Turfway Park

TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona analyzes the 2017 Kentucky Derby prep races.Full Story >>
YESTERDAY March 23, 2017
If the value isn't there in the win pool, how is the best way to play Saturday's Spiral Stakes at Turfway Park? For me it's in the pick four, singling Kitten's Cat and spreading in other races.
In addition to his headline horses, Tepin and Classic Empire, trainer Mark Casse is deep with young runners who have earned their turn to shine. One of them is King and His Court, owned by Gary Barber and Adam Wachtel, who runs in the $500,000 Spiral ...
It's been a bit of a journey for Blueridge Traveler who, after a series of troubled trips, finally broke his maiden last time out at Oaklawn Park. Now his travels are taking him to his stakes debut. He shipped this week from Arkansas to Keeneland and ...
Sailing Home outran his 24-1 odds when finishing fourth in his turf debut earlier this month at Gulfstream Park – but the race served a higher purpose. Now the colt returns to Polytrack as the horse to beat Saturday in the $100,000 Rushaway Stakes at ...
On Saturday, in Turfway Park's Grade 3, $100,000 Bourbonette Stakes, trainer Ken McPeek is bringing Awesome Boss and Purely a Dream into the race off last-race efforts on the dirt, although both have at one time raced on the grass.
Parlor and Kitten's Cat are logical win contenders, but I like Soglio in Saturday's Spiral Stakes at Turfway Park.
With temperatures expected in the low 70s and everyone all gussied-up in the big party tent along the homestretch, Saturday will mark a major turning point on the Kentucky racing calendar. The Grade 3, $500,000 Spiral Stakes offers 85 qualifying points ...
March 22, 2017
Kitten's Cat was pegged a lukewarm 4-1 morning-line favorite when a full field of 3-year-olds was drawn Wednesday at the Jack Cincinnati Casino for the Grade 3, $500,000 Spiral Stakes, the annual showcase event at Turfway Park across the Ohio River in ...
Kent Sweezey is coming home. Sweezey has been allotted six stalls at the Trackside training center in Louisville, where he will embark on a solo training career using his home state of Kentucky as his primary base.
Not a single one of the 3-year-olds entered in the Spiral Stakes had blipped the Kentucky Derby radar before this week. Still, a victory in the Turfway Park showcase on Saturday equates to a spot in the Derby starting gate, although most horsemen this ...