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December 17, 2014
Terry Finley, the New York-based owner who narrowly lost a recent election for president of the state’s horsemen’s group, will have until Jan. 5 to prepare a challenge to the election result under a four-step process adopted by the group’s board ...
Conspicuous by her absence from laundry list of Tropical Park Oaks entries Saturday at Gulfstream Park was Daring Kathy, a four-time stakes winner who is coming off a wire-to-wire victory against older rivals in the Grade 3 My Charmer Handicap at ...
Jockey Shaun Bridgmohan will be based at Oaklawn Park for the first time in his career when the Hot Springs, Ark., track opens on Jan. 9.
Dom the Bomb is an Illinois-bred 2-year-old, but the way he has dominated restricted competition while demonstrating somewhat surprising stamina has led his connections to consider placing the horse in more ambitious spots early next year.
No Problem, the winner of the Grade 3 Bob Hope Stakes at Del Mar in November, was supplemented to Saturday’s $500,000 Los Alamitos Futurity for $20,000 when entries were taken Wednesday.
It has been horses like Tunica Girl who have helped push Karl Broberg to the top of the North American training charts in 2014. She’s won three of her last six starts and should go postward as the favorite Friday night in the $65,000 Lookout Stakes at ...
Social Inclusion, one of the stars of the 2013-14 Championship meet at Gulfstream Park, is back in training at Palm Meadows after losing most of the second half of his 3-year-old campaign due to a tendon injury.
Six days after a third-place finish in a starter allowance for sprinters, Luckbox Sam starts in an optional claimer at a mile at Los Alamitos on Friday. Trainer A.C. Avila expects the 4-year-old gelding to be better prepared, and be a strong contender ...
Team Valor International thought enough of Street Sailing to buy a controlling interest in the filly prior to the 2013 Breeders’ Cup. Things haven’t quite panned out yet, but after being given plenty of time to get her act together, Street Sailing can ...
JK She’salady and Sweet Lou were landslide winners in Dan Patch Award voting announced Wednesday (12/17) by the U.S. Harness Writers Association, but one of the six pacing divisions resulted in a rare dead heat.