Storm The Hill Makes The Grade In Wilshire

With a brisk early pace laying the foundation, Storm the Hill, in her first start for Phil D’Amato rallied from mid-pack to take Santa Anita’s closing day feature on Sunday, the Grade III, $100,000 Wilshire Stakes, by 1 ½ lengths.  Ridden by Rafael Bejarano, the 4-year-old Kentucky-bred daughter of Get Stormy got a mile on turf […]

Continue reading
Ferrer Transported To Hospital As A Precaution After Monmouth Spill

Jockey Jose Ferrer was taken to Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, N.J., for precautionary X-rays after being unseated from his mount, Racinginthestreet, prior to the start of the 11th race Sunday at Monmouth Park. “I sent him to the hospital for precautionary X-rays because he fell hard,” said Dr. Angelo Chinnici, the track’s medical director.  “He was perfectly lucid but had some aches and […]

Continue reading
Apprentice Espinoza Awaiting Driver’s License, Tied For Fifth In Santa Anita Standings

Asa Espinoza is far and away the meet’s leading apprentice rider, and with 21 victories, is tied for fifth overall at Santa Anita Park’s Spring Meet which ends today. Not bad for an 18-year-old kid who doesn’t even have his driver’s license yet. “He’s done really well for a guy who started from scratch here […]

Continue reading
Record-Setting Alpha Centauri Aimed At Breeders’ Cup Mile

Alpha Centauri set a course record at Royal Ascot when she captured the Group 1 Coronation Stakes, and in so doing may have earned a trip to the Breeders’ Cup Mile this fall at Churchill Downs. According to attheraces.com, trainer Jessica Harrington has set a tentative schedule for the remainder of the filly’s 3-year-old season. Probable […]

Continue reading
Warrior’s Club Takes On Chief Cicatriz In Kelly’s Landing

Churchill Downs Racing Club’s Commonwealth Stakes (Grade III) winner Warrior’s Club will face off against impressive Aristides (GIII) winner Chief Cicatriz in Saturday’s $75,000-added Kelly’s Landing Overnight Stakes at Churchill Downs The Kelly’s Landing, which attracted a field of 10 sprinters, is one of three stakes races on Churchill Downs’ 12-race closing day card. The seven-furlong Kelly’s Landing will go […]

Continue reading
Bashford Manor Features Baker’s Dozen; Nine Entered In Debutante

An intriguing field of 13 2-year-olds, led by swift maiden winners Tales of Chaucer, Shanghaied Roo and Toothless Wonder, along with upset Kentucky Juvenile winner Weiland, have been entered in Saturday’s 117th renewal of the $100,000 Bashford Manor (Grade III) – the anchor of a stakes tripleheader that highlights closing day of the 38-day Spring Meet at Churchill Downs. The six-furlong Bashford […]

Continue reading
O’Neill, Prat Clinch Santa Anita Titles

Congratulations are in order for Doug O’Neill and Flavien Prat, as both have clinched titles in their respective categories. O’Neill, who coming into today had saddled by far the most horses of any trainer, 136, through 40 racing days, enjoyed a five-length advantage over both Phil D’Amato and Peter Miller with 31 wins. O’Neill thus […]

Continue reading
Mocito Rojo Upsets Dazzling Gem In Evangeline Mile

Saturday night was another double stakes night at Evangeline Downs and the marquee event on the program was the $100,000 Evangeline Mile, which featured a field of eight. The winner of the Mile was a 10-1 longshot, Mocito Rojo, who has never been defeated in four career starts over the main track at Evangeline Downs. Sir […]

Continue reading
Ramseys Send Out Trio Of Queen’s Plate Contenders

Owner-breeders Ken and Sarah Ramsey, who won the 2016 Queen’s Plate with Sir Dudley Digges, will send out three starters in Sunday’s Gallop for the Guineas. The familiar red and white Ramsey silks are back at Woodbine for the 159th running of the Plate, this time in the form of Boyhood Dream, Marriage Counselor and […]

Continue reading
Potomac Horse Fever And Strangles Confirmed In TN

Potomac Horse Fever has been confirmed in a horse in Davidson County, TN. Caused by a bacteria that is carried by freshwater snails, PHF can causes fever, diarrhea and colic; it can be deadly. It is not transmitted between horses. Strangles was also confirmed in four horses at a private facility in Shelby County, Tenn. […]

Continue reading
Twitter Twitter
Paulick Report on Instagram