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May 22, 2016
School Board Prez, last season’s champion Ohio-bred 2-year-old filly, launched her 3-year-old campaign with an impressive performance in Sunday’s $75,000 Tomboy Stakes at Belterra Park.
John F Kennedy, a one-time future book favorite for the 2015 English Derby, has been retired after sustaining an injury in his American debut on May 15. Trainer Paulo Lobo said on Sunday that the injury does not require surgery and that John F Kennedy ...
he upcoming Memorial Day weekend has seven six-figure stakes from Saturday through Monday, the busiest stretch of stakes at Santa Anita’s spring-summer meeting, which runs through July 10.
Southern California freeways are likely to be the extent of travel this year for Wild Dude, the winner of Saturday’s $201,035 Kona Gold Stakes at Santa Anita. Sunday, trainer Jerry Hollendorfer said Wild Dude will “absolutely” be pointed for the ...
Jet Setting, a filly purchased for approximately $17,400 last fall, won Sunday’s $336,300 Irish 1000 Guineas over 4-11 favorite Minding at The Curragh. The win gave trainer Adrian Keatley his first Group 1 win in his third year of training.
A six-furlong team work by Stellar Wind and company did not start out as planned Sunday at Santa Anita, but it ended just fine. For trainer John Sadler, the finish of the work was more important anyway.
Jacky’s Notion rallied from fourth in the stretch under jockey Oscar Flores to overtake 15-1 outsider Nay’s Back in Saturday night’s $51,200 Fancy Buckles Stakes for West Virginia-bred fillies and mares at Charles Town.
NBC Sports Group, the parent company of the NBC Sports Network, will begin broadcasting live from Royal Ascot in England next year after acquiring the U.S. media rights to the prestigious meeting in a multi-year deal, the company announced on Saturday
Songbird picked up where she left off. The undefeated filly worked an effortless half-mile Sunday at Santa Anita in 46.40 seconds, breezing, her first drill since an illness interrupted her spring campaign.
The overnight rating for the race portion of the Preakness Stakes broadcast on NBC on Saturday evening was up 7 percent compared with the rating for the same portion of the broadcast last year, according to the network.