Del Mar

YESTERDAY August 01, 2014
Add Polytrack to the list of what Red Outlaw can handle. After winning on Cushion Track, Tapeta, and turf, Red Outlaw added his fourth surface, at his fourth different racetrack, while keeping his perfect record intact with a front-running victory in ...
While the nightcap is fairly puzzling, a couple of races leading into it might make the late pick three appealing, as you can likely take a stand in races 7 and 8, potentially putting a smile on your face as you get a two-day hiatus and crank up for ...
: DRF handicapper Matt Bernier takes a closer look at juveniles running at Del Mar.
DRF Plus graded stakes analysis for the Clement Hirsch at Del Mar by Michael Hammersly.
The first horse who really caught my eye on Saturday’s card is Loufoque in the fourth race. This filly is making her first start off a 9 1/2-month layoff, but she’s been very solid in her first two career starts, and she’ll be getting Lasix for the ...
DRF handicapper Matt Bernier takes a closer look at juveniles running at Del Mar.
Mark Casse was hardly predicting his stable would run wild at Del Mar this summer, winning races left and right. He knew that bringing 40 horses west from places like Louisville and Toronto was an expensive gamble. And he was familiar enough with names ...
Del Mar might eliminate turf sprints and reduce the number of claiming races on the surface for the rest of the summer meeting after a filly was seriously injured in a turf sprint on the troubled course Thursday.
The two-time champion Beholder worked three furlongs in 39.60 seconds on Friday at Del Mar, her first significant exercise since finishing fourth in the Grade 1 Ogden Phipps Stakes at Belmont Park on June 7.
Indy Point, third in the Breeders’ Cup Turf last November, has resumed training in Argentina after being sidelined by a suspensory injury last December, trainer Richard Mandella said.