when wheeling back in the Grade 1 Whitney ...
After initially deciding to sell their horse at auction last Sunday, the connections of Handsome Mike decided to keep him and point for Saturday’s $200,000 San Diego Handicap at Del Mar.
William S. Farish Jr., a member of the family that owns Lane’s End Farm in central Kentucky, has won a runoff in an election for a four-year seat on the Breeders’ Cup board of directors, according to the organization.
Trainer Graham Motion sends out a promising 3-year-old in each of the $40,000 divisions of the Friday feature at Monmouth Park.
The colorful strips of tape Wise Dan wore on his hindquarters during training hours both Tuesday and Wednesday morning may have looked alarming but were no cause for concern to the man they would matter to most, the two-time reigning Horse of the ...
Horses to watch from Mohawk Racetrack.
Queen’s Plate and Woodbine Oaks winner Lexie Lou worked over the turf training course Wednesday in preparation for her next start here Aug. 10 in the $250,000 Wonder Where Stakes.