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January 13, 2018
Mo Tom, a major player on the 2016 Kentucky Derby trail, has been retired from racing and will go to stud at Red River Farms.
David was training a handful of horses and breaking some youngsters at the Copper Crowne Training Center in Opelousas, La., when the owner-breeder partnership of John Duvieilh and Earl and Keith Hernandez asked him last summer if he'd like to join ...
Fifty years ago, Burt Bacharach bought his first racehorse, named Battle Royal, for $15,000. That's about how much he was worth, but Bacharach was hard to discourage. One horse led to another – Advance Guard, Crumbs, Nikkis Promise – all of them a ...
It was trainer Danny Gargan's intent to give Divine Miss Grey a break following her Dec. 10 race at Aqueduct. But she ran so well and came out of it even better that Gargan elected to keep going with the 4-year-old filly.
Saturday morning was busy throughout this area for potential Pegasus World Cup starters. Most action was over a sloppy track at Gulfstream Park West, where Gunnevera, Sharp Azteca, and War Story all went five furlongs in their penultimate works for the ...
Noble Indy was much better behaved all around prior to his second start last week, surviving a near race-long battle with Mississippi before edging away at the end.
With two graded turf stakes in the sequence, here is my handicapping analysis and DRF TicketMaker wagering strategy for the late pick five Saturday at Gulfstream – a bet that can be played in 50-cent denominations and has only a 15 percent takeout.
Expect to see Chocolate Coated in a turf stakes for fillies and mares at Santa Anita in coming days.
With the defections of Audible and Sea Foam from Monday's $100,000 Damon Runyon Stakes, the top two choices in the one-turn-mile race for New York-breds figure to be Battle Station and Empire Line, both of whom enter the race with questions to answer.
The horse who interests me most in the Say Florida Sandy is the Hudson winner, OSTROLENKA (#1).