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November 23, 2015
After toying with, but ultimately rejecting, the idea of adding blinkers to Tonalist's equipment for the Breeders' Cup Classic, trainer Christophe Clement said that he will put blinkers on Tonalist for Saturday's Grade 1 Cigar Mile at Aqueduct.
Ami's Mesa emerged as an early leading contender for next season's Woodbine Oaks with a strong closing kick to capture Saturday's $144,900 Glorious Song Stakes at Woodbine.
Racing lost a dedicated owner and an even better friend this month with the sudden death of Barbara Smollin, 73.
Romeo Lima, who has failed to repeat his impressive 2-year-old debut last summer in France in seven subsequent starts, may finally be ready to get back on the winning track when he faces seven other 3-year-olds and up under entry-level allowance ...
The New York State Gaming Commission on Monday dismissed allegations of widespread animal abuse against leading trainer Steve Asmussen that had been lodged by an animal-rights group nearly two years ago but fined him $10,000 for seemingly minor ...
Weekend Hideaway, who ran the best race of his life capturing the Sunshine Millions Sprint at Gulfstream Park last January, found Gulfstream Park West to his liking as well, snapping a seven-race losing streak with a convincing 6 1/4-length victory in ...
Though it is only a Grade 3 stakes, Thursday's $250,000 Fall Highweight Handicap could have Eclipse Award ramifications for La Verdad if she is able to defeat males in the traditional Thanksgiving Day feature at Aqueduct.
A full field is expected for the Grade 1, $300,000 Matriarch Stakes for older females at one mile on turf, which is the biggest of two stakes Sunday, closing day.
If there is safety in numbers, trainer Chad Brown is trying to make himself awfully safe in the Hollywood Derby.
Dale Romans can’t remember a Thanksgiving without the racetrack. Even as a young boy growing up in Louisville, he would come to Churchill Downs from his nearby home with his father, trainer Jerry Romans.