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Champion Monomoy Girl Makes Triumphant Return On Churchill Downs Opening Day

Monomoy Girl, North America’s 3-year-old champion filly in 2018, made her triumphant return Saturday at Churchill Downs, winning a one-mile allowance event in Saturday’s fourth race on the delayed opening day of the 26-day Spring Meet in Louisville, Ky. Trained by Brad Cox and ridden by Florent Geroux, Monomoy Girl sat just off the early pace of dueling leaders Fashion Faux Pas and Talk Veuve to Me. She easily […]

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‘Critical Tool In Our COVID-19 Fight’: Free Antibody Tests Offered To NYRA Workers

The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) today announced it has partnered with Northwell Health to secure important COVID-19 antibody testing for NYRA employees and backstretch workers at Belmont Park. “We would like to thank Northwell Health for their commitment to expanding the availability of antibody testing across New York and right here at Belmont […]

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Omaha Beach, Vino Rosso Set To Shuttle For Spendthrift Australia’s Southern Hemisphere Season

Two exciting newcomers will complete the five-stallion 2020 Spendthrift Australia roster, with the announcement of three-time Grade 1-winning son of legendary War Front, Omaha Beach, and dual Grade 1-winning son of Curlin, Vino Rosso winner of the 2019 Breeders’ Cup Classic. Both stallions demonstrated brilliance on the racetrack, are by champion sires, and possess deep female […]

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France: Shaman Steps Up To Win Monday’s Prix D’Harcourt

Rescheduled for more than a month after its initial date of April 5, the Prix d’Harcourt (Gr2) for aged horses over 10 furlongs is the traditional prep race for the Prix Ganay (Gr1), which will take place this year on June 14. Nine runners lined up at Longchamp on Monday for the start of this […]

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Inaugural BloodstockAuction.Com U.S. Catalog Now Online

The first-ever U.S. online auction from Bloodstockauction.com received a tremendous response, with a diverse catalog filled with entries by some of the industry’s most recognizable stallions. This initial group of offerings will close bidding on Tuesday, May 12. Bidding will ramp up as each horse takes its turn to walk into the virtual sales ring, […]

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Hyperfocus Gets Constitution’s Second Crop Off To Fast Start

Repole Stable’s Hyperfocus debuted victoriously Saturday at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla., providing red hot sire Constitution with his first winner from his second foal crop. Trained by Todd Pletcher, Hyperfocus rated behind a hotly contested pace set by Breakthrough and pressed by Peppi in the 4 ½-dash for 2-year-olds. After racing somewhat greenly […]

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Emerald Downs To Begin Racing June 22 With No Fans, Monday-Tuesday Schedule

The Washington Horse Racing Commission on Friday voted to approve a 44-day season for Emerald Downs in Auburn, Wash. Racing was originally scheduled to begin on April 18 but has been delayed because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The new opening day is scheduled for Monday, June 22.  Initially, races will be conducted every Monday […]

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New Ruidoso Announcer Dimoff Tunes Up In Schooling Races

Mike Dimoff, the new race caller at Ruidoso Downs in New Mexico, spent his first day in the track’s announcer’s booth on May 6 calling schooling works races as preparations are under way for the opening day of the 2020 meet on May 22. “It feels very comfortable,” Dimoff said, stepping away from the microphone […]

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California Prohibits Bisphosphonate Use In Any Horse On CHRB Grounds

New California Horse Racing Board Rule 1867.1, which becomes effective July 1, prohibits the administration of bisphosphonates to any horse within a facility regulated by the CHRB and also prohibits any horse from entering the grounds that has been administered the drug within six months. This means that any horse administered bisphosphonates since January 1, […]

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