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September 16, 2014
Fred Hutton, director of racing for Zia Park in Hobbs, N.M., has been named racing secretary for Sam Houston Race Park in Houston.
Declan’s Fast Cat, who was second to Vicar’s in Trouble in the Grade 2, $400,000 Super Derby, could be headed next to either the Oklahoma Derby or the Indiana Derby.
Things speed back up this weekend when California Chrome heads an eight-horse field entered Monday to run in Saturday’s Grade 2, $1 million Pennsylvania Derby at Parx. The race not only marks the return of California Chrome, but of owner Steve Coburn, ...
Nates Mineshaft made a name for himself running around two turns, with wins in races such as the Grade 2 New Orleans Handicap in 2012. But a powerful effort at one turn in his 7-year-old debut last Saturday night at Remington Park now has him under ...
Shared Belief stayed on target for the Grade 1 Awesome Again Stakes on Sept. 27 at Santa Anita with a six-furlong work Tuesday at Golden Gate Fields.
A stake was driven through the heart of the Thoroughbred racing and breeding industry in New England on Tuesday, when the Massachusetts Gaming Commission voted 3-1 to award the sole Boston-area casino license to Wynn Resorts instead of to Mohegan Sun ...
Sweet Reason was one of the top 2-year-old fillies in the nation last year. She is one of the top 3-year-old fillies this season. But questions persist concerning possible distance limitations.
Wildcat Red worked five furlongs in 1:00.23 with Edgard Zayas aboard after the renovation break here Tuesday in his final local prep for the Grade 3 Oklahoma Derby on Sept. 28 at Remington Park.
A familiar face around these parts, multiple stakes winner Sr. Quisqueyano will have a new trainer, Jose Jimenez, when he drops back into allowance company in Thursday’s $40,000 feature at Gulfstream Park.
On Thursday, Jonathan Sheppard will saddle four of the eight starters in the Grade 1, $150,000 Lonesome Glory Steeplechase Handicap going 2 1/2 miles over National fences at Belmont Park.