Wednesday was jog day at Pimlico Race Course for Reddam Racing LLC's Nyquist, who has been on a somewhat unusual training schedule of alternating days of jogging and galloping throughout the Kentucky Derby (G1) winner's unblemished eight-race career. “The morning went great. As planned, we jogged him two miles. I sound like a broken record […]
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“It's supposed to take you a long time to win five races, so that you get experience before you start being a bug rider,” said Ashley Castrenze. The 19-year-old freshly-minted jockey is already almost there; she's ridden five races thus far and was victorious in the first four, finishing third in her fifth start. Yet […]
Kentucky Oaks winner Cathryn Sophia will make her next start in the Grade 1 Acorn Stakes at Belmont Park June 11. The Daily Racing Form reports that the 3-year-old daughter of Street Boss currently is stabled at Monmouth Park, and will be there all summer. Trainer John Servis told the DRF that tentative plans call for Cathryn Sofia to run […]
Danzing Candy, winner of the Grade 2 San Felipe Stakes earlier this year, and who most recently set the pace in the Kentucky Derby before fading to finish 15th, is no longer in the barn of trainer Clifford Sise. The Daily Racing Form reports that the 3-year-old colt by Twirling Candy recently was transferred from Sise to trainer […]
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Cathryn Sophia's emphatic 2 3/4-length victory in the Grade 1 Longines Kentucky Oaks brought into national focus what Maryland Thoroughbred breeders have always thought – that horses foaled and raised in the Free State can compete and win on the national stage. The Maryland racing and breeding industries are both enjoying a resurgence, thanks to […]
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Originally used in human competitive sports, kinesiology tape was introduced to the equine world over five years ago, and has steadily gained credibility in the show ring, on the racetrack and in rehabilitation centers across the nation. The tape has even garnered support from Olympic great Anne Kursinski, who featured an educational post about the […]
For nearly fifty years, the High Hope Steeplechase has held a special place on the Kentucky spring calendar. It stands as one of the state's most beloved traditions. Brimming in history and known as the “sport of kings,” steeplechasing stands as one of the most exciting equestrian competitions, and Lexington, Kentucky has been fortunate to […]
Koji Maeda's Japanese invader Lani took his time out at the Belmont Park main track Wednesday morning, turning in his final breeze ahead of the Grade 1 Preakness on Saturday. Lani, who finished ninth in the Kentucky Derby and is expected to return from Pimlico Race Course to prepare for his start in the Grade […]
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Multiple Group/Graded stakes winner Dandino, who was retired due to a suspensory injury late last fall, has been purchased privately and will stand in Australia. The Racing Post reports that the 9-year-old son of Dansili will stand for a fee of $5,000 (Aust) at Bombora Downs in 2016. Dandino began his career in Britain, and found success […]
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As part of the agenda for its first meeting since last month's reorganization of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, EquiLottery Founder and CEO Brad Cummings presented the backstory and game concept for EquiLottery, a lottery game based on the results of live horse racing, along with Kentucky research and new game elements. This innovative lottery […]
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