Del Mar

YESTERDAY August 29, 2016
Nyquist, the Kentucky Derby winner and champion 2-year-old of 2015, is likely to remain at the San Luis Rey Downs training center until his next scheduled start, the Grade 1, $1 million Pennsylvania Derby at Parx on Sept. 24.
The presence of maiden winners Chasing Aces and Straight Fire – who own the fastest Beyer Speed Figures among 2-year-olds in the country – is expected to keep the Del Mar Futurity field small. As of Monday, only Klimt and Midnight Pleasure were certain ...
With last weekend's conquest of Saratoga still fresh, trainer Bob Baffert was back on the scene at Del Mar on Monday morning, when he worked his three Del Mar Debutante prospects in hopes of knocking off that Grade 1 race on Saturday for the eighth time.
In May, Gold Rush Dancer gave trainer Vann Belvoir his first six-figure stakes win in the $100,450 Silky Sullivan Stakes at Golden Gate Fields. Sunday, Gold Rush Dancer will try to improve what is looking like Belvoir's best year ever with a win in the ...
Three months after her campaign was interrupted by stomach cramps, Makena returns Wednesday at Del Mar with the same lofty goal that her connections had in spring – a Breeders' Cup race in fall at Santa Anita. Trainer Scott Hansen and owner Gary Broad ...
Free: Del Mar horses to watch for week of Aug. 29
August 28, 2016
Belvoir Bay ($17.60) prevailed by 1 1/4 lengths over 7-10 favorite Bellamentary to win her second stakes - the Torrey Pines - at Del Mar on Sunday.
The undefeated Enola Gray was scratched from Sunday’s $100,000 Torrey Pines Stakes at Del Mar because of an illness, trainer Phil D’Amato said.
Masochistic will start in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint at Santa Anita on Nov. 5 with an unbeaten record this year.
Trainer Hector Palma has been fined $3,000 and suspended seven days after one of his starters tested in excess of the permitted level of the tranquilizer acepromazine at Santa Anita in May, according to a ruling issued on Sunday by Del Mar stewards.