Barbara D. Livingston
Lady Ivanka (No. 3) wins the Grade 1 Spinaway on Sept. 2.
Virtually all of the New York-based horses preparing for the Breeders’ Cup are based at Belmont Park. There is one, however, who is eight miles away, preparing in what is currently a tranquil environment at Aqueduct.Full Story >>
September 08, 2017
Away from the races for two months due to circumstances beyond her connections’ control, Rubilinda proved worth the wait, rallying from last under Jose Ortiz to run down Smiling Causeway and win the $100,000 Christiecat Stakes, the opening-day feature ...
September 07, 2017
The New York Racing Association will continue to offer the NYRA Bets late pick five but on a limited basis at the Belmont Park fall meet.
Highland Sky scratched out of last Monday's Grade 2, $250,000 Bernard Baruch Handicap due to the yielding Saratoga turf course. Though he landed in an allowance race at Belmont on Saturday, the race came up nearly as tough as a graded stakes.
Enticed already has duplicated his mother's achievement by winning his debut by the same 1 3/4-length margin as It's Tricky did seven years ago. His connections can only hope that Enticed continues to follow the blueprint of his mother, who became a ...
The usual names were among the top 10 in the final Saratoga trainer standings, with one notable exception.
September 06, 2017
Pure Sensation, who won Monday's Grade 3, $300,000 Turf Monster at Parx, most likely will train up to the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint on Nov. 4 at Del Mar, trainer Christophe Clement said Wednesday.
Frostmourne, who has not run since a visually impressive performance in winning the Kent Stakes at Delaware Park on July 9, is targeting the Grade 3, $500,000 Hill Prince at Belmont on Oct. 7, trainer Christophe Clement said.
Sporting Chance and Free Drop Billy, separated by a neck in an eventful finish to Monday's Grade 1 Hopeful Stakes at Saratoga, are likely to go their separate ways for their next starts, with the goal being a potential rematch in the Breeders' Cup ...
New York Racing Association vice president of racing Martin Panza has spread the wealth when it comes to the placement of several major stakes at the Belmont fall meet.
July 06, 2017
California racing is an island – at least, that's what we are led to believe – but sometimes the natives screw up their courage and push out to sea, venturing forth past the protective reef to confront the terrors of the great beyond.