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  • Eight-Day Summer Thoroughbred Festival Kicks Off July 6 At Los Alamitos June 26, 2017
    A pair of graded stakes races highlight the 2017 Summer Thoroughbred Festival at Los Alamitos. The eight-day season will begin Thursday, July 6 and continue through Sunday, July 16 with racing conducted on a Thursday-Sunday basis. Post time will be 2 pm. Fillies and mares (3-year-olds & up ) will compete in the meet's most […]
  • Canterybury Park Adjusts September Race Days, Post Times June 26, 2017
    On June 14 the Minnesota Racing Commission approved a request by Canterbury Park officials to amend horse racing dates and post times in September, making the final date of the 67-day season Friday, Sept. 15. Canterbury will add live racing on Thursday, Sept. 14 and drop racing on Saturday, Sept. 16. This request was made […]
  • Karl Barth Doubles Up In Sunday’s Handicapping Contests June 26, 2017
    Karl Barth put together an impressive pair of handicapping tournament victories on Sunday, earning a seat to the 2018 NHC in the featured qualifier of the day and bagging another $5,000 prize in a Pick & Pray contest. Eric Wing of noted that Barth also finished second in a third tournament on Sunday, the Del […]
  • Spendthrift ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ As Lord Nelson Continues Recovering From Laminitis June 26, 2017
    Lord Nelson was forced to miss the 2016 Breeders' Cup Sprint, for which he would have been the heavy favorite, when a cut on his right front leg developed an infection just before the race. Set to enter stud at the beginning of 2017, the Grade 1-winning son of Pulpit was again sidelined when laminitis […]
  • Five Win-Day At Louisiana Downs Earns Richard Eramia Jockey Of The Week Title June 26, 2017
    With more wins than any other North American jockey last week and a five-win race day at Louisiana Downs, Richard Eramia was named Jockey of the Week for June 19-25, 2017. The award is voted on by a panel of experts for riding accomplishments by members of the Jockeys' Guild, the organization which represents more […]
  • Los Alamitos Summer Qualifier Set For July 8, Offers Three Seats To NHC June 26, 2017
    The Los Alamitos Racing Association will offer a cash prize and three seats to the 2018 National Thoroughbred Racing Association National Handicapping Championship in Las Vegas with a live money contest Saturday, July 8. Cost to enter the Los Alamitos Summer Qualifier is $400. Of that amount, $100 will be placed in the contest prize […]
  • Part Two Of American Horse Council’s Economic Impact Survey Now Available Online June 26, 2017
    The American Horse Council Foundation (AHCF) is pleased to announce that the survey link for the update of the economic impact study is now available! Individuals will be able to share this survey with others involved in the industry, as well as post the link on social media to encourage others to take the survey. […]
  • Fasig-Tipton Catalog For 97th Saratoga Sale Now Online June 26, 2017
    Fasig-Tipton has catalogued 227 selected yearlings for its 97th Saratoga Sale, to be held August 7-8 in Saratoga Springs, New York. Sessions will begin each evening at 6:30 p.m in the Humphrey S. Finney Pavilion. “Our consignors have supported us with outstanding quality once again this year,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “Buyers will find […]
  • One Week After Meeting The Queen, Casse Will Try To Win The Queen’s Plate June 26, 2017
    When Mark Casse was at Royal Ascot in 2016, he was supposed to meet Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, but didn't. This time, the Hall of Fame trainer, who will send out two starters in Sunday's Queen's Plate, finally got his wish. In the aftermath of superstar Tepin's triumph in last year's Queen Anne Stakes, […]
  • Trainer Ward Back To Work At Keeneland After Royal Ascot Success June 26, 2017
    Trainer Wesley Ward was at his Keeneland base Monday morning, overseeing his string that soon will include two recent stakes winners at the prestigious Royal Ascot meet in England: King's Stand (G1) winner Lady Aurelia and Sandringham (L) winner Con Te Partiro. The 3-year-old fillies, both by Scat Daddy, are scheduled to arrive in Chicago […]


  • Pat On the Back holds off Gold for the King in Ontario County Stakes June 26, 2017
    Gold for the King was 1-5 in the $50,000 Ontario County Stakes at Finger Lakes on Monday, but Pat On the Back must not have gotten the memo and won a stretch-long battle by a head over the favorite.
