TODAY March 21, 2018
Actress, who finished second in the Grade 2, $350,000 Azeri last Saturday at Oaklawn, will be considered for the track's Grade 1, $700,000 Apple Blossom Handicap on April 13.
Jockey Kerwin Clark was released from the University Medical Center in New Orleans on Tuesday to his home in the New Orleans area, his agent, Charles Ashy Jr., said Wednesday.
Trainer Todd Pletcher already has taken down the Holy Bull Stakes with Audible and the Rebel Stakes with Magnum Moon, but if he wins a third Kentucky Derby prep race, the $1 million Louisiana Derby at Fair Grounds, Pletcher will be bucking his own history.
Itsinthepost has developed into the leading turf distance horse on the circuit with two stakes wins. There may be a third in Saturday's Grade 2 San Luis Rey Stakes at 1 1/2 miles on turf, provided the weather forecast for rain in coming days does not ...
There are stark contrasts in the career trajectories of Ferguson and Soi Phet, two of the seven runners in Friday's seventh race at Santa Anita.
Jeff Bloom always has wanted to be in the Derby. When he was a jockey, it was his dream. And he got a Derby, all right. It was just a bit north of Louisville in Winnipeg.
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.
It's been a meet to far exceed expectations for trainer Cheryl Winebaugh and her husband, Kenny. The Chicago couple are in their first full winter at Gulfstream and have won nine races from 42 starts, with one win apiece from nine different horses.
As if having the Florida Derby and a massive Rainbow 6 dispersal isn't enough, the March 31 program at Gulfstream Park also could feature the comeback of 2017 Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming.