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May 04, 2016
Trevor McCarthy and Victor Carrasco are one-two in the jockey standings at Laurel Park, with McCarthy leading, 61-57. This will be the sixth time since the Laurel fall meet of 2013 that McCarthy and Carrasco have taken down the top two spots in the ...
Basking in the glory of winning the Spiral Stakes at Turfway Park on April 2, owner Ken Ramsey announced a proposal to anyone willing to front a $200,000 supplemental fee to make the colt eligible to the Triple Crown: Do so, and he would split with his ...
Angel Castillo, the jockey who was removed from his mounts last year after state officials accused him of having an illegal electrical device, has filed a lawsuit against the director of the Pennsylvania Horse Racing Commission alleging defamation and ...
Trainer Mark Casse decided Wednesday not to enter Fellowship in Saturday’s Kentucky Derby, where he would have been the first horse on the also-eligible list, and instead will run him that same afternoon in the Pat Day Mile.
Eighth Wonder will return to the races Saturday in the $100,000 Parx Oaks. The Derby Day card at Parx, the track's best of the season, also includes two other $100,000 stakes, the Parx Derby and My Juliet, plus four allowance or optional races.
The relationship between gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson, artist Ralph Steadman, and the Kentucky Derby as told in “The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved” is the subject of “Gonzo @ the Derby,” a short feature released this week under ESPN's ...
Spring is the season of rebirth, and never has that been more so for trainer Steve Asmussen.
The main focal point of trainer Doug O'Neill's weekend will be on Saturday with Nyquist in the Kentucky Derby, but he's got plenty to keep him busy both Friday and Saturday, including a terrific shot with the in-form Guns Loaded in a wide-open running ...
No one will ever know how Songbird would have fared Friday in the Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs, although many fans will forever maintain that she was a shoo-in.
Trainer Cliff Sise Jr. isn’t quite sure which horses, if any, will push his first Kentucky Derby starter on the early pace. He only knows that Danzing Candy will be winging it from the get-go.