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November 20, 2014
JK She’salady is making history. The precocious 2-year-old pacing filly has never been bested on the track and is seemingly one Breeders Crown victory at the Meadowlands on Saturday night from becoming the first ever 2-year-old filly to achieve Horse ...
MIAMI – Angelica Zapata has won five stakes races over the last two seasons. But she has yet to record a graded stakes win, a hole in her r é sum é she hopes to fill in Saturday’s $100,000 My Charmer Handicap at Gulfstream Park West.
Divisions of the $125,000 New York Stallion Series races ostensibly share top billing on Saturday’s Aqueduct card as races 5 and 8 but will be overshadowed by the return of Honor Code in a $69,000 optional claimer that goes as race 6.
There are five horses, including one 800-pound gorilla, entered in the Sun Power Stakes on Saturday at Hawthorne Race Course.
The season in Europe essentially ends with the Breeders’ Cup over here, after which a three-headed tally system is cranked up to determine the best of the best in seven divisional categories, plus Horse of the Year. The whole deal is sponsored by ...
DEL MAR, Calif. – The opportunities for long-distance grass races for older females are rare most of the year, and even rarer in the fall, which is why trainer Graham Motion has sent not one but two runners here to Del Mar for the Grade 3, $100,000 Red ...
Lubash, who rarely ventures out of his native New York and never competes once they roll in the carpet at Aqueduct each fall, will try to become racing’s newest millionaire when he comes to south Florida for the first time to compete in Saturday’s ...
Six starts into his career, Red Outlaw has six wins. He’ll be putting that unbeaten record on the line before this Del Mar meet ends, but whether it comes Sunday in the $100,000 Cary Grant Stakes or next Saturday in the Grade 1, $300,000 Hollywood ...
If history is any guide, the Tom Amoss barn may be poised for a big day Saturday at Fair Grounds, the second day of the 2014-2015 race meet.
A filly from the first crop of unbeaten champion Frankel hammered for about $2,258,624 (1.8 million euros) on Thursday at the Goffs November foal sale, setting a new Irish record price for a weanling at public auction.