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March 30, 2015
The class relief will be a considerable one for Call Me Crazy, who drops out of the Grade 3 Palm Beach Stakes and in against softer, overnight stakes company in Wednesday’s $60,000 Cutler Bay Stakes carded at a mile over the Gulfstream Park turf course.
Handicapper Brad Free ranks the top 3-year-old males and fillies pointing to races at Santa Anita.
Horseplayers will see a sign of spring Wednesday at Aqueduct when the main track opens for a four-week run which will consist of 19 racing days through April 26.
The Thoroughbred Horse Show Association will host its fourth annual show on Sunday, May 3 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky., benefiting Our Mims Retirement Haven for broodmares.
If you liked the major Kentucky Derby preps at Fair Grounds and Gulfstream in February, you got an encore performance last Saturday. International Star won again at Fair Grounds, this time in the Louisiana Derby, while at Gulfstream, a Todd Pletcher ...
Brad Free's horses to watch at Santa Anita for the week of March 30.
Handicapper Mary Rampellini ranks the top 3-year-old males and fillies pointing to races at Oaklawn.
El Kabeir, winner of the Jerome and Gotham this winter in New York, is expected to face only five horses in Saturday’s Grade 1, $1 million Wood Memorial at Aqueduct.
Social Inclusion, sidelined since last summer due to a tendon injury, is getting closer to a return to the races.
Stephanie’s Kitten, the three-time Grade 1-winning mare, will take on males in her next start when she runs in the Grade 1, $500,000 Woodford Reserve at Churchill Downs on Kentucky Derby Day.