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YESTERDAY May 21, 2015
The Maryland Racing Commission on Tuesday approved threshold levels for cobalt, the naturally occurring mineral that has allegedly been abused worldwide in horse racing, according to the commission’s executive director.
What would a filly and mare stakes at Gulfstream Park be without trainer Marty Wolfson? In the case of Saturday’s $60,000 Alachua Handicap, probably nothing at all.
If Patrioticandproud runs to the Beyer form he showed at Del Mar and Santa Anita, he will be difficult to beat in Saturday’s Louisville Handicap at Churchill Downs.
Meg Giry and Sailingforthesun were very impressive winning maiden special weight races at Hastings in their first races as 3-year-olds. Something has to give when they meet in a first-level allowance race that will serve as Saturday’s feature. The 6 ...
Gryvon (#3, ML 3-1) makes his return in Thursday’s seventh race at Gulfstream Park, a seven-furlong optional claimer. It will be his first start since a first-place finish by four lengths in a six-furlong optional claimer April 4 at Gulfstream Park. ...
Ahmed Zayat, the owner of Triple Crown candidate American Pharoah, has denied charges contained in a lawsuit accusing him of reneging on a gambling debt from 2004.
Bob Pandolfo's horses to watch and track trends for May 14 to May 17, 2015.
Tappin Vegas looks like a standout and will be a very short price when he runs in the $50,000 Western Canada Handicap on Saturday at Northlands Park. The six-furlong sprint for 3-year-olds drew five horses, including Blue Dancer, who will appreciate ...
Delaunay seeks to get his stellar career back on track in Saturday night’s $75,000 Ed Skinner Memorial, a six-furlong stakes sprint. The race, named for the locally based state lawmaker who played a primary role in the development of Prairie Meadows in ...
Deceptive Vision will try to make amends in Saturday’s $200,000 Nassau, a Grade 2 event for fillies and mares that is the first turf stakes of the Woodbine meet.