  • Pocono: Fields set for the Sun Stakes finals June 26, 2017
    The stars will be out in full brilliance this Saturday night at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono, which is proud to host the $2,169,500 Sun Stakes Saturday card, including a collection of four major races: the $500,000 Ben Franklin Championship for pacing free-for-allers, the $500,000 Earl Beal Championship for 3-year-old trotters, the $500,000 Max […]
  • Northfield: Wednesday 6/28 Analysis + Pick Four Ticket June 26, 2017
    Jeremey Day's analysis of the Wednesday 6/28 card at Northfield Park.
  • Time Warp likely to show the way in Hoi Ha Handicap June 26, 2017
    Time Warp slipped away to an insurmountable lead in the Wyndham Handicap at Happy Valley Racecourse in Hong Kong on June 14, recording his first victory in his eighth start this year.
  • Pletcher has two or three for Mother Goose June 26, 2017
    A field of five or six is in the making for the $250,000 Mother Goose on Saturday at Belmont Park.
  • Talk of partial Lasix ban in N.Y. renewed June 26, 2017
    The New York Gaming Commission on Monday approved a rule formalizing a requirement that third-party veterinarians administer the legal raceday medication furosemide, but only after 10 minutes of discussion over whether the commission should reconsider measures that would restrict the use of the anti-bleeding drug.
  • Lightstream ships in for Princess Rooney June 26, 2017
    Trainer Brian Lynch confirmed Monday that Lightstream would return to the scene of her maiden victory 15 months ago when she ships here as the likely favorite for Saturday's Grade 2, “Win and You're In” Princess Rooney.
  • Hill 'n' Dale buys half-interest in Arrogate dam June 26, 2017
    John G. Sikura’s Hill ‘n’ Dale Farm has acquired a 50 percent interest in Bubbler, the dam of champion Arrogate.
  • Four inducted into Ruidoso Downs Hall of Fame June 26, 2017
    Owner Dutch Masters III, jockey James Lackey, trainer Bubba Werner, and Quarter Horse champion Heartswideopen were inducted into the Ruidoso Downs Hall of Fame on Friday night in New Mexico.
  • Former jockey Burress finding success as trainer June 26, 2017
    Beverly Burress, who closed out her riding career at Louisiana Downs in September 2013, began training last fall and now has a 14-horse stable based in Bossier City, La. She had won four races from 13 starts at the meet through Sunday for a 31 percent strike rate at Louisiana Downs.

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  • F-T Saratoga Offering 12 From Scat Daddy's Last Crop June 26, 2017
    Select yearling sale cataloged five colts and seven fillies that will sell Aug. 7-8 at the Humphrey S. Finney Pavilion in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
  • The Week in Photos 6/27/2017 June 26, 2017
    Diamond Jubilee, Coronation, Commonwealth Cup, Gold Cup, Hardwicke, Queen's Vase, King Edward VII, Ribblesdale, Albany, Hampton Court, Takarazuka Kinen, Affirmed, Precisionist, Ohio Derby, The Chicago Handicap, Bold Ruckus, and more.
  • XBTV Earns Two Telly Awards for its Coverage of Pegasus June 26, 2017
    XBTV, The Stronach Group’s digital horse racing and handicapping network, received three honors at the 38th annual Telly Awards for its coverage of the Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes (G1) which took place Saturday, Jan. 28 at Gulfstream Park.
  • Chanceland Farm Take Top Awards at MHBA Yearling Show June 26, 2017
    Eclipse Award-winning trainer Dale Romans acted as judge for the 83rd annual yearling show
  • Los Alamitos Meet Set to Kick Off July 6 June 26, 2017
    The race meet will feature two graded stakes including the grade II Great Lady M. Stakes which aims to showcase Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint champion Finest City
  • Arrogate Unanimous Top Choice in NTRA Poll June 26, 2017
    The top ranked horses of all ages shows little change in week 22 of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) Top Thoroughbred Poll,  which results were released today.
  • Canterbury Park Tweaks September Race Schedule June 26, 2017
    On June 14 the Minnesota Racing Commission approved a request by Canterbury Park officials to amend horse racing dates and post times in September, making the final date of the 67-day season Friday, Sept. 15.
  • Ward Pleased With Stable's Royal Ascot Performance June 26, 2017
    Trainer Wesley Ward was at his Keeneland base the morning of June 26, overseeing his string that soon will include two recent stakes winners at the Royal Ascot meet in King's Stand (G1) winner Lady Aurelia and Sandringham winner Con Te Partiro.
