Shigeki Kikkawa
Madam Dancealot wins the Grade 2 Santa Ana Stakes earlier this month.
Madam Dancealot, who won the third graded or group stakes of her career in the Grade 2 Santa Ana Stakes at Santa Anita on March 18, may race only in Grade 1 turf races through the spring.Full Story >>
March 21, 2018
Faversham, the highly-regarded 3-year-old brother to the two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome, may start favored in a one-mile maiden race for California-breds in Friday's third race at Santa Anita.
Greyvitos, who underwent knee surgery after winning the Springboard Mile at Remington Park last December, is likely to start in the Grade 3 Lexington Stakes at Keeneland on April 14.
March 20, 2018
Warren B. Williamson, the California-based owner and breeder who raced the top-class but ill-fated mare Nashoba’s Key, died several days ago of natural causes following a recent surgery to repair a fractured hip.
March 19, 2018
Trainer Bob Baffert and jockey Martin Garcia reunite on Thursday at Santa Anita with the 3-year-old colt Zulfikhar, who returns to a sprint but faces a formidable rival in stablemate Ax Man in the day's featured seventh race.
Grade 2 winner Majestic Heat has been retired from racing, and will be bred to champion and record-setting sire Uncle Mo in 2018.
Jockey Rafael Bejarano sustained a broken left wrist after an accident in the final race Sunday at Santa Anita and will be out of action for at least three to four weeks, his agent, Tora Yamaguchi, reported Monday morning.
The graded stakes-winning filly Spectator returned to the races with a game victory in an allowance race on Sunday at Santa Anita and has several options for moving back into stakes company, trainer Phil D'Amato said after the race.
March 18, 2018
Madam Dancealot is one of the smallest horses on the grounds, but she can punch outside her weight class, while carrying top weight, too, as she did on Sunday in the Grade 2, $201,035 Santa Ana Stakes.
Trainer Peter Miller has been suspended seven days, fined $2,500, and placed on probation through October 2019 – when his current license expires – for what Santa Anita stewards, in a ruling issued Sunday, said was because of "derogatory words about a ...
Breakfast with champions. That was the theme at Santa Anita on Sunday morning, as a trio of Eclipse Award winners – West Coast, Roy H, and Unique Bella - worked for upcoming races, with two of them bound for Dubai.