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YESTERDAY November 19, 2014
Starting with Stars Above Me in the featured seventh race here Friday and continuing right through Thanksgiving weekend, trainer Graham Motion will have plenty of action at Del Mar.
It’s not a New York Showcase Day program, but Friday’s card will feel like one, as all four non-claiming races are for New York-breds: three maiden special-weight races and a $57,000 preliminary allowance for New York-bred fillies and mares scheduled ...
Z Rockstar and Okie Ride, who finished in a dead heat for first in last year’s Silver Goblin at Remington Park, are both back to defend their title in Friday night’s renewal of the $50,000 stakes.
Grade 3 winner Laugh Track will debut at stud in 2015 at Double LL Farms in Bosque, N.M., after being purchased at the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.
Grade 2 winner Balance the Books will begin his stallion career in 2015 for Mammad Huseynov’s Royal Pegasus Farm in Azerbaijan after being purchased at the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.
On Friday and Saturday at the Meadowlands Racetrack, 115 of the best Standardbreds in the sport will compete for divisional championships and $5.5 million worth of purse money in the 31st edition of the Breeders Crown. Four Crown finals for females ...
After winning the first three starts of her career on synthetic and dirt, at distances ranging from six to seven furlongs, Sam’s Sister will move to turf, and shorten up to five furlongs, in the featured seventh race on Friday at Del Mar.
Santa Anita has raised the purses of two leading stakes for older horses – the Santa Anita Handicap and San Antonio Stakes – but eliminated the Strub Stakes for 4-year-olds for the track’s upcoming winter-spring meeting, which runs from Dec. 26 to ...
I love real-money contests because they replicate the real game with the bonus of a big prize for the highest total. The BCBC is the Super Bowl, and who doesn’t want to be in the Super Bowl?
Hitechnoweenie, a last-out winner of a third-level optional claimer at Churchill Downs, has been entered for an optional-claiming tag of $62,500 when essentially dropping in class in the eighth and featured race Friday at Churchill.