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YESTERDAY May 05, 2015
If the top three finishers from the Kentucky Derby run back as expected in the May 16 Preakness Stakes, they will dominate the prerace wagering regardless of what other horses might be entered in the second jewel of the Triple Crown at Pimlico in ...
Ken Ramsey said Tuesday he is keeping the disagreement he had last weekend with trainer Chad Brown “a private matter” and that he would have no further comment other than “things are still being sorted out.”
A recent switch to grass seems to have sparked a resurgence for All My Memories, and he has a good chance to get his second win in a $30,000 claiming race on turf at Gulfstream Park on Thursday.
Cathal Lynch had his most successful year as a trainer in 2014, winning a personal-best 79 races while scoring with a phenomenal 29 percent of his starters.
Jockey Sheldon Russell, injured in a spill on the Pimlico turf course on April 25, was released from Sinai Hospital on Monday and is resting at home.
Jockey Gustavo Larrosa, injured in a spill in the fifth race at Pimlico on Sunday, has had surgery at nearby Sinai Hospital for a punctured lung, and is expected to remain in the hospital for about a week, according to his agent, Sunny Martinez.
Not counting the Preakness, 14 stakes, seven of which are graded, will be run at Pimlico next Friday and Saturday.
Multiple Grade 1 winner The Tin Man, a popular turf runner on the West Coast, died April 29 in Santa Ynez, Calif., The Blood-Horse reports.
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