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February 19, 2017
Wild At Heart, the winner of Saturday’s Grade 3 Buena Vista Stakes, is likely to have her Grade 1 career debut in the $400,000 Santa Margarita Stakes at Santa Anita on March 18.
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Monday’s card at Aqueduct.
Epicharis and Gold Dream won stakes at Tokyo Racecourse on Sunday that could lead to starts in the two biggest races in the United States this year – the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 6 and the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Del Mar on Nov. 4.
If Jeff Gural cares about there being a future for young people in this sport, as he has said on numerous occasions, and Joe Faraldo cares for horsemen throughout North America and not just SOA of NY members, they must reach an accord.
Since this holiday weekend’s two best and richest races are Monday at Oaklawn Park – the Razorback Handicap and the Southwest Stakes, both Grade 3, $500,000 events – it seems like a timely idea to use this Sunday platform for a Weekend Warrior-like ...
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona provides his Highlight Horse for Sunday's card at Aqueduct.
Keyed by Zakaroff’s $99.60 victory in the Grade 3 El Camino Real Derby, one bettor playing the 20-cent Golden Pick Six cashed a ticket for a $240,030.54.
Archer City backed up a nine-length allowance win with a three-length stakes victory Saturday night in the $65,000 Two Altazano division of the Texas Stallion Stakes at Sam Houston Race Park.
February 18, 2017
Zakaroff scored the second biggest upset in the 36-year history of the Grade 3, $200,450 El Camino Real Derby, scoring a one-half-length victory at nearly 49-1 as locally based runners swept the top three positions in the premier race for 3-year-olds ...
A change of surface and a small field helped Wild At Heart win the first stakes of her career in Saturday’s Grade 3 Buena Vista Stakes at Santa Anita.