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February 26, 2015
Though Conspiracy is stepping up in company after a pair of second-place finishes against cheaper, trainer Robert Barbara believes a clean trip is all his horse needs to be competitive in Saturday’s $69,000 allowance feature at Aqueduct.
Texas Red, winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile last November, will remain at a Northern California farm until March 7 while recovering from an abscess in a foot, trainer Keith Desormeaux said on Thursday.
Bob Pandolfo's Sharp Horses and Track Trends for February 19 to 22, 2015.
That 107 Beyer Speed Figure that Swale favorite Daredevil earned in the Champagne would look like an aberration if Upstart had not come back to prove it was not an aberration. So Daredevil may be that good. Still, with the inside post and all that ...
Miss Behaviour, a multiple graded stakes winner of nearly $800,000, has been retired, trainer Phil Schoenthal announced Thursday via Twitter.
Due to the presence of The Great War, ranked among the top 20 3-year-olds in Daily Racing Form’s Derby Watch, Saturday evening’s $125,000 John Battaglia Memorial at Turfway Park is among the most intriguing stakes of the day.
The runner-up finish to Callback in the Las Virgenes will make Light the City the favorite for Saturday’s $100,000 Santa Ysabel Stakes at 1 1/16 miles for 3-year-old fillies.
One sign, perhaps, that spring is not a myth was the presence of a pair of multiple Grade 1 winners on the Belmont Park training track Thursday morning.
Moonin the Eagle and Seize the Win will resume their rivalry in Sunday’s $100,000 South Florida Quarter Horse Derby, one of five stakes on Sunday’s next-to-last card of the season at Hialeah Park.
Throughout the spring prep season, DRF Breeding will publish pedigree profiles of Kentucky Derby contenders.