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April 27, 2016
Trainer Ralph Nicks is one of the new faces on the Belmont Park backstretch this spring and summer, and he will have a 19- to 20-horse string based here.
Matt King Coal, fourth in the Grade 1 Wood Memorial at Aqueduct on April 9, will make his next start in the $150,000 Easy Goer Stakes on the undercard of the June 11 Belmont Stakes.
Two-thirds of New York racing's version of the Sunshine Boys will be in action Saturday at Belmont Park, when 7-year-olds Kharafa and King Kreesa meet in the $100,000 Elusive Quality Stakes, scheduled for seven furlongs over the Widener turf course.
In mid-January, and somewhat by accident, Cashel Rock found the kind of race in which, from all the evidence, he wants to run. The question handicappers approaching the $65,000 Golden Circle Stakes on Friday evening at Prairie Meadows must ask is if ...
It is highly subjective but fairly safe to state that no Hall of Fame class since 1976 has been of such a richly satisfying vintage … until now.
With Churchill Downs making the races closest to the Derby worth the most points and eliminating the previous system – one based on earnings in graded stakes races – the field has become far more predicated on current form.
Roger Attfield saw Dyna's Recoleta win a turf allowance Sunday at Keeneland, but not from a preferred vantage point.Attfield watched the race on television from his Toronto home while recovering from significant injuries sustained earlier this month in ...
On Friday, the 59-day Belmont Park spring/summer meet gets underway with a nine-race card. New York Racing Association officials can only hope that good things happen in threes and that there is a Triple Crown on the line when this year's Belmont ...
By resuming training now, Dortmund is likely to be ready to race by the end of the summer.