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Galilean Romps By Nine Lengths In King Glorious

Heavily-favored Galilean rolled to a nine-length victory in the $100,000 King Glorious Stakes Sunday, the final day of the Winter Thoroughbred meet at Los Alamitos. Able to establish the lead immediately under jockey Flavien Prat, the 2-year-old son of Uncle Mo set moderate early fractions with 7-2 second choice Our Silver Oak in close pursuit, […]

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Blindwillie McTell Graduates In NYSS Great White Way

Jerold Zaro’s homebred Blindwillie McTell turned back all comers with a scintillating performance to graduate while making his stakes debut in the $150,000 New York Stallion Series Great White Way division for juveniles on Sunday at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained by Linda Rice, the bay son of Posse arrived at the six-furlong sprint over a sloppy […]

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Woodbine, Ontario HBPA Announce Four-Year Deal Including $22 Million For Purses, Investment

Woodbine Entertainment and the Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association of Ontario (HBPA) jointly announced on Sunday that they have reached an agreement in principal for a new four-year racing deal which includes an increase of $22 million including guaranteed purses and capital investment in Thoroughbred racing. “Reaching this agreement in principal before the end of […]

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Il Mercato’s Carlos Pellegrini Victory Earns First Berth To 2019 Breeders’ Cup Turf

In a thrilling finish, Ricardo Benedicto’s Stud Rubio B’s 3-year-old Il Mercato (ARG) prevailed by a head at 17-1 over the favored Sixties Song (ARG), with For the Top (ARG), the Argentine Derby (G1) winner, in third, to win Saturday’s $319,394, 1 ½ -mile Gran Premio International Carlos Pellegrini (G1) by a head at San […]

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Nothing To Sneeze At: Certain Horse Breeds More Hypoallergenic Than Others

There’s some good news for people suffering from allergies to horses: Not all horses trigger the same sorts of allergic reactions. German research has found that some equine breeds elicit a stronger allergic reaction in people than others. Researcher Eva Zahradnik from the Ruhr-University Bochum published a study in PLOS ONE on the Bashkir Curly […]

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World Of Trouble Sets New Stakes Record In Florida Sire Stakes

Michael Dubb considers his 3-year-old Florida-bred colt World of Trouble nothing less than a remarkable specimen. But as he prepared to face seven overmatched foes in the $125,000 Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ Association Marion County Florida Sire Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs, Dubb couldn’t help feeling a little queasy about his 1-5 shot. “It’s […]

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Aqueduct’s Sunday Card Features Two-Day Pick 6 Carryover Of $48,374

The Pick 6 sequence went unsolved for a second straight day Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack, resulting in a double carryover of $48,374 heading into Sunday’s card. Saturday’s Pick 6 sequence began in Race 4 with 19-1 longshot Letzgometz (No. 7, $40.20) opening up in the stretch to win by 7 3/4 lengths. Post-time favorite New […]

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Florida-Bred Stakes Winner Well Defined ‘Doing Super,’ Aimed At Mucho Macho Man

Stonehedge homebred stakes winner Well Defined exited his first career off-the-board finish in good order and could launch his sophomore season in the $100,000 Mucho Macho Man Stakes on New Year’s Day. The one-mile Mucho Macho Man kicks off Gulfstream’s series of races for 3-year-olds leading up to the $1 million Florida Derby (G1) March […]

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Applications Now Being Accepted For 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover

Applications are now open for the Retired Racehorse Project’s 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover, presented by Thoroughbred Charities of America! Applications will be accepted through January 15, 2019, and accepted trainers will be announced on February 1, 2019. Now in its fifth year in its current format and at its current location, the Thoroughbred Makeover features competition […]

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Pegasus: Gunnevera Records ‘Very Good’ Second Breeze Since Breeders’ Cup

Margoth’s multiple graded-stakes winner Gunnevera breezed Saturday morning over Gulfstream Park West’s main track as he continues preparations for a planned start in the $9 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) – the richest Thoroughbred race in North America – Jan. 26 at Gulfstream Park. It was the second work for the 4-year-old Gunnevera since […]

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