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Tiznow Filly Enstone Dominates Woodbine’s Fury Stakes

East West Stables’ Enstone was rock solid in taking Sunday’s $125,400 Fury Stakes, at Woodbine. Trained by Mark Casse and patiently piloted by Patrick Husbands, Enstone, notching her first stakes score, was making her three-year-old debut in the seven-furlong Tapeta sprint, after finishing second in the Princess Elizabeth Stakes in November to close out her […]

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Ward Trainees Head Kentucky Juvenile Stakes On ‘Thurby’ At Churchill

Trainer Wesley Ward, who beat the boys with the filly Silvertoni in 2016, will send out the filly Happy Like a Fool and Waterford Stable’s McErin as a coupled entry for Thursday’s 24th running of the $100,000 Kentucky Juvenile for 2-year-olds going five furlongs on the main track. The Kentucky Juvenile will go as the […]

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Lukas Donates Thoroughbred Memorabilia Collection To Kentucky Derby Museum

D. Wayne Lukas announced on Sunday that his personal Thoroughbred racing collection from his career in the industry will go to the Museum where it will live from this point forward. The extensive collection includes (4) Kentucky Derby and (4) Kentucky Oaks trophies, Breeders’ Cup trophies, painting of Winning Colors at Keenland by Peter Curling, […]

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Derby Notes, April 30: Battle Of Midway, Sonneteer, Irap Get First Tours Of Churchill

ALWAYS DREAMING/PATCH/TAPWRIT – A pair of Derby-bound colts were out early for exercise and another had a day off Sunday out of the Todd Pletcher barn on a cloudy but mild morning at Churchill Downs. The trio of 3-year-olds — Always Dreaming, Patch and Tapwrit – were the “chosen ones” who had made the cut […]

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Gulfstream Park Adds Jason Blewitt To Broadcast Team

Gulfstream Park announced today that popular handicapper and television host Jason Blewitt will join its broadcast team as co-host and racing analyst beginning Thursday, May 4. Blewitt will add his unique talents alongside handicapper and co-host Ron Nicoletti and paddock and trackside reporter and handicapper Acacia Courtney during Gulfstream’s spring and summer meet, Championship Meet […]

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McLaughlin To Be Honored By New York Racetrack Chaplaincy

On August 16th, 2017, The New York Race Track Chaplaincy will honor Kiaran and Letty McLaughlin at its Annual Brunch which will be held at Saratoga National Golf Club in Saratoga Springs, NY. In attendance will be approximately 150 of many of the top names in thoroughbred racing from New York, Florida, Kentucky, California, and Dubai. The event will […]

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Fan Favorite Page McKenney Earns 18th Victory In Saturday’s Lyman Stakes At Parx

Parx Racing opened its stakes schedule with a pair of stakes for state-breds Saturday afternoon, the $100,000 Lyman Stakes and the $100,000 Foxy JG Stakes. The Lyman for the boys, the Foxy JG for the ladies, both contested at seven furlongs. The Lyman Stakes was won by the amazing Page McKenney. The 7 year-old gelded […]

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The Money Monster Takes Sophomore Stake On Opening Night At Churchill

R.A. Hill Stable and BlackRidge Stables’ The Money Monster surged to the lead at the sixteenth pole and drew off for a 1 ½-length victory in the third running of the $100,000 William Walker for 3-year-olds Saturday before an Opening Night presented by Stella Artois and Old Forester crowd of 20,949. Earlier on the program, […]

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Derby Notes, April 29: Workouts, Arrivals And Departures

Two Grade 1 Kentucky Derby hopefuls worked Saturday morning in the state: Albaugh Family Stables’ J Boys Echo breezed five furlongs in 1:01 after the morning renovation break at Churchill Downs and, 75 miles to the east, Brad Grady’s Girvin worked five furlongs in :59.60 at Keeneland. At Santa Anita, Jerry and Ann Moss’ Gormley […]

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Godolphin’s UAE Derby Winner Thunder Snow Confirmed For Kentucky Derby

Leading 3-year-old colt Thunder Snow will run in the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby, America’s most famous race, at Churchill Downs  on Saturday, May 6. The son of Helmet, trained by Saeed bin Suroor, will remain on dirt following two victories on the surface at Meydan, UAE, earlier this year including a last-gasp success in the […]

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