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Juvenile Stakes Headline Tampa Bay Downs’ Cotillion Festival Card Saturday

The most lucrative stakes schedule in Tampa Bay Downs’ history begins Saturday with 2-year-olds of both sexes set to compete in a pair of $100,000, 6-furlong races. The 32nd running of the Inaugural Stakes, for 2-year-old males, is the seventh race on the card and has drawn a field of eight colts and geldings. The […]

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Mo Tom, galloping at Churchill April 16, 2016
Mo Tom Returns To Training, Points For 4-Year-Old Campaign

G M B Racing’s local favorite Mo Tom returned to the Fair Grounds stable area Thursday, and trainer Tom Amoss said that the colt’s New Orleans-based connections will point to a 4-year-old campaign. “He just got in and he’s doing well,” Amoss said. “He spent time at Taylor Made Farm in Kentucky and he looks […]

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Zindaya captures the G2 Goldikova Stakes
Del Mar: Strong East Coast Contingent Invades For G1 Matriarch, Hollywood Derby

The stakes barn was a bustling place Thursday morning as the result of an influx of horses from New York which arrived Tuesday and, having settled in, are all being prepared for the Grade I events on the upcoming closing weekend. Chad Brown, the No. 1 trainer in North America by earnings, with nearly $22.6 […]

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Bar of Gold wins the Empire Distaff
Bar Of Gold Hopes To Shine In G3 Go For Wand

Chester and Mary Broman’s Bar of Gold will be looking to build on an impressive win in headlining a seven-horse field in Saturday’s Grade 3, $250,000 Go for Wand Handicap for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up at one mile at Aqueduct Racetrack. It is the final graded stakes of 2016 on the NYRA circuit. […]

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Inaugural Pegasus World Cup, Florida Derby Headline Gulfstream’s Championship Meet

In the shadow of Pegasus, Gulfstream Park stands poised to make history. When the country’s premier Thoroughbred winter meet opens Saturday, Gulfstream will be the center of the racing universe, offering: · A record $25 million stakes purse disbursement including the record $12 million purse for the world’s richest horse race, the Pegasus World Cup […]

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Mo Town (Uncle Mo) and jockey John Velazquez win the Remsen (Gr II) at Aqueduct
Mo Town ‘Fantastic’ Following Remsen Score

Grade 2 Remsen victor Mo Town has emerged from his winning stakes debut in fine fettle, said trainer Tony Dutrow on Sunday. “He’s super,” Dutrow said. “I really don’t know how he could look much better, he looks fantastic. He ate everything. He’s pushy and a little on the arrogant side this morning, so we’ve […]

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Midnight Storm takes the Native Diver
Midnight Storm Answers Dirt Question With Dominating Native Diver Victory

Alex Venneri and Little Red Feather’s Grade 1 winner on the turf showed that he could also score on the dirt, taking Sunday’s G3 Native Diver Stakes by 7 3/4 lengths in a dominating performance. The 5-year-old son of Pioneerof The Nile covered nine furlongs over a Del Mar surface rated good in 1:51.59 for […]

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Alan Garcia guides Undulated to victory in the $125,000 dollar Swynford Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack.
Undulated Last-To-First In Swynford

M M G Stables’ Undulated rallied last to first under patient handling by Alan Garcia to capture Sunday’s $128,500 Swynford Stakes, a six furlong Tapeta sprint for two-year-olds, at Woodbine. Trained by Cathal Lynch, Undulated was last of five at the top of the lane but closed resolutely into too fast splits set by a […]

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Calumet Farm's Term of Art and jockey Joseph Talamo, right, outleg Vending Machine (Norberto Arroyo, Jr.), left, to win the Grade III, $100,000 Cecil B. DeMille Stakes
Term Of Art Closes For Off-Turf Score In Cecil B. DeMille

Calumet Farm’s Term of Art came from behind the early pace to win Sunday’s Cecil B. DeMille Stakes by 1 1/4 lengths, a race that was taken off the turf course due to inclement weather, losing it’s Grade 3 status, pending review. The juvenile son of Tiznow covered a mile over Del Mar’s main track […]

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Farrell (Malibu Moon) wins the Golden Rod at Churchill Downs on 11.26.2016. Channing Hill up, Wayne Catalano trainer, Coffeepot Stables owners.
Catalano Thinking Oaks With Golden Rod Winner Farrell

Trainer Wayne Catalano believes that he has a legitimate Longines Kentucky Oaks (GI) contender on his hands following a decisive win with Farrell in the Golden Rod (GII) on Saturday, and will likely map out a plan that involves racing her at Fair Grounds. “That’s the plan,” Catalano said. “She’ll probably go to Fair Grounds […]

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