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Santa Anita: Riders Gonzalez, Pereira Handed Three-Day Suspensions

Although no inquiries were conducted in either race, the Santa Anita stewards have suspended jockeys Santiago Gonzalez and Tiago Pereira for rides that occurred on Friday, Jan. 22, according to the Daily Racing Form‘s Steve Andersen. Gonzalez is currently in … Continue reading

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Mor Spirit ‘On Schedule’ For Robert B. Lewis With Six Furlong Work

Under a 360-degree cloud cover that obliterated old Sol, leading Triple Crown contender Mor Spirit worked six furlongs on Santa Anita's fast main track Saturday morning in a relatively pedestrian 1:13.60 in preparation for his three-year-old debut in the Grade … Continue reading

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Hunter/Jumper Trainers Sued For Fraud, Breach Of Contract, And Negligent Misrepresentation

Tennessee-based Matt Martin and Florida-based Debi Connor have been named in a lawsuit by plaintiff Lynn Kassem, according to Rate My Horse PRO. The suit claims that hunter/jumper trainer Martin failed “to disclose health and behavior issues of sales horses … Continue reading

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Winner Of First Latin American NHC Qualifier En Route To Vegas

Leandro Tomas of Lima, Peru, is on his way to compete in the world's richest and most prestigious handicapping tournament – next weekend's $2.75 million Daily Racing Form/NTRA National Handicapping Championship (NHC) presented by Racetrack Television Network and Treasure Island … Continue reading

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Original Hollywood Park Stadium Deal With Raiders May Have Benefited Racing

It would have been the first combined NFL stadium and racetrack in the world, but it never happened. Approximately 20 years ago, a deal was proposed to bring an entertainment complex to Southern California that combined the now-defunct Hollywood Park, … Continue reading

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