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Former Jockey Migliore Joins HRTV’s “Pursuit of the Cup” Show

PRESS RELEASE Former jockey Richard Migliore will join HRTV’s (R) “Pursuit of the Cup, presented by OCD Pellets,” reporting team from Churchill Downs for the upcoming Breeders’ Cup World Championships (Friday, Nov. 5 and Saturday, Nov. 6), beginning this Saturday, October 30.     Migliore will be paired with Jill Byrne, Caton Bredar, and foreign […]

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Post Times, Race Order Set for Both Breeders’ Cup Days

PRESS RELEASE The following is the official race order for the 27th Breeders’ Cup World Championships, to be held Nov. 5, 6 at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky. Friday, November 5 – ALL TIMES EASTERN 1.  Allowance  2:00 pm  2.  Allowance  2:30 pm   3.  Stakes       3:00 pm 4.  Stakes       3:30 […]

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PRICCI: Breeders’ Cup tension beginning to percolate

The 2010 Classic is being touted as the deepest field ever. Whether this is true or not, there certainly seemed to be some disagreement about who should be Horse of the Year during an international conference call. require_once(ABSPATH. ‘/wp-content/blogad.php’); ?> Read more at Horse Race Insider

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PRICCI: My all-time favorite dominant distaffers

After thinking on the subject of his top 10 favorite fillies, John Pricci of Horse Race Insider easily delivered 25. require_once(ABSPATH. ‘/wp-content/blogad.php’); ?> Read more at Horse Race Insider

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Richard Eng’s five long shots to look at for Breeders’ Cup

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Aqueduct casino process ‘doomed from the start’

According to Inspector General Joseph Fisch, it appears the Aqueduct casino bidding process was not completely above board. require_once(ABSPATH. ‘/wp-content/blogad.php’); ?> “The process was doomed from the start, and at each turn, our state leaders abdicated their public duty, failed to impose ethical restraints and focused on political gain at a cost of millions […]

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RACY RACING: Churchill Downs plays the field

By Ray Paulick Ed DeRosa, an editor on the all-male writing staff at Thoroughbred Times, got in touch with his inner feminine self to complain about an advertising campaign undertaken by Churchill Downs that shows, among other things, a young man looking through a pair of binoculars and seeing horses in one lens and a […]

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Zenyatta works seven in 1:27 1/5 over Hollywood Park’s Cushion Track

In her next-to-last work in Southern California before she heads to Kentucky, Zenyatta completed seven furlongs  in 1:27 1/5 Friday morning at Hollywood Park. Exercising over Cushion Track under jockey Mike Smith, the 6-year-old Street Cry mare, who is undefeated in 19 starts, broke off behind Sarbonne, went her opening three furlongs in 38 4/5, […]

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Weekend Stakes: Where to Watch brought to you by West Point Thoroughbreds

Sophomore fillies are in the spotlight at Keeneland in this weekend’s only two graded races in North America. Friday’s feature is the Grade 3 Valley View, run at 1 1/16 miles on the turf, and on Saturday it’s the seven-furlong G2 Raven Run on Polytrack. The Valley View, run in two divisions in 2009, goes […]

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Remington Park Comes Through Again for Breeders’ Cup or Bust Drive

Our friends at Remington Park, who were exceptionally creative and supportive of the first Breeders’ Cup or Bust fundraising drive in 2009, are in the charitable spirit again in 2010, already having raised $10,000 for the Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund on Oklahoma Derby weekend during an appearance by jockey Ron Turcotte of Secretariat fame. […]

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