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February 05, 2016
The catalog for the 2016 Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. March 2-year-olds in training sale is now online, featuring 611 juveniles to be offered over two days.
DRF handicapper Kenny Peck outlines his strategy for a pick four play on Saturday's card at Gulfstream Park.
Once known as one of the three great American lines of the early 20th century, the male line of the 19th-century imported stallion Eclipse, by Orlando, has long been on figurative life support. Since he is a gelding, Sunny Ridge, by Holy Bull, winner ...
Ahh Chocolate ended her 3-year-old campaign on a high note and has trainer Neil Howard enthused about the start of her 4-year-old campaign. The winner of the Grade 2 Falls City at Churchill Downs last November, Ahh Chocolate had her first published ...
The spread of equine herpesvirus from Sunland Park in New Mexico, where 49 horses have tested positive, to other states, has led Remington Park in Oklahoma to delay the opening of its stable area for the Quarter Horse meet that is set to begin March 11.
The DNA of football runs deep in horse racing. Sunday's Super Bowl takes place in the city where the DeBartolo family has owned the San Francisco 49ers, five-time Super Bowl champs, since 1977. Patriarch Edward DeBartolo made his mark in Thoroughbred ...
Percolator, who in his last start was elevated to second in the Grade 3 Sanford at Saratoga following the disqualification of Magna Light, will launch his season Sunday at Oaklawn.
Reservations might be needed to get into this year's Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn.
Binoculars, television monitor, or both? The binoculars will be trained Saturday on live races at Santa Anita, including four graded stakes and the 2016 debut of Songbird. The television monitor will be tuned Saturday to Gulfstream Park, where a ...
Florida Thoroughbred interests spent Friday lobbying at the state capitol as legislators began negotiating wide-ranging gambling bills that could include language allowing racetracks to drop their parimutuel operations while retaining their licenses ...