March 15, 2018
The Latin phrase “inveniam viam” roughly translates to “find a way,” and the Louisiana-bred fillies and mares entered against the horse with the same name as that phrase will find no easy way to beat her in the $60,000 Red Camelia Stakes, the Saturday ...
To Honor and Serve, a Grade 1 winner whose first foals are 4-year-olds of 2018, has been exported to Korea to continue his stud career.
Saturday's Grade 3, $200,000 Jeff Ruby Steaks on Polytrack at Turfway Park makes for a very competitive wagering event.
Unique Bella could soon make the first road trip of her career, having recovered from the cough that interrupted her training and cost her a start in the Grade 1 Santa Margarita Stakes on Saturday at Santa Anita.
Back-to-back stakes victories propelled Pubilius Syrus to the head of the local 3-year-old turf class, at least for the time being. On Saturday at Santa Anita, he faces a formidable rival whose maiden and allowance wins suggest he could be any type.
California-bred fillies and mares race for a $100,000 purse in the Irish O'Brien Stakes on Saturday at Santa Anita. The question: On which course will the race be run?
Blue Prize will be one of the top choices in the Grade 2, $350,000 Azeri on Saturday at Oaklawn.
Untrapped will be looking for clear sailing Saturday when he runs in the $300,000 Essex Handicap at Oaklawn Park.
The field for Saturday's Correction Stakes came up a bit larger than trainer Robert Ribaudo expected, but that may benefit his New York-bred standout Quezon as she makes what is to be her final start.
Greyvitos is not part of some racehorse witness protection program. It only seems that way.