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Arrogate breezes at Santa Anita on Feb. 14
Arrogate ‘Just Galloping Along’ In First Work Since Pegasus

Pegasus World Cup champion Arrogate had his first timed workout since his record-setting win on Tuesday morning. The 4-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song breezed a half-mile at Santa Anita in 48.60, going without company under Martin Garcia, according to drf.com. “He got lonely there in the stretch. He was just galloping along,” said trainer Bob […]

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McCraken wins the Sam F. Davis Stakes
McCraken Takes Over First Place In NTRA Top 3-Year-Old Poll

This past weekend the “Road to the Kentucky Derby” biggest race ran through Tampa Bay Downs in Florida resulting in some minor changes in week  three of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) Top 3-Year-Old Poll, which results were released today. Moving up a notch from second to first-place is McCraken (18 first-place votes; 335 […]

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Baffert Out-Bids West Point To Sponsor Smith For Charity Basketball Game

Competition drives the market and it’s no different when it comes to sponsoring a Santa Anita jockey in their annual charity basketball game against HolyAngelsSchool on Feb. 23. According to Nancy Dollase, co-chairman of the event along with Angie Stevens, West Point Thoroughbreds had already put up the minimum $250 to sponsor Mike Smith in […]

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Hugh Bowman celebrates aboard Winx after her 2nd consecutive Cox Plate victory.
Haslett: Arrogate’s Global Challenger Winx Returns To Australian Racing

Now that California Chrome has retired following his defeat in last month’s Pegasus World Cup, Arrogate has proven himself as the world’s best active racehorse. However, the Bob Baffert-trained colt faces strong global competition from Winx, the next-best ranked international horse who returns to Australian racing in the G2 Apollo Stakes this Friday night, starting […]

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Arrogate and jockey Mike Smith win the 2017 Pegasus World Cup Invitational at Gulfstream Park.
Arrogate, Songbird Headline Nominations To $10M Dubai World Cup

Arrogate, officially recognized as the world’s best racehorse of 2016, has been nominated for the Saturday March 25 Dubai World Cup, along with a host of other global stars of racing. The Bob Baffert-trained four-year-old, who was the runaway winner of the Pegasus World Cup, produced his star performance to date when beating the 2016 […]

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Irish War Cry after the Holy Bull
Irish War Cry Vaults To Top Of NTRA Top 3-Year-Old Poll

This past weekend the “Road to the Kentucky Derby” ran through Gulfstream Park, Aqueduct and Santa Anita Park resulting with some shuffling the previous sophomores from their previous berth in the top ten in week two of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) Top 3-Year-Old Poll, which results were released today. Moving right to the […]

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Arrogate cruises home in the Pegasus World Cup
The Friday Show: A Time To Reconsider, Future For Arrogate?

With the inaugural Pegasus World Cup in the rear view, what does the bigger picture look like? In this week’s The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss the event and the race — not to mention the timing of it — plus, where does Pegasus winner Arrogate go from here? Enjoy the latest […]

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Did Arrogate run a much faster Pegasus than what he was credited with?
Gulfstream Officially Lowers Time Of Pegasus World Cup After Review

Gulfstream Park has changed the official finish time of the Grade 1 Pegasus World Cup following an investigation by its official timing company, Trakus. TimeFormUS officially revised the time and speed figure for the race earlier this week after clockers voiced skepticism over the final time. The amended time for Arrogate’s victory is now 1:46.83 […]

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Arrogate cruises home in the Pegasus World Cup
Update: TimeformUS Revises Time, Speed Figure For Pegasus World Cup

After a further review of the running of the Pegasus World Cup, TimeformUS has adjusted its official time for the nine-furlong contest, and in doing so acknowledges Arrogate with setting a new course record. In an update to an article published earlier this week, TimeformUS’s Craig Milkowski said that Arrogate’s time for the Pegasus would be recorded as 1:46.53, which is […]

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Arrogate leads the field into the homestretch in the G1 Pegasus World Cup
Timing Controversy: Did Arrogate Actually Set A Track Record In The Pegasus?

Arrogate’s win in the inaugural Pegasus World Cup was no doubt impressive; the big gray son of Unbridled’s Song crossed the wire geared down to win by 4 3/4 lengths over some of the best dirt horses in training. According to the official Equibase chart, the final time for the 1 1/8-mile contest was 1:47.61, […]

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