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January 30, 2015
Work All Week, the champion male sprinter of 2014, resumed training at a farm near Ocala, Fla., this week after some vacation time, according to his trainer, Roger Brueggemann.
Beginning next week there will be a new face to the races at the Meadowlands. The track elected last week to abandon the ABC classified system and will begin a new era with “money” conditions in February.
BreezeFigs Quick-Pix for Saturday, January 31st by Bob Fierro and Jay Kilgore.
January 29, 2015
The 2015 Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. winter mixed sale closed Thursday with declines from a significantly smaller group of offerings.
Majestic Affair lived up to his 1-5 odds in the $100,000 Frank Whiteley Jr. Stakes at Laurel Park on Thursday, winning easily under jockey Kendrick Carmouche.
The early demise of Summer Bird may yet prove regrettable. From his first start in March to his last in November, he never stopped improving, and had he not been injured, it seems highly likely that he would have been even better at 4.
Champion, classic winner, and classic sire Thunder Gulch has been pensioned at Coolmore’s Ashford Stud in Versailles, Ky. The son of Gulch is 23.
Let’s say you’re a speed bettor – a handicapper who likes to play front-runners – and you’re analyzing the card at Fair Grounds. There are a few routes on the day, and you’re starting to zero in on your plays.
Derick Giwner's analysis of the Saturday 1/31 card at The Meadowlands.
Trainer stats don’t always tell us if a horse is more likely to outrun its odds or be overbet. Typically, a trainer might have a win rate of between 12 and 18 percent and a return on investment in the $1.50 to $1.80 range for the angles that apply to ...