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October 23, 2014
There is expected to be a berth in the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint at Santa Anita on Nov. 1 for Free as a Bird, the winner of five consecutive sprint stakes for fillies and mares in Kentucky and New York this year.
They weren’t bluffing, those Euros. When they threatened several years ago that Santa Anita’s switch back to a dirt main track would stick a fork in half the Breeders’ Cup program, at least in terms of European participation, they definitely meant what ...
Commander Crowe races Saturday night in the $250,000 International Trot Preview Invitational at Yonkers Raceway. It will be Commander Crowe’s first start on American soil. He has raced twice previously in North America, both in the Breeders Crown Open ...
Three-time stakes winner Surtsey may be peaking for Saturday’s $100,000 River Memories, an overnight stakes scheduled for a mile on the grass at Woodbine.
Brad Cox has known Breeders’ Cup elation before, but this would be different. The 34-year-old Louisville, Ky., native will be running his first BC starter as a trainer when Carve runs Oct. 31 in the BC Dirt Mile at Santa Anita.
Looking for full fields? Check out Northlands Park Saturday where there are 124 horses entered in 12 races. Headlining the strong closing-day card is the oversubscribed $50,000 Canadian Juvenile. The one-mile race for 2-year-olds drew 11 horses, and ...
I can’t resist Incremental as a plausible alternative to the favored Big Big Easy in Saturday night's Jean Lafitte Stakes at Delta Downs.
Penn National Gaming Inc., the large racetrack and casino operator, had net income of $8.5 million in the third quarter of 2014 on net revenue of $645.9 million, according to financial statements released Thursday. The net-revenue figure was down 9.5 ...
Keeneland has been light on numbers in some types of races this fall, largely mid- to upper-priced claimers on dirt, especially those for older fillies and mares. But that horse shortage apparently does not extend to second-level allowance races for ...
Brad Free's horses to watch at Santa Anita.