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August 30, 2014
Six of Sunday’s 12 races are scheduled for turf, including the Grade 3 Glens Falls (sixth), so horsemen and handicappers will be watching the skies due to a threat of wet weather. According to weather.com, after a partly cloudy start to Sunday, there ...
After an online vote by racing fans, Hall of Fame jockey John Velazquez was presented the Mike Venezia Memorial Award on Saturday in the Saraoga winner’s circle.
Experience counts. El Kabeir and Two Weeks Off, each of whom had a start at the meet, won split divisions of a 2-year-old maiden race on Saturday’s card at Saratoga.
Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin was represented in Saturday’s Grade 1 Woodward Stakes by Long River. He would have preferred to have been represented by Alpha, last year’s Woodward winner.
Too Many Egbert’s won his first stakes Saturday at Woodbine in the $125,000 Vice Regent, after turning back a stern challenge from Man Cave in the final furlong.
The local Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society’s annual yearling and mixed sale is just around the corner Sept. 9. Serving as an advertisement for the sale are four $50,000 stakes races at Hastings on Monday that are restricted to Canadian-breds who ...
DRF handicapper Dan Illman takes a closer look at juveniles running at Saratoga.
Senor Rojo will try to win the $75,000 Speed to Spare Stakes for the third time when he runs in the 1 3/8-mile race for 3-year-olds and up at Northlands Park on Monday.
After two route tries, On Rainbow Bridge will cut back to a sprint distance and face open company in Monday’s $100,000 Etobicoke Stakes over six furlongs for 3-year-old fillies at Woodbine.
Trainer Michael Pino never had won a graded stakes at Saratoga when the 2014 meeting opened six weeks ago. On Monday, the Delaware-based horseman will seek his second grades stakes victory here in less than a month when he sends out Wallyanna as one of ...