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July 31, 2015
Adding spice to an already solid card at Saratoga, there will be a pick six carryover of $309,846 into Saturday’s 11-race program.
Jerry Dutton, who owned, trained, and bred Thoroughbreds for more than 60 years in California, died on Thursday in Idaho, Del Mar publicity officials said on Friday. Dutton was 87.
Hall of Fame driver John Campbell suffered a broken wrist as a result of an accident during a 2-year-old baby race Friday morning at the Meadowlands.
Jill Jellison, part of the second wave of successful female jockeys in Thoroughbred racing, died Tuesday of breast cancer in a Rhode Island hospital at the age of 51, according to family friends.
Lesser company, more distance and an ideal trip combined to make Smart Transition a winner in Friday’s $100,000 Curlin Stakes at Saratoga.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Sunday 8/2 card at Balmoral Park.
V. E. Day, the 2014 Travers winner, worked a stamina-building six furlongs in 1:14.17 Friday morning over Saratoga’s main track in preparation for next Saturday’s Grade 1 Whitney Stakes.
Trainer Peter Walder could have graded stakes starters on two fronts Aug. 15. He said Come to Mischief is on deck for the Grade 2, $200,000 Adirondack Stakes at Saratoga, while Maid On a Mission is possible for the Grade 1, $750,000 Beverly D. Stakes ...
American Pharoah is a singular specimen, ridiculously ideal by many of the measures cherished by the wise old hands who were first to extol his virtues. The package is plain, as far as that goes – a ripe mahogany with dark trim and the faintest ...
Six years after Rachel Alexandra raised the rafters at Saratoga by beating the boys in the Grade 1 Woodward Stakes, her second foal becomes the first one to make it to races makes Sunday at Saratoga.