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July 30, 2014
DRF handicapper Matt Bernier takes a closer look at juveniles running at Del Mar.
Dr. Robert O’Neil, an equine veterinarian who has served on Florida’s Board of Veterinary Medicine since 1993, has been hired by the Stronach Group as its first equine health and safety director, a position announced earlier this year as part of a ...
It speaks volumes about the lightning-fast racing surface at Emerald Downs that when I Keep Saying set a North American speed record for 6 1/2 furlongs here last Sunday, the news barely caused a ripple beyond the post-race excitement in the winner’s ...
I find the second half of Friday’s card at Saratoga to be tough, so I’ll offer a pick-three play on the day’s first three races that while admittedly on the chalky side, looks pretty solid to me.
Byron King makes select plays for Thursday's card at Del Mar.
Let it never be said that Del Mar’s owners and trainers lack the stones to roll the dice. Even in the wake of three turf course fatalities last Friday and Saturday and the suspension of grass racing on Sunday, there were only two scratches among the 27 ...
Samantha Nicole, a full sister to 2009 Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra, makes her second career start in Friday’s third race at Saratoga.
Five furlongs, six furlongs, seven furlongs – as long as she’s on the grass, it just doesn’t seem to matter to Free as a Bird.
Tom Amoss became the 28th trainer in North American racing history to win 3,000 races when Infinity of Humor captured a starter-allowance race Wednesday at Indiana Grand in suburban Indianapolis.
Trainer Justin Nixon said Wednesday that Prince of Wales Stakes winner Coltimus Prime is unlikely to start in the final leg of the Canadian Triple Crown, the $500,000 Breeders’ Stakes on grass at Woodbine on Aug. 17.