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July 31, 2014
Owners David Frankham and Brian Carmody withdrew Smogcutter from Thursday’s first race at Del Mar to protest the presence of a rival horse that tested positive for a sedative in March, but whose trainer, A.C. Avila, has yet to be sanctioned.
Colorado residents will vote on whether to allow slot machines at Arapahoe Park in Aurora after a citizen-led initiative on gaming was recently approved for the ballot by Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler.
Grade 1-placed stakes winner Wildcat Brief will relocate to Foxfield Farm in Oxford, Pa., for the 2015 breeding season, standing for an advertised fee of $1,500.
When the gate swings open for Hambletonian 89 on Saturday at the Meadowlands, Father Patrick will be the heavy favorite. The onus will be on driver Yannick Gingras to avoid trouble and steer the nearly undefeated son of Cantab Hall-Gala Dream into the ...
Derick Giwner's analysis of the Saturday 8/2 card at The Meadowlands.
Mistake-prone in his youth, Palace Malice has been flawless in four starts this year, all graded stakes victories. In Saturday’s Grade 1, $1.5 million Whitney, Palace Malice can put a hammerlock on the older-male dirt division when he faces 3-year-old ...
There are seven older fillies and mares entered in the Nassau Stakes on Saturday, closing day of the Glorious Goodwood meet in England, and whichever one comes out on top will be winning for the first time at the Group 1 level.
Game On Dude is likely to be part of a crowded field when he attempts to win the $1 million Pacific Classic for the second consecutive year Aug. 24.
Matt Rose's analysis of the Saturday 8/2 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Bad Read Sanchez’s appearance in Sunday’s $200,000 Best Pal Stakes at Del Mar will determine how owners Paul and Zillah Reddam and trainer Doug O’Neill campaign their 2-year-olds in the final days of this summer season.