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Mother of Dragons (No. 6) earned her first stakes win in Saturday's Camilla Urso Stakes at Golden Gate Fields.
Mother of Dragons ($10) maintained her perfect record at Golden Gate Fields on Saturday as she rallied in the stretch to win the $54,650 Camilla Urso.Full Story >>
March 15, 2018
Saturday's $50,000 Camilla Urso Stakes at Golden Gate Fields has been on the radar for some time for Alliford Bay and Cuyathy. Billy Morey will saddle Cuyathy and Blaine Wright sends out Alliford Bay in the six-furlong sprint for fillies and mares, and ...
February 20, 2018
Road to the Derby: El Camino Real Derby analysis
February 19, 2018
Tribal Storm was last out of the gate and the last runner into the lane, but he was first to the finish line in the $60,125 Lost in the Fog on Monday at Golden Gate Fields.
February 17, 2018
Favored Paved ($6.20) made history Saturday at Golden Gate Fields when she became the first filly to win the El Camino Real Derby.
February 14, 2018
Even though the El Camino Real Derby lost its Grade 3 status and had its purse cut in half to $100,000 this year, the race retains significance as an early prep for runners on the Kentucky Derby trail.
February 10, 2018
Consolida ($17.40) was last early as she made her U.S. racing debut in the $51,625 California Oaks at Golden Gate Fields, but the British-bred filly proved her superiority in the stretch as she rallied after getting clear to score an easy victory.
January 20, 2018
Choo Choo ($4) looked like the Little Engine That Could on Saturday with a solid victory in the $100,225 California Derby at Golden Gate Fields.
November 20, 2017
Tom Queally has ridden a Breeders' Cup winner as well as perhaps the 21st century's best horse in the European star Frankel. But he's still looking for his first victory at Golden Gate Fields.
April 27, 2017
Question: Which name in the following list does not belong? Willie Mays, Bill Russell, Joe DiMaggio, Russell Baze. Answer: They all belong, right there in the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.
June 14, 2016
The announcement by Russell Baze this week that he has called it quits at age 57 after a career of 42 years, 53,578 mounts, and 12,842 wins came as a surprise to racing fans who had come to think of him as a natural resource, something that helped ...