  • Hill 'n' Dale Acquires Half Interest in Bubbler June 26, 2017
    The dam of champion Arrogate was a $4.7 million buy-back at the Fasig-Tipton November sale last fall.
  • Industry Groups Ask for Change in Parx Oaks Ruling June 26, 2017
    Raising concerns about the sport's integrity and potential long-term impact on future assessments by breeders and buyers, major industry groups are requesting the Pennsylvania regulator change its decision to recognize two winners of the Parx Oaks.


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  • Serengeti Has the Look of Lion June 26, 2017
    John Fort of Peachtree Stable has been around the game of racing long enough to know that things don’t always go according to plan. But with Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert in his corner, nobody would blame the owner for growing accustomed to success as the norm. Most recently, the duo was forced to
  • NYSGC Approves Third-Party Lasix Administration Rule June 26, 2017
    The New York State Gaming Commission unanimously approved a proposal to formalize race-day administration of Lasix by third-party veterinarians during its meeting Monday in Manhattan. Under the rule, recommended by the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium (RMTC) and consistent with model rules of the Association of Racing Commissioners International, Inc., only third-party veterinarians who are
  • Speightstown Colt Debuts With Sharp Score at Delaware June 26, 2017
    8th-DEL, $34,000, Msw, 6-26, 3yo/up, 6f, 1:11.02, ft. +PARADE BLUE (c, 4, Speightstown–Meadow Saffron {SW & GSP, $200,725}, by Military) made the pace and finished full of run in the stretch to graduate on debut at Delaware. Sporting a steady series of breezes going back to the end of March, rounded out by a bullet
  • French Stable and Staff Award Nominations Opened Monday June 26, 2017
    France Galop and Godolphin continued their collaboration on the second edition of the Trophees du Personnel des Courses et de L’Elevage (stable and staff awards), with nominations opening on June 26. The awards, which celebrate the dedication and commitment of the pillars of the industry, the stud and stable staff, celebrate seven different categories, which
  • Waller Expanding to Queensland June 26, 2017
    Champion trainer Chris Waller will expand to Queensland either in Brisbane or at the Gold Coast, pending approval by Racing Queensland, Racing and Sports reported Monday. Paul Shailer, who spent eight years as a foreman for Waller when the expat Kiwi first arrived to Sydney before moving on to try his hand at training, will
  • Noble Mission Colt Grand Champion in Maryland June 26, 2017
    Robert Manfuso and Katharine Voss’s homebred colt by Noble Mission (GB) was named Grand Champion at the 83rd annual Maryland Horse Breeders’ Association Maryland-bred Yearling Show Sunday in Timonium. The show was judged by Eclipse Award-winning trainer Dale Romans. “I was very impressed with the whole event,” said Romans. “It was a lot more stressful
  • Industry Groups Object to Parx Decision June 26, 2017
    The Jockey Club and the International Cataloguing Standards Committee have lodged objections to the decision of the Pennsylvania State Horse Racing Commission to certify two winners of the 2016 Parx Oaks. The racing commission ruled last month (TDN 5/22/17) that both Miss Inclusive (Include) and Eighth Wonder (Pioneerof the Nile) would be listed as winners
  • Hill ‘n’ Dale Purchases Interest in Bubbler June 26, 2017
    John Sikura’s Hill ‘n’ Dale Farm has purchased a 50% interest in Bubbler (Distorted Humor–Grechelle, by Deputy Minister), dam of champion Arrogate (Unbridled’s Song), from the Cleary family’s Clearsky Farm. The 11-year-old mare is currently in foal to Tapit. “Hill ‘n’ Dale has established itself as among the very best in all areas of the
  • Everest In Sight For Caravaggio June 26, 2017
    Coolmore Australia’s Tom Magnier has revealed that the inaugural A$10m The Everest has been a potential target for G1 Commonwealth Cup winner Caravaggio (Scat Daddy) for some time now. Following the 3-year-old’s scintillating display over six furlongs at Ascot last Friday Magnier told Sky Sports Radio, “We took a slot in The Everest. We have
  • Pedigree Insights: Galileo & Scat Daddy June 26, 2017
    The magnificent four-timer by the much-lamented Scat Daddy ensured that the Royal Ascot meeting wasn’t all about Galileo, but the eight-time champion sire still enjoyed a terrific time–in more ways than one. Galileo was directly responsible for a one-two-three in the G1 Prince of Wales’s S., with the teak-tough Highland Reel once again displaying his