F. Donald LaPlace, a former jockey and longtime morning line oddsmaker for the New York Racing Association, died Nov. 4 at his home in New York. He was 85. LaPlace was born Jan. 20, 1930 in Brooklyn, NY. At 16, he … Continue reading →
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Barbara Banke’s Stonestreet paid $320,000 for the broodmare Emerald Gal, dam of recent Grade 2 winner Sarah Sis, and spent $260,000 for a weanling colt by Curlin to secure the two top-priced horses of Friday’s fifth session of the Keeneland … Continue reading →
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With no perfect tickets in the Pick Six Thursday, Friday’s program of racing at Del Mar will feature a carryover of $39,886. Post time for the first race Friday will be 12:30 p.m. with the Pick Six carded on the … Continue reading →
Champion Shared Belief on Thursday returned to the track at Golden Gate Fields, jogging leisurely as he prepares to come back from an injury he suffered in April. At approximately 6:20 a.m. Shared Belief set foot on the Golden Gate … Continue reading →
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KEPP’S KORNER is a daily handicapping analysis designed for the simulcast player that focuses on trainer angles and spot plays. Written by handicapping veteran and author Dean Keppler (@keppskorner on Twitter), KEPP’S KORNER provides exclusive analysis for tracks in New … Continue reading →
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Ramsey Farm announced Thursday that Kitten’s Joy’s stud fee will remain at $100,000 for the 2016 breeding season. For the third year in a row, Kitten’s Joy is the Leading Turf Sire in America with such standout runners as Eclipse Award candidate … Continue reading →
Triple Crown and Breeders’ Cup Classic winner American Pharoah, who arrived at Coolmore’s Ashford Stud in Versailles, Ky., on Sunday morning, is expected to stand his initial season for $200,000 live foal, sports business writer Darren Rovell reported Thursday on … Continue reading →
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