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January 29, 2015
Vercingetorix, away since April, returned to the races with a two-length win over True Story in the Group 2, $200,000 Al Rashidiya Stakes on Thursday night at Meydan Racecourse in Dubai. The comeback run suggests that the South African-bred could be a ...
Leave the Light On, the winner of the Remsen Stakes in his last start, injured a hind ankle in a workout last weekend, needs surgery, and is off the Triple Crown trail, trainer Chad Brown said Thursday.
Kaigun and jockey Corey Nakatani had the perfect first outing in the Grade 2 Seabiscuit Handicap at Del Mar on Nov. 28. On Saturday, Nakatani will have high expectations when he rides Kaigun in the $200,000 Arcadia Stakes at a mile on turf at Santa Anita.
Trainer D. Wayne Lukas is well versed in bringing out a champion, having trained 26 of them in his Hall of Fame career. Lukas’ latest is Take Charge Brandi, who will launch her 3-year-old season Saturday in the $100,000 Martha Washington at Oaklawn Park.
Testa Rossi kicked off her 2014 campaign with a decisive win over the Tampa Bay Downs turf course in the Grade 3 Florida Oaks, and her connections are hoping she will follow suit in her 2015 debut as the French-bred star tops a solid field of 14 older ...
Trainer Marcus Vitali said he plans to bring Lochte back on two weeks’ rest to defend his title in the Grade 1 Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap on Feb. 7.
Expect Royalty, who will be seeking her fifth straight win Saturday night in the $50,000 Tomball at Sam Houston Race Park, is doing so well she can hardly contain herself.
Those who wagered on Penwith at 4-1 in the Affectionately Stakes thought they were going to start the new year off on a winning note before America caught her at the wire. Saturday, Penwith’s backers will get another chance to play her, though she’ll ...
Allen Jerkens has won 3,856 races during his legendary career but never one carded at two miles on the turf, but those are the conditions of the race named to honor the Hall of Fame trainer Saturday at Gulfstream Park, a $75,000 overnight stakes that ...
Always a consistent runner, Smash and Grab is currently in peak form. On Saturday, he will take on a pair of David Jacobson-trained runners in a fourth-level optional-claiming sprint at Laurel Park.