Del Mar

Josh Rubinstein was named president of Del Mar on Wednesday, adding to the 48-year-old executive's existing role as the track's chief operating officer. Full Story >>
November 27, 2017
As a former Bobby Frankel acolyte, Chad Brown was conditioned to treat the Grade 1 Matriarch Stakes as a rare gem, to be collected as often as possible. Frankel doted on his grass mares, and they returned the affection by winning eight Matriarchs in a ...
Trainer John Brocklebank and his wife, Tarilynne, who holds an owner's license, have been suspended after a Los Angeles Superior Court ordered them to pay a combined $385,558 in damages to owner Barbara Black involving the 2012 sale of the then-unraced ...
November 26, 2017
From coast to coast, Analyze It has yet to find competition in the 2-year-old turf division. After winning a maiden race by 6 1/4 lengths at Belmont Park in his debut on Oct. 28, Analyze It ($3) ran a very similar race in Sunday’s Grade 3 Cecil B. ...
Off Limits has become a dangerous mare this year when racing behind rivals. “She sees horses in front of her, and she wants to beat them,” jockey Joel Rosario said.
When Phil D’Amato took the saddle off Hunt after he finished last in the Breeders’ Cup Turf on Nov. 4, he noticed that the race had taken nothing out of the horse, but it wasn’t until a workout on Nov. 19 that he decided Hunt was ready for one more ...
It may be well into 2018 before the exciting turf filly Daddy Is a Legend has her first start at the Santa Anita winter-spring meeting.
Prime Attraction, the winner of Saturday’s Grade 3 Native Diver Stakes at Del Mar, will stay on dirt this winter and may even start in the $16 million Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park in January, trainer Jim Cassidy said on Sunday.
November 25, 2017
Favored Daddy Is a Legend rallied wide through the final furlong of the Jimmy Durante Stakes to win the one-mile turf race for 2-year-old fillies by a length on Saturday at Del Mar.
When the year began, trainer Tony Dutrow justly believed Mo Town was his derby horse. Turns out, he was right.
The decision to withdraw Prime Attraction from from the Grade 2 Hollywood Turf Cup at 1 1/2 miles at Del Mar in favor of Saturday’s Grade 3 Native Diver Stakes at 1 1/8 miles on dirt put the colt in the winner’s circle of a graded stakes for the first ...