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July 23, 2014
Churchill Downs on Tuesday released the stakes schedule for the second 12-day September meet in modern track history with minimal change from the 2013 inaugural. The schedule is identical to last year, with only purses having been adjusted.
Under a superb ground-saving ride by Alan Garcia, Daring Dancer ran down A Little Bit Sassy in the final stride to win the Grade 2 Lake George by a short head Wednesday at Saratoga.
When Jonathan Sheppard sent out the first two finishers in last year’s Jonathan Kiser, it marked the 45th consecutive year the Hall of Fame trainer has saddled at least one winner at Saratoga.
DRF handicapper Matt Bernier takes a closer look at juveniles running at Del Mar.
Derick Giwner's analysis of the Friday 7/25 card at The Meadowlands.
Greg Gangle's analysis of the Friday 7/25 card at Mohawk Racetrack.
Brewster Smith's analysis of the Friday 7/25 card at Yonkers Raceway.
It was just a footnote to Harness Racing Communication’s release of this week’s Top Ten Standardbred Poll. It read, “Note: Modern Family received 1 first-place vote.” That was me. While some of you may consider it a wasted vote and others may consider ...
Noble Moon, unraced since finishing sixth in the Grade 1 Wood Memorial at Aqueduct in April, was one of nine 3-year-olds entered in Saturday’s Grade 2, $200,000 Amsterdam Stakes at 6 1/2 furlongs.
Untapable’s attempt to beat colts in the $1 million Haskell Invitational on Sunday comes along at an appropriate time, at least in terms of relevant history. It was just shy of 100 years ago that the filly Regret made her racing debut in the 1914 ...