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July 29, 2014
Candy Boy’s second season begins in earnest Saturday – and it’s going to involve some travel.
 With no major main-track stakes for 3-year-olds left in California, Candy Boy will hit the road to compete in the Grade 2, $750,000 West Virginia Derby at ...
Scott Blasi returned to work for trainer Steve Asmussen at Saratoga on Tuesday, four months after the longtime assistant was fired for inappropriate behavior detailed in a video released by the activist group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Trainer Mark Glatt has got them surrounded in Thursday’s featured seventh race at Del Mar.
The question is not whether trainer Jonathan Sheppard will win the $100,000 A.P. Smithwick Memorial Steeplechase at Saratoga for a record seventh time. The question is with which of his potent three-horse entry will he win it?
Trainer David Jacobson will try to end a bad month on a good note when he sends Big Business out as the likely favorite in Thursday’s $100,000 Evan Shipman Stakes for New York-breds at Saratoga.
After Mother Nature put a damper on the final two days of the second week, Saratoga’s all-sources handle is down 9.1 percent through the first 10 days of the meet compared to the same period last year.
After a late start to the races, Wise Mac is making up for lost time and winning at a rate comparable to another son of Wiseman's Ferry
Story to Tell has romped around Del Mar with such ease in recent mornings that trainer Dan Hendricks is confident going into Sunday’s $200,000 Best Pal Stakes.
Trainer Rick Violette said Tuesday that surgery to repair small stress fractures in Samraat’s right cannon bone went well, and that he expects the multiple Grade 3 winner to be back in his barn at Saratoga within the next 48 hours.
After postponing his work one day due to track conditions, trainer D. Wayne Lukas was finally able to send the 2013 Travers winner Will Take Charge out to work three furlongs over a wet and sealed Oklahoma training track early Tuesday morning in his ...