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YESTERDAY September 03, 2015
There will be some familiar names in the starting gate for Monday’s Grade 1 Hopeful, and one not so familiar to local fans – Bullet Gone Astray, who will give trainer Henry Collazo his first stakes opportunity at Saratoga.
The best of the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes program will go to post Saturday at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono. Leading the brigade of the best sophomores from the state will be Wakizashi Hanover. The North America Cup winner cut his teeth proverbially ...
Young Brian, a maiden winner who was declared from Monday’s $300,000 Del Mar Futurity because of a sesamoid injury, was scheduled to undergo a bone scan Thursday to determine whether he can race again.
Trainer Phil D’Amato is hoping a rider change will reverse the fortunes of Papacoolpapacool when the two-time stakes winner starts Sunday in the $250,000 Del Mar Derby.
One horse conspicuous by her absence when entries were drawn for Saturday’s Grade 1 Spinaway was Off the Tracks, whose connections had been pointing her to the race since her 3 1/4-length victory in the Grade 3 Schuylerville on opening day.
The career debut of the filly Big Thrill began as one of those head-in-hands races of sheer disappointment but ended as a hands-in-the-air moment of jubilation.
When it comes to this year’s Grade 1, $600,000 Woodward Stakes, trainer Todd Pletcher has four horses that are fast, fierce, fresh and frustrating. At the end of the day, Pletcher hopes he can say that one of the four finished first.
Just across the Tennessee state line, the grass is indeed greener on the other side: Purses have reached nearly obscene heights at Kentucky Downs.
Silver Tongued, first and second as the favorite in each of the last two runnings of one of the two longest races of the season for Ohio-breds, looks like a formidable threat again Saturday in the 67th running of the $75,000 Governor’s Buckeye Cup at ...
After wins in a maiden race on July 19 and the Grade 2 Sorrento Stakes on Aug. 12, Pretty N Cool will be a strong favorite in the summer’s top race for 2-year-old fillies – Saturday’s $300,000 Del Mar Debutante at seven furlongs.