Three years ago at the Gold Coast Turf Club in Queensland, Australia, apprentice jockey Aidan Holt shifted his horse to the inside and initiated a chain reaction which resulted in serious injuries to jockeys Dean Tanti and Dan Griffen. Now, … Continue reading →
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Jockey G.R. Carter Jr., the all-time leading Quarter Horse jockey in both victories and earnings, retired from riding Dec. 19 at Evangeline Downs. According to a report in the Daily Racing Form, Carter's final mount, The Valiant Man, finished fifth in the … Continue reading →
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The Jockey Club and Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation today announced that the seventh Welfare and Safety of the Racehorse Summit will be held Tuesday, June 28, in Lexington, Ky. The summit, which brings together a cross-section of the breeding, racing … Continue reading →
Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack has proposed that it will request a reduction in live racing dates for 2016. According to a report in the Finger Lakes Times, officials with the racetrack will request a 20 percent reduction in dates from the New York … Continue reading →
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Los Alamitos ended its second Winter Thoroughbred meet Sunday with a 2.3% increase in all-sources handle over the inaugural season in 2014. The total all-sources handle for the 12-day meet was $65,710,345 compared to $64,218,080 last year. “We're happy,'' said … Continue reading →
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Horsemen and breeders in Pennsylvania will have unprecedented powers as regulators if legislation recently approved by the state's House of Representatives is, as expected, passed by the Senate and signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf. The legislation, House Bill 941, … Continue reading →
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Juveniles were in the spotlight at Los Alamitos, as the track hosted the last Grade 1 of the season for 2-year-olds with the running of the Futurity on Saturday. Trainer Bob Baffert appears to have two promising colts on his hands … Continue reading →
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The 20-cent Rainbow 6 was solved Sunday at Gulfstream Park for the second time in three days. The popular multi-race wager, which produced a $129,904.18 payoff Friday, was solved for $42,141.74 Sunday by an Xpressbet customer with a ticket costing … Continue reading →
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In what proved to be a very entertaining exchange on Saturday, @ClubHawthorne, Hawthorne Racecourse's official Twitter account, engaged in a conversation with the Twitter account Nunya (@playingponies). It all began with an innocent promotional post by Jim Miller (@HawthorneJim): Track … Continue reading →
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Not only will Laurel Park feature five stakes races when racing returns Saturday, Dec. 26, but there will also be a 10-cent Rainbow 6 carryover of $91,337.21. There was no single, unique winning ticket on the Rainbow 6 Sunday, meaning … Continue reading →
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