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YESTERDAY September 29, 2014
Seville, a German-bred son of Galileo with a Group 1 win in Australia and Group 1 placings in three European countries, will stand the 2015 breeding season at Heritage Stallions in Chesapeake City, Md.
When Sebastian K had an “off night” at Hoosier Park two weeks ago in the Centaur Trot, the focus was on the off track and not the conqueror. True, six horses finished ahead of Sebastian K in that race and that is perplexing when one tries to put ...
According to his agent, Tony Micallef, Rajiv Maragh has been told by doctors that his broken right arm could heal in time allow him to ride in the Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita on Oct. 31-Nov.1.
Trainer Bob Baffert has won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile three times. However, he is winless with four favorites in the race dating back to 1999.
A federal court of appeals has affirmed a lower court’s ruling that Texas can prohibit companies like Churchill Downs Inc. from taking wagers from state residents over the Internet and phone.
The Thoroughbred Club of America recognized three noted equine veterinarians, Drs. Larry Bramlage, Edward Hagyard Fallon, and A. Gary Lavin, as honored guests during the organization’s 83rd annual testimonial dinner on Sunday at Keeneland Race Course ...
Bob Pandolfo's Sharp Horses and Track Trends report featuring horses from Harrington, Northfield, Yonkers and others.
Horses to watch from Monticello Raceway.
Horses are often judged by the company they keep, and Three Alarm Fire will be judged very favorably in Wednesday’s $77,000 allowance feature at Belmont Park after what happened here last Friday.
Prime Engine put an exclamation point on the 19th season at Emerald Downs on Sunday with a runaway victory in the $64,350 Gottstein Futurity on the final day of the 73-day meeting.