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Racer paid $17.20 in winning the Nodouble on Saturday at Oaklawn.
Racer pulled one of the most significant upsets in Arkansas-bred racing of the last three years when he handed Weast Hill his first Oaklawn defeat in the $100,000 Nodouble.Full Story >>
TODAY February 25, 2017
Easter Indy won the $100,000 Downthedustyroad Stakes for the second year in a row on Friday, when she stalked the pace, then rolled home by a length at Oaklawn Park. Lady Lake finished second, and it was a nose farther back to Nikki’s Rose in third.
YESTERDAY February 24, 2017
Imahit, a past Oklahoma-bred of the year and an earner of more than $500,000, has been retired, his breeder, owner and trainer, C.R. Trout, said Thursday.
Shotgun Kowboy was a powerful allowance winner between the running of the Razorback Handicap and Southwest on Monday at Oaklawn, and he could be returning to stakes company for his next start, trainer C.R. Trout said Thursday.
Underpressure is quietly building a nice 3-year-old resume. The horse based at Oaklawn has gone 3 for 4 in his career, and became a stakes winner earlier this month in the $100,000 Louisiana Premiere Night Prince at Delta Downs.
There is a wild and wooly card Saturday for you to contemplate with a number of really interesting first-timers.
February 23, 2017
One Liner ran his perfect record to 3 for 3 in this, his stakes debut and first start around two turns in the Southwest Stakes at Oalawn Park. He earned a Beyer Speed Figure equal to that of Classic Empire in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, the fastest ...
Weast Hill on Saturday he will attempt to improve his Oaklawn Park record to 8 for 8 when he runs in the $100,000 Nodouble Stakes for Arkansas-breds.
Mary Rampellini's horses to watch at Oaklawn Park for the week of Feb. 23.
February 22, 2017
Easter Indy will have to overcome a pair of up-and-coming fillies in Dutch Parrot and I Be Jeannie Be on Friday, when she seeks to win the $100,000 Downthedustyroad for the second year in a row at Oaklawn Park.
February 21, 2017
Unbridled Mo has won some of her biggest races on the road and the plan is for the Houston Ladies Classic winner to travel for her next start, trainer Todd Pletcher said Tuesday. The filly based in South Florida is a candidate for the Grade 2, $350,000 ...