Jockey Flavien Prat can add Group 1-winning owner to his résumé – with a French trotter. Prat, whose family has a background in French Standardbred racing, is the owner of Folelli, who won Sunday's Group 1 Prix Comte Pierre de MontessonFull Story >>
January 26, 2018
Silent Bird, the multiple stakes winner who sustained a sesamoid injury in a workout at Santa Anita on Wednesday, is scheduled to undergo surgery this weekend, trainer Mark Glatt said Friday.
January 24, 2018
Pee Wee Reese will have his next start in the Grade 3 Thunder Road Stakes on Feb. 10 and will not run in Saturday's $200,000 California Cup Turf Classic at Santa Anita.
The multiple stakes winner Silent Bird was undergoing assessment late Wednesday morning after sustaining a leg injury in a workout earlier in the day at Santa Anita.
When Coniah won the Grade 3 Las Cienegas Stakes at Santa Anita last Saturday, the occasion marked career win No. 1,568 for trainer William E. Morey. More importantly, Morey finally had his first graded stakes win, a victory that brought a sense of relief.
Champagne Room, the champion 2-year-old filly of 2016, has been retired and sold privately to Japanese interests, trainer Peter Eurton said Wednesday.
Mokat, a Grade 2 winner that occasionally ranked among the top grass fillies in California, has been retired from racing, trainer Richard Baltas said this week.
January 23, 2018
The most highly anticipated three-furlong workout of the California winter season will take place Saturday at Santa Anita, where Bolt d’Oro is scheduled for his first timed drill of 2018.
January 22, 2018
A standout 3-year-old season that calls to mind comparisons with Arrogate may herald much more to come from West Coast as he makes his 4-year-old debut in Saturday's Pegasus World Cup.
City of Light, the winner of his stakes debut in the Grade 1 Malibu Stakes at Santa Anita on Dec. 26, is likely to have his first start outside of California in the Grade 3 Razorback Handicap at Oaklawn Park on Feb. 19, trainer Michael McCarthy said.
The California Cup program for statebreds here on Saturday has added a $100,000 race for 3-year-old turf sprinters, but two races for 3-year-olds held last year on this day will be run in February instead.