Aunt Babe Digs In For Franklin Square Victory

Cutting back in distance and making her fist start since finishing seventh in the East View on January 14, Louis Ferrari’s Aunt Babe rallied late and held off a late charging My Roxy Girl to win the $100,000 Franklin Square 3-year-old New York-bred fillies on Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack. Leaving the gate at odds of […]

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Champion Good Magic Records Solid Final Breeze Before Sophomore Debut

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) winner Good Magic, the champion 2-year-old male of 2017, had an easy half-mile breeze by himself Saturday morning, the final prep for his highly anticipated sophomore debut in the $400,000 Fountain of Youth (G2) March 3 at Gulfstream Park. Owned by e Five Thoroughbred Racing and Stonestreet Stables and trained by Chad Brown, Good Magic […]

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Veterinarian Hebert, Kohll’s Pharmacy Fined, Sentenced In Dermorphin Criminal Case

On Nov. 7, 2017, a federal jury found a Lake Charles veterinarian and a Nebraska pharmacy guilty of conspiring to sell an unapproved opioid drug 40 times more powerful than morphine for the purpose of improving the performance of race horses. Kyle James Hebert, 42, of Lake Charles, La., and Kohll’s Pharmacy & Healthcare Inc. […]

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Lukas Undeterred By Sporting Chance’s Troubled Third In Southwest

Grade 1 winner Sporting Chance has returned to the track to begin preparations for his scheduled start in the $900,000 Rebel Stakes (G2) March 17, Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas said Saturday morning. Sporting Chance, in his 3-year-old and two-turn debut, finished a troubled third in Monday’s $500,000 Southwest Stakes (G3), Oaklawn’s second of four major preps for […]

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Victor Espinoza’s Nephew Scores First Victory Friday At Santa Anita

Apprentice Asa Espinoza, 18, tastes victory for the very first time by winning Friday’s 7th race at Santa Anita aboard the Vladimir Cerin-trained South Texas Lingo.  Born in Arcadia and raised near Mexico City, Espinoza is the nephew of Hall of Fame jockey Victor Espinoza. “I’m so happy,” said Asa, who connected with his seventh […]

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Handicapper De Fin De Semana, Presentado Por Paulick Report En Español, 24/02/2018

El pasado domingo nuestro Handicapper de Fin de Semana estuvo a la altura del compromiso, indicando los últimos ocho ganadores del programa de Santa Anita, incluyendo por supuesto el Pick 6, los dos Pick 4, amén de todos los Pick 3 y Daily Doubles involucrados. Quienes consultaron esta información totalmente gratuita sacaron buen provecho a […]

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Weekend Lineup: Irish War Cry Back In Hal’s Hope

This weekend’s racing action features a pair of Grade 3 events on Saturday, featuring the return of multiple graded stakes winner Irish War Cry in the G3 Hal’s Hope at Gulfstream Park. The Graham Motion trainee will face a tough bunch in the one mile contest, including Malagacy for trainer Todd Pletcher and Economic Model […]

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TCI: Southwest, Risen Star Recaps

With no major Derby prep action this upcoming weekend, Jon and Joel refresh the TCI Top 10 and discuss the current state of the 2018 Kentucky Derby picture and its most promising contenders at this point. They also opine on the Southwest & Risen Star results and the influence of both going forward. Have any […]

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Lone Star Announces 2018 Purse Increase Of Up To 25 Percent On Overnight Races

Lone Star Park has announced an increase in overnight race purses for the 2018 Thoroughbred season which opens April 19. All overnight races will see an increase of $2,000 each in purse money. Some overnight race categories will see as much as a 25% gain in their purses. No race throughout the 44-day season will have […]

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Saturday’s Rainbow 6 Pool At Gulfstream Guaranteed At $2 Million

After going unsolved for the 19th consecutive program Friday, the 20-cent Rainbow 6 will have a guaranteed pool of $2 million for Saturday’s 13-race program. A total of $433,506 was wagered into the Rainbow 6 pool, adding to a carryover of $1,359,959 from Thursday’s card. Multiple tickets with all six winners Friday each returned $2,891.62. The popular multi-race wager was […]

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