Gulfstream Park West’s 10-cent Rainbow 6 returned $75,095.52 Sunday afternoon when 3-1 shot Dancin in the Heat was placed first after the disqualification of unofficial winner Tonite Tonite for interference down the stretch. Tonite Tonite, the 6-5 favorite ridden by … Continue reading →
Are You Kidding Me, patiently steered by Alan Garcia, stamped himself the favourite for Canada’s older horse honours by picking up his third graded stakes win of the meet in Sunday’s co-featured $209,200 Grade 2 Autumn Stakes, at Woodbine. Trained … Continue reading →
There will be a two-day Pick 6 carryover of $84,031 greeting bettors tomorrow when live racing resumes for a special Monday card of live racing at Aqueduct Racetrack. With only one post-time favorite, 3-1 East Bay Lodge in Race 7, … Continue reading →
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Top stayer Red Cadeaux, who was injured during the running of the Melbourne Cup, is “well on the mend” following surgery for that injury and will retire to a farm in Australia, the Racing Post reported Sunday. The veteran gelding … Continue reading →
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A bill in the Michigan Senate could change the way purses are distributed to the state’s two tracks, according to a report by Crain’s Detroit Business. Senate Bill 504 has what supporters call a “breed-specific distribution model,” which means that … Continue reading →
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Spelling Again’s victory in Saturday’s Chilukki (Grade II) was a big addition to what has been a great year for trainer Brad Cox, who has now won four graded stakes since Feb. 21. Saturday’s race was the 35-year-old Louisville native’s … Continue reading →
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Grade 1 winners Private Zone, Palace and Vosburgh runner-up Salutos Amigos lead a group of 27 nominated for the $350,000 Frank De Francis Memorial Dash to be run Saturday, Nov. 14 at Laurel Park. The 24th running of the six-furlong … Continue reading →
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Next Saturday’s 25th running of the $200,000 Mrs. Revere (Grade II) at 1 1/16 miles over Churchill Downs’ Matt Winn Turf Course is likely to attract a full field of 3-year-old fillies, according to the track’s assistant racing secretary and … Continue reading →
In an interview with Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), trainer Doug O’Neill said he was considering only a couple starts before the Kentucky Derby for Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner and likely 2-year-old male champion Nyquist. “We’re able to only maybe … Continue reading →
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Ray Brienza, a harness racing writer and columnist for the Star-Ledger who was inducted into the sport’s Hall of Fame in 2007, died on Friday aged 80 after a long illness, NJ.com reported Sunday. Brienza, a 1957 graduate of Rutgers-Newark, … Continue reading →
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