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YESTERDAY April 29, 2016
A pair of $100,000 turf stakes for 3-year-old California-breds on Sunday will help Golden Gate Fields wind up its Turf Festival. Both the Silky Sullivan, for both sexes, and the Campanile, for fillies, will be run at one mile.
Led by Todd Pletcher’s two Kentucky Derby candidates, a total of 10 horses with designs on the May 7 Derby turned in workouts Friday morning at Churchill Downs, with several of those works moved ahead from Saturday to avoid the wet weather predicted ...
Freshman sire Caleb’s Posse sired his first winner from his first starter when the juvenile colt I Shod the Sheriff won the third race at Gulfstream on Apr. 28.
A couple of difficult maiden races bookend this pick four, but there’s enough information there to still allow you to take a stand.
The catalog for the Barretts May sale of 2-year-olds in training and horses of racing age is now online, featuring 138 horses on offer.
April 28, 2016
Churchill Downs Inc. had a slight profit in the first quarter of 2016, reversing a slight loss that the company posted in the first quarter of last year, according to financial documents released late on Thursday.
Members of the Congressional Horse Caucus held a hearing-style discussion of a bill seeking to restructure the regulation of U.S. racing on Thursday afternoon in Washington, D.C., with supporters vowing to continue to press for adoption of the legislation.
Daily Racing Form handicappers Mike Watchmaker and Mike Welsch as well as Hall of Fame jockey Chris McCarron and NBC’s Randy Moss will analyze the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks at a dinner and auction Monday at the Keene Barn on the grounds of ...
Canada’s reigning Horse of the Year is set to return to the track Saturday evening at Mohawk Racetrack. The Dr. Ian Moore trainee, State Treasurer will look to start his 2016 campaign off on a winning note in the $34,000 Preferred Handicap.
The following is a list of DRF resources and content related to the Kentucky Oaks card at Churchill Downs on Friday, May 